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HOPALONG CASSIDY AND THE TRAIL TO SEVEN Hardcover – May 1 1992


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  • Hardcover
  • Publisher: Bantam (May 1 1992)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 055308349X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0553083491
  • Product Dimensions: 22.4 x 15 x 2.8 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 612 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #2,017,394 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Hopalong rides into a firestorm of violence and betrayal. On the rain-drenched trail to the lawless town of Seven Pines, Hopalong discovers two men -- one dead, the other badly wounded. Returning with medical help, Hopalong finds the wounded man has been shot through the temple. Who would commit such a murder? To find out, Hopalong hires on at Bob Ronson's Rocking R Ranch. There he learns that more than a thousand cattle have been run off by men keeping one scheming eye on the ranch and the other on the monthly stagecoach shipments of gold. Hopalong is determined to stop those responsible. But even the best gunfighter needs men he can trust to watch his back, men willing to risk their lives to do what's right. With their help, Hopalong fights to save the Rocking R, only to find himself the target of a ruthless gunman in a life-and-death struggle for frontier justice. --This text refers to the Mass Market Paperback edition.

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Louis L'Amour has done it again! "The Trail to Seven Pines:A Hopalong Cassidy Novel", is another L'Amour masterpiece that can be added among his other great works and ranks among the best western novels of all time. L'Amour has successfully portrayed Hopalong Cassidy as the ruff and heroic figure of the Bar 20 that Clarence E. Mulford started. Through his vivid description's, L'Amour makes you feel like you are riding along with Hopalong and the ever-present dangers on the range. While reading,"The Trail to Seven Pines:A Hopalong Cassidy Novel", I also felt like I was sitting around a campfire out in the wilderness somewhere and listening to a master storyteller. Louis L'Amour has mastered the art of storytelling and "The Trail to Seven Pines:A Hopalong Cassidy Novel" is a great example of his mastered skill. From start to finish,"The Trail to Seven Pines:A Hopalong Cassidy Novel" is packed with action and the inevitable, but unpredictable gun battles, that make the Old West so fascinating. L'Amour not only wrote a great work of art, but also uses a style of writing that makes the novel readable by young and old alike. Through this novel L'Amour shows how he can turn a good western into an even better one by throwing a few mysteries into the loop of events. With L'Amour's writing of "The Trail to Seven Pines:A Hopalong Cassidy Novel", he has raised the standards for western writers to see if they can rise to the challenge and surpass the newly set point of quality. Through L'Amour's carefully picked words, he describes the beauty of the terrain and his knowledge of the famed American Cowboy and life on the range.Read more ›
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Format: Mass Market Paperback
well i had to do a school prodject that had to do with reading a book that you liked and could read and stay interested in it. so i talked to my dad about it and he told me to read a Louis LaMaur book. so I picked the Trail to Seven Pines. All though I have only read to the third chapter this has been the best book that I've probley ever read. Because it has a plot like all of the Clint Eastwood movies that are all my favorites. But i am working on finishing the book very soon just because i wont to know what happens in the end.
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By Josh on Jan. 12 2004
Format: Mass Market Paperback
I made the title to my review of the Trail to Seven Pines the Trail of seven days because thats how long it takes to get to the climax of the story. Other than having the longest rising action I have ever read I would say this is a very good book to read. You will really enjoy this book if you like westerns with alot of action. This book is full of action so that way you won't get bored while your reading it. So all in all if you want a good book to read The Trail to Seven Pines is definintly the way to go.
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The young man who had to read a book for school, and his father gave him this L'Mour book, should be taught the time to write a review is not after the 3rd. chapter but only after you finish. After all the reason for a review is to recommend or not recommend, how can you be fair if only partialy done. Anyway I like the story except it seemed to me that Mr.L'Amour was trying to hard to use poetry in his descriptions and I don't think it worked for me, (just my opinion). The story itself was fine.
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