Jan 19, 2022

The Lone Ranger Rides

The Lone Ranger Rides By {author, [PDF] The Lone Ranger Rides | by ☆ Fran Striker [PDF] The Lone Ranger Rides | by ☆ Fran Striker - The Lone Ranger Rides, The Lone Ranger Rides In a remote basin in the western part of Texas the Cavendish clan raised cattle From the vast level acreage where longhorns grew fat on lush grass the surrounding hills looked verdant and hospitabl

  • Title: The Lone Ranger Rides
  • Author: Fran Striker
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 380
  • Format: Hardcover

[PDF] The Lone Ranger Rides | by ☆ Fran Striker, The Lone Ranger Rides, Fran Striker, The Lone Ranger Rides In a remote basin in the western part of Texas the Cavendish clan raised cattle From the vast level acreage where longhorns grew fat on lush grass the surrounding hills looked verdant and hospitable but this was pure deceit on Nature s part Those hills were treacherous and Bryant Cavendish loved them for that selfsame treachery Sitting on the porch of his ramblingIn a rem

The Lone Ranger Rides

[PDF] The Lone Ranger Rides | by ☆ Fran Striker [PDF] The Lone Ranger Rides | by ☆ Fran Striker - The Lone Ranger Rides, The Lone Ranger Rides In a remote basin in the western part of Texas the Cavendish clan raised cattle From the vast level acreage where longhorns grew fat on lush grass the surrounding hills looked verdant and hospitabl The Lone Ranger Rides

  • [PDF] The Lone Ranger Rides | by ☆ Fran Striker
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The Lone Ranger Rides

579 thought on “The Lone Ranger Rides

  1. I like to read the old stuff I always had a soft spot for the Lone Ranger and have never read the 1st novels The origin half was just fun to read I think Silver came from another world and I think Tonto wanted the Lone Ranger to exist to than the wounded ranger did the bullets pre made Of all the things the recent movies added was the mask being made from the bullet holes from brother s vest Then it became a Scooby do mystery and the bad guy would of got away with it, if not for that meddling m [...]


  2. I m a fan of origin stories, particularly when the basic character elements are in place, just waiting to be fleshed out and refined into the tales we grew to love What I m seeing about The Lone Ranger Rides indicates that the novel is what we d now call a Tie In, produced after the radio show, not identical to show connect, but related The writing is pretty typically Western with dusty pardners and cowpokes, dandified weaklings, a spunky ranch boss daughter, and horses that are smarter than sev [...]


  3. This is a fun version of the Lone Ranger It was written during the early years of the radio show After reading it, I think this was aimed at the dads of the kids listening to the show It was a very good read and I am glad I read it.Really nothing to say just a good Lone Ranger Story I wish there were Lone Ranger Books.


  4. This was a good story, and it moved quickly, with lots of action and imaginative writing I especially enjoyed the background chapters to the origins of Tonto, Silver, and The Lone Ranger What you think you know about their origins will surprise and enlighten you and explain a lot of questions you may have had.


  5. Book RANGER PENYENDIRI Judul Asli THE LONE RANGER RIDESCopyright by Fran Striker, 1941Penerbit Gradien MediatamaAlih Bahasa Yuditha HardiniEditor angtekkhunLay out TechnoDesain Sampul angtekkhunFoto iStockphotoCetakan I Maret 2013 288 hlmRate 4 of 5Di bagian barat Texas, sebuah lembah terpencil dengan padang rumput yang luas, tersembunyi di balik ngarai yang curam dan sempit, terdapat sebuah peternakan yang cukup luas Sang pemilik adalah Bryant Cavendish satu satunya keturunan Cavendish yang mas [...]


  6. This book was written in 1941 It started out pretty good, then gradually declined I was a little bit disappointed Everything seemed to fall into place for the Lone Ranger, of course plus he just kind of snuck around and spied a lot The good thing is, is that he doesn t shoot to kill He just maims the enemies and turns them in and what not This was a decent book though, and I d recommend it for most ages I m looking forward to seeing the new movie with Johnny Depp when it comes out I didn t know [...]


