Ride the River (The Sacketts)

by Louis L'Amour | Westerns |
ISBN: 0553276832 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
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Journal Entry 2 by wingbookstogivewing at Oakland, California USA on Thursday, April 26, 2012

Released 7 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 today in the mail as a surprise Wishlist RABCK! Thank you!

1988 Bantam paperback of the 1983 Sackett #5, ca. 1850 featuring Echo, daughter of Barnabas. This was on my list of best westerns to read.

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 2020]
1985 Jubal Sackett (Sackett #4, ca. 1625 s. of Barn.) [read 2020]

Edit February 16, 2020: I am finally getting up to this Sackett series, but unfortunately I am only finding time to skim them, so I have to move them along. I love that the author has so meticulously filled in the timeline hole in this very long saga of the Sackett pioneer family. This one is in that very large gap ending in the decades just before the Civil War. I currently have this ranked at #1029 on my ranked list of best-read books lately.

Released 1 mo ago (2/17/2020 UTC) at Little Free Library at 1092 Clarendon Crescent in Oakland, California USA

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