[ Read ] ➮ Last Stand at Papago Wells Author Louis L'Amour – Sunkgirls.info

[ Read ] ➮ Last Stand at Papago Wells Author Louis L'Amour – Sunkgirls.info It Was The Only Water For Miles In A Vast, Sun Blasted Desert Where Water Meant Survival So Logan Cates Naturally Headed For Papago Wells But He Wasn T The Only One Fleeing The Fierce Churupati And His Apache Warriors, Other Travelers Had Come There Too And When The Apaches Found Them, They Began A Siege As Relentless And Unforgiving As The Barren Land And Just As Inescapable.The Last Thing Cates Wanted Was To Be Responsible For The Lives Of Thirteen Desperate Strangers And A Shipment Of Gold But He Knew That If They Were To Survive, He Was Their Last Chance He Also Knew That Some In The Party Were Willing To Die Or Kill To Get Their Hands On The Money If He Couldn T Get Them To Work Together, It Wouldn T Be The Desert Or Even The Apaches That Would Do Them In It Would Be The Greed Of The Very People He Was Trying To Save.


10 thoughts on “Last Stand at Papago Wells

  1. JD Sutter JD Sutter says:

    Loved revisiting this classic western


  2. Greg Strandberg Greg Strandberg says:

    I liked the idea of several parties riding out and running into their own troubles before running into each other in the desert At that point it becomes a matter of searching for water in the desert and staying away from the Indians, and at times, each other.What I didn t like was that this book is 136 pages but I felt it could have been 75 and told the story just as well For me, I just had trouble keeping track of some of the charac


  3. Frank Kelso Frank Kelso says:

    L Amour always writes a good western The collection of people coming together at Papago Wells allowed readers to see how L Amour let s each one s backstory foreshadow how they d react when pushed hard between the Indians and the lack of food they re pushed hard.


  4. Jon Jon says:

    Louis L Amour was a big part of my childhood and I appreciate him for helping excite me to read and value stories So my four star rating is in large part due to nostalgia Last Stand at Papago Wells is one of my favorites because L Amour deviates slightly from the Western pulp formula There are flashes of very nice pulp writing and some interesting characterization and passages about the landscape and history that seem to push against Western


  5. Eva Eva says:

    Actual rating 4.5 After soaking up the brilliance that is To Tame A Land, the first L Amour novel I ever read, I was a bit leery of reading another of his books though I ve always enjoyed his short stories because I was afraid it would fall short HOWEVER That was not the case I would say that Last Stand is almost as good as TTAL, if not just as good Brilliant story, great c...


  6. Bruce Bruce says:

    I am reading through Louis L Amour s novels in chronological sequence He wrote 92 novels This is my 16th one completed I love L Amour s writing You can tell that he had life experience as a cowboy But this one was not one of my favorite It was a very different plot and style, which was refreshing, but he had too many characters with too much going on and too few pages to make...


  7. Brynna Brynna says:

    Louis L Amour, like Brian Jacques and P G Wodehouse, tends to tell the same story over and over again, with several stock convolutions This tends to bother some people I think it would bother me, if it weren t for the fact that the one story ...


  8. Fredrick Danysh Fredrick Danysh says:

    Several groups of people of people, including hostile Apaches, converge on Papago Wells In the Arizona dessert Soon the whites are fighting among themselves as well as with the Apache As bodies start t...


  9. Allen Allen says:

    Very enjoyable Disparate groups of travelers meet at a waterhole, pursued by Apaches The character of each of the defenders is tried to the limit as they learn that the deadliest enemies are each other.


  10. Theresa Theresa says:

    One of the best Louis L Amours that I ve read in a long time He may be old school but this is fiction that s easy to read, doesn t cause nightmares, and will make you grateful for this country we live in.


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