Dark Canyon

by Louis L'Amour | Westerns |
ISBN: 0553253247 Global Overview for this book
Registered by wingbookstogivewing of Springville, Tennessee USA on 4/26/2012
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Journal Entry 1 by wingbookstogivewing from Springville, Tennessee USA on Thursday, April 26, 2012
This book is available and will be released soon into the wild

Journal Entry 2 by wingbookstogivewing at Oakland, California USA on Thursday, April 26, 2012

Released 8 yrs ago (4/26/2012 UTC) at Oakland, California USA

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Journal Entry 3 by eastbaybookmisr at Oakland, California USA on Thursday, May 03, 2012
"Caught" this in the mail today, as a surprise Wishlist RABCK! Thank you!

1990 Bantam paperback of the 1963 tale. This was on my list of best westerns to read. A sideways Sackett tale, features William Tell, son of Colburn.

I can let this go after I read:
1935 Anything for a Pal (short story) [read 2011]
1940 The Town No Guns Could Tame (short story) [read 2011]
1942 One Last Gun Notch (short story) [read 2010]
1946 Law of the Desert Born (short story) [read 2010]
1947 Death Song of the Sombrero (short story) [read 2010]
1947 The Guns Talk Loud (short story) [read 2010]
1949 Ride, You Tonto Raiders! (novelette) [read 2010]
1950 The Black Rock Coffin Makers (short story) [read 2010]
1950 Desert Death Song (short story) [read 2010]
1950 Westward the Tide [read 2011]
1951 Grub Line Rider (short story) [read 2011]
1951 Riding On (short story) [read 2011]
1951 Trap of Gold (short story) [read 2011]
1951 The Riders of High Rock [read 2012]
1951 The Trail to Seven Pines [read 2013]
1952 The Gift of Cochise (short story) [read 2018]
1953 The Marshal of Painted Rock (short story) [read 2011]
1953 Hondo [read 2012]
1955 Guns of the Timberlands [read 2014]
1956 The Burning Hills [read 2012]
1958 Radigan [read 2012]
1959 Taggart [read 2013]
1974 Sackett's Land (Sackett #1, ca. 1600 England) [read 2018]
1976 To the Far Blue Mountains (Sackett #2, ca. 1620 Barnabas) [read 2019]
1980 The Warrior's Path (Sackett #3, ca. 1625 Kin-Ring, s. of Barn.) [read 2019]
1985 Jubal Sackett (Sackett #4, ca. 1625 s. of Barn.) [read 2020]
1983 Ride the River (Sackett #5, ca. 1850 Echo, dau. of Barn.) [read 2020]
1960 The Daybreakers (Sackett #6, ca. 1870 Tyrel, s. of Colburn) [read 2020]
1962 Lando (Sackett #7, ca. 1874 son of Falcon) [read 2020]
1961 Sackett (Sackett #8, ca. 1875 Tell, Civ. War vet.) [read 2020]
1963 Catlow (mentions Tyrel) [read 2020]

Edit August 14, 2020: I think this was pretty good. I ended up skimming it for time. I currently have this ranked at #1403 on my ranked list of best-read books lately.

Released 1 mo ago (8/14/2020 UTC) at Little Free Library at 6440 Pinehaven Road in Oakland, California USA

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