Tuesday, July 8, 2014

The No GunMan-Audio Book by L. Ron Hubbard from #galaxypress....

This is what I received in the mail for the reviewing from #galaxypress. There are 2 cd's enclosed to listen to, with some print information.
Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial  

I just got finished listening to a great audio book from #galaxypress. The book is a western audio book by L. Ron Hubbard, called The No Gun Man.

I was given the chance to review this as part of the #NationalDayoftheCowboy, that comes up this July 27th.

If you are a western fan, then you will enjoy this audio book immensely. It is recommended that you have a great imagination.

The reason for the great imagination is that as you are listening to this book, as with most books, your mind gets into the story, and starts picturing the characters, and the situations as the story rolls along.

The thing that I can equate this to in the modern age would be watching a John Wayne movie.

This is a multi-cast reading of this book. The story opens with a bump induced ride back the the western town of Superstition. In the coach is the man who is on loan from the army to be the magistrate of the town, and then hand the reigns over once the law is established to the civil authorities.

But this man has no idea what is to come. The man that is escorting him is going back to the town to sell the mine that belongs to his family, and take his brother out of the town to get him away from the unsavory elements. But the brother has other ideas, once the coach arrives to town.

Chaos ensues, and it all goes to hell in a hand basket from there to a point. There is mystery, and intrigue all along the way, so be prepared.

As mentioned before if you are a diehard western fan, you will enjoy this audio book, and look forward to the other titles in the series.

Thank You to Galaxy Press for allowing me to participate in this  review, I really did enjoy this title, and I know you will too...

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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