  7. There were a few things that seemed unexplained maybe I just missed them like how Tonto came to show up on the scene at such an opportune moment, and how he managed to get silver bullets made, even if the source of the silver is known The reasoning for the mask also seemed a bit weak But the story was OK and the character of the Lone Ranger was kind of interesting his aversion to killing and ability to accomplish his goals without seeming to have superhero powers or anything I m trying to decide [...]


  8. Okay, so the book I actually read was called The Lone Ranger and the Black Shirt Highwayman which was a better little book that belonged to my great uncle Unfortunately, does not seem to have that one in its database, so in order to get credit for my goal of 100 books this year, I m pretending that this is the book I read The book was read for the experience of it rather than a desire to read the actually story, but it was kinda fun The way Tonto is written is completely disturbing, since he is [...]


  9. I never knew the Lone Ranger was based on a series of pulp novels It was cool to find this one in Project Gutenberg s site and give it a read Pretty much in the mold of Burroughs and contemporaries Took me back to my childhood during the early 80 s when my brother had some 1970 s Lone Ranger figures and a movie version came out, which I d watch on Betamax probably much suckier than I remember There was also a Filmation cartoon if memory serves, but I digressThis ain t True Grit or Lonesome Dove [...]


  10. Buku ini berisikan asal mula Lone Ranger dimana juga menceritakan bagaimana ia berusaha mengungkap siapa pembunuh teman teman texas ranger lainnya, ceritanya sendiri penuh dengan intrik di dalamnya dan gaya khas wild west yg menurut saya sangat menarik Buku yg menarik untuk dibaca sebagai intermezzo dari buku buku bacaan yg saat ini sangat mainstream Selain itu font di buku ini lumayan enak dimata sehingga membaca lama mata tidak terlalu lelah.Format Bahasa IndonesiaFormat Buku Softcopy


  11. This book could confuse non Lone Ranger fans since it deals with the Lone Rangers origins and it s not the orthodox Ranger origin story put forth by the old T.V show, and by the iconic Clayton Moore As for fans who know the story, y all may have some fun, or just annoyed by the inconstancy of it But some great insight of Fran Strikers evolution of this character and back story Not a bad read at all.


  12. This was a fun book to read It took me back to the old TV series which I could vividly picture The language was easy to follow and created a vision of the characters that I could relate to in all the old westerns This is a free book on Kindle Anyone who remembers the old westerns and wants a little nostalgia would love this book.


  13. I picked this up in anticipation of Disney s new Lone Ranger movie coming out this weekend The book started off great, but then focused too much on boring secondary characters After a couple of chapters, it also started to feel like a YA novel and not the gritty type of Western I prefer I gave up on it several chapters in.


  14. Every character has a beginning, an origin This is a fantastic retelling of the origin of The Lone Ranger It is based on the radio broadcast origin and has reworking of parts of it for written prose format rather than radio play script It is a fine work to be read by those interested in the seminal origin of the character.


  15. Interesting.The story of the Lone Ranger, as written by the guy who created him The Lone Ranger s origin plays out a bit differently than it did on radio, and some of the the things that are pretty much canon aren t present There s no mention of the Lone Ranger s brother, there s a Cavendish Family, none of whom are named Butch Still much better than the recent reinterpretations.


  16. This book started out with a flourish ala Louis L Amour but then gradually bit the dust Improbable, tacky, stereotypical and too many holes in the plot probably caused by a barrage of silver bullets.


  17. Oh my, not bad writing but so not my style of book I would never say to someone, go read The Lone Ranger.


  18. 1941 novelization of the origin story More bloody violence and cussing that I expected I wonder what Bass Reeves would have thought .



  19. I have to say, I ve always had a soft spot for the Lone Ranger Really enjoyed this quick read, with just a few changes from the radio tv origins to keep it fresh




  20. This was my first western and I have to say it wasn t bad at all I listened to it as a audiobook which really made the story come alive and I found myself really enjoying it.


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