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by Max Brand

  • Author: Max Brand
  • ISBN: 0816167478
  • ISBN13: 978-0816167470
  • ePub: 1480 kb | FB2: 1511 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Classics
  • Publisher: G. K. Hall (1979)
  • Pages: 405
  • Rating: 4.4/5
  • Votes: 749
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Way of the lawless ePub download

Previous ed. published under title: Free Range. Chapter 1. Beside the rear window of the blacksmith shop Jasper Lanning held hiswithered arms folded against his chest.

Previous ed. With the dispassionate eye andthe aching heart of an artist he said to himself that his life work wasa failure. That life work was the young fellow who swung the sledge atthe forge, and truly it was a strange product for this ran with his slant Oriental eyes and his narrow beard of white

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Home Max Brand Way of the Lawless. Way of the lawless, . 5. The sign was never wanting for morethan three steps at a time, and Hal Dozier, reading skillfully, watchedthe decreasing distance between heel indentations, a sure sign that thefugitive was growing weak from the loss of the blood that spotted thetrail. Straight on to the doorstep of Pop's cabin went the trail.

Way of the Lawless book. Max Brand, one of America's most popular and prolific novelists and author of such enduring works as Destry Rides Again and the Doctor Kildare stories, died on the Italian front in 1944. Mor. rivia About Way of the Lawless. thousand of Hal's getting away.

WAY OF THE LAWLESS is a classic western adventure tale by master storyteller Max Brand

WAY OF THE LAWLESS is a classic western adventure tale by master storyteller Max Brand. This was my first Max Brand book, and I had no idea what to expect or even what the book was about when I picked it up. I'm so glad I did! Way of the Lawless is a Western which kept me up way past my bedtime - it's so riveting I had a hard time finding a good stopping place. The characters are well developed, even the minor ones. The story is well-written and moves along at a fast clip. The ending - well, I usually have a book completely figured out halfway through, but the ending caught me completely off guard.

Young Andrew Lanning made one mistake in the beginning, and now the most feared lawman in the mountain desert, Hal Dozier, is on his trail and will stop at nothing to bring the outlaw Lanning to justice. But is Andrew guilty of all the things he is being accused of? There is one, a pretty young girl, who doesn't believe all she hears about him. Again, Max Brand shows us why he is the master of the pulp western. Introduction by Richard Kilmer).

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Max Brand is the best-known pen name of Frederick Faust, who was born in Seattle, Washington in 1882, 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. Even after his death, new books based on magazine serials, unpublished manuscripts, or restored versions continue to appear so that he has averaged a new book every four months for seventy-five years. Previous ed.

You bother me. I want a little silence and a chance to think things out. There's something wrong in the way I've been living.

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Though I almost never read westerns, over the past half year I’ve indulged in several old pulp westerns. Max Brand was a name I recognized from my early teens, when I still read a few westerns, so I decided to read The Way of the Lawless. It tells the story of a decent young man, Andrew, who through a couple of unlucky breaks, is forced into the life of a desperado. He falls in love with a woman at first sight, actually manages to speak to her, and since this is a pulp story, she reciprocates his feelings for her. The brother of the man Andrew killed is relentless in pursuit, which makes it difficult for him to settle somewhere peacefully to start a new life. The ending is odd, and comes as an amusing surprise. A fun story, though I don’t think Brand rates well against Louis L’amour or Zane Grey, and certainly not Bret Harte.
Gri
This was my first Max Brand book, and I had no idea what to expect or even what the book was about when I picked it up. I'm so glad I did! Way of the Lawless is a Western which kept me up way past my bedtime - it's so riveting I had a hard time finding a good stopping place. The characters are well developed, even the minor ones. The story is well-written and moves along at a fast clip. The ending - well, I usually have a book completely figured out halfway through, but the ending caught me completely off guard. Adventure, (clean) romance, humor, personal reflection, this book has it all. I can't wait to read more of Max Brand's books.
Kefym
Ended in mid-air, nothing resolved. Hard to believe even that this copy is complete it ends so suddenly !? Don't know where the girl is. Don't know how - or if - she found out about the scheming of her fiance. Don't know when or where the outlaws will try to kill the hero. Don't know what happened to the hero's uncle. Don't know what happened to the loot from the last job. Don't know the story of the mysterious old man who knows more than he has told but promised to tell the rest 'someday'. Don't know how - or if - the hero can escape his outlaw title and live free again. Wish I had never started it.
Samulkis
I loved this book!! Couldn't put it down! I love these books set in history. I love to read the details of how people lived and survived. This author does an excellent job of transporting you right into the lives of the characters. I take my love of westerners from my dad. :) he always loved a good western. I depend greatly on reviews that are posted on Amazon. Even when I am left purchasing an item elsewhere, I read what the reviewers here have to say. I want to assist others by providing reviews that give detailed personal experience about the products that I buy on Amazon.
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Kefrannan
Max Brand has written another true winner. This boy was a great read. The fact that the storyteller leads us through the trials and tribulations of maturity development demonstrates that Right of Passage that all of us go through. It may not be as dramatic as what this storyteller writes, but all of us have an experience that we can look back on and say "this is the time frame that we went through in our transformation from youth to adult". In my role as a Youth Leader, I see this manifested constantly. In my role as an Adult Leader, I see this occurring regularly, and the Program I am a part of uses the Outdoors to create this opportunity. Much like the author, so like the Adult Volunteers, we are one in our Goal to create those opportunities.
Hra
This was the first Max Brand book that I've read, and I enjoyed it. I've read a lot of Louis Labour westerns, and a few Zane Gray, and a few other western writers. I've enjoyed the Louis Labour western the most and I usually find, when I read other western authors, that I miss Louis Lamour's writing. I didn't miss Louis as I enjoyed this story. Max Brand is a capable writer who entertains, and educates. This was a good tale with believable characters, good dialogue, and plenty of action.
Fecage
Max Brand wrote variety into his books. Characters are different, have different points of view, different actions and ways of expressing themselves -- but all of them captivate the reader, and this book does the same. I love the guy and wish he had lived to be 100. Anything that has his name on it is well worth reading. pay attention and you will learn lots about the wild, wild West!
I found that the book was very compelling and intriguing. It was also very hard to put down when I first started reading this great book. I feel this way because the book had a very quick start and was quick to action. I only had one real flaw that I found within the book and that was a very minor small spot that got rather boring and a little bit slow. But I decided for the sake of a great start to a book that i would finish the book and I am mow very happy that I did! I would recommend this book to anybody willingly!
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