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Riders of the Purple Sage, Lone Star Ranger, Last Trail (Annotated)

Written by: Zane Grey
Length: 29 hrs and 19 mins
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This audiobook collection includes three Zane Grey classics: 

  • Riders of the Purple Sage
  • The Lone Star Ranger
  • The Last Trail
Public Domain (P)2018 Classic Collections

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  • Chuck Merken
  • 2018-06-29

Great story Superb Narrators

Excellent story line, very accurate for the time and place...absolutely great narration. The description of the terrain just makes you picture the locations in your mind as you are reading. The way the characters are described is unmatched...

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  • Mr Wizard
  • 2019-10-07

I LOVE this story

I've been a fan of this story since the movie with Ed Harris and Amy Madigan was made. The power of a "Right vs Wrong" story is profoundly appealing. Everybody loves to see the bad guy get what he so desperately deserves to get. So buying this book was a no brainer. Especially since there were two additional stories attached to the book. Immediately after purchasing this book I downloaded it and began listening to it. Never have I run across a story where the narrator was SO instrumental as to whether or not the book was listenable to. I didn't last five minutes, and was back on Audible exchanging this book for the version narrated by Tim Danko.

I can kinda understand why a female narrator was chosen for this book, as one of the two main characters is a female. But this was a mistake in my opinion. The other of the two main characters Is male, and his role was, by far, the bigger of the two parts. They should have used a male narrator from the beginning. And not only was the choice of a female for a narratora mistake, but this woman's voice is enough to tempt one to suicide. Not a good choice for a profoundly dramatic Western.

I tried 6 or 8 different versions of this audible book, and Tim Danko is, by far, my favorite of all the narrator's that have done this book. As well as liking Tim the best, his version also includes an additional half-hour length over the other versions. So if you are thinking about buying this book, go listen to the one done by Tim Danko first. I don't think you will regret having done so. If you have already bought this book, and are as dissatisfied as I was with the female narrator, then I suggest again that you go look that versionthe up, and give it a try.

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