Those who See in the Dark. The Song of the Untamed.
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Home Max Brand The Untamed. Other author's books: The Garden of Eden. Riders of the Silences. Chapter XXX. "The manhandling". It was close to sunset time when they reached the old Salton place,where they found Silent sitting on the porch with Haines, Kilduff,Jordan, and Rhinehart. They stood up at sight of the newcomers andshouted a welcome.
In the book the untamed by Max Brand, the classic western novel was an enjoyable read, which kept you going till .
In the book the untamed by Max Brand, the classic western novel was an enjoyable read, which kept you going till the end with trouble and mishaps. The description was put in the right spot, and the imagery of the landscape was great, which was better than other westerns, but lacked intensity. Brand stripped away realism and romance in The Untamed and left pure mythwith even a touch Max Brand burst on the scene with this striking novel less than two decades after Wister’s The Virginian and just as Zane Grey was topping the bestseller lists. In those three writers one can trace the evolution of western storytelling from history into myth.
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Whistlin' Dan Berry is one of the most interesting characters in Western fiction. With uncanny abilities he controls a wild stallion, appropriately named Satan, and a ferocious wolf dog, Black Bart. Easy going, Berry proves absolutely unforgiving when physically assaulted by a feared, vicious outlaw, Jim Silent. The is the first book in the "Whistlin Dan" series. Introduction by rkilmer).
LibriVox recording of The Untamed, by Max Brand. Read by Richard Kilmer. The reading by Richard Kilmer conjures the spirit of the Wild West, which makes this book excellent company whilst driving the M60 (that's a Mancunian joke). TheBookworm (Manchester, UK). 73,373 Views.
Max Brand is the best-known pen name of Frederick Faust, who was born in Seattle, Washington in 1982, and orphaned early. Faust grew up in the rural San Joaquin Valley of California. At the University of California, Berkeley, he became a student rebel and a one-man literary movement, contributing to campus publications. Faust's first novel The Untamed (1918) was a success and introduced a semimythical character, Whistlin' Dan Barry, who travels the West following the wild geese, accompanied by a black wolf. His characters, who often have a mythic quality, are memorable, and his books are always entertaining.