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The Eyes of the Woods

Joseph A. Altsheler

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .The Indian ring that had enclosed the rocky hollow and the black bear had also enclosed an entire pack of wolves. It complicated the situation, but for Wyatt and his band, not for Henry, and once more the spontaneous laugh bubbled up from his throat.

He inferred now that he had not seen all of the Indian force. There were probably other detachments to the west and north that had been drawn in to complete the ring, but he did not care how many they might be. The more they were the greater their troubles. A soft pad, pad in the thicket roused him to the keenest attention. Some larger animal was approaching him, unaware of his presence, the wind blowing in the wrong direction. But the wind came right for Henry and soon he discovered a strong feline odor. He knew that it was a panther, and presently he saw it in the moonlight, yellowish and monstrous, the hugest beast of its kind that he had ever beheld.

But the panther, despite its size and strength, would. . . Read More

Community Reviews

boring childish.

This is the fourth volume of the Young Trailers series. Altsheler was one of my favorite authors when I was young and I am enjoying revisiting his works and reading them in their chronological order, something I was unable to do when I was dependent on the public library. While most of the books in

I’m always happy to read a story of the characters I’ve enjoyed for so many years. However, this one was kind of disappointing - so much of it was a solo Henry. I like it when the crew works together.

Great story of the forest and the animals.

A wonderful story of how it must have been to have lived then and how much danger there must have been but such a great story of the forest and animal world as well as the Indians that were forever around.

Would have been a good read without all of the 'divine intervention' of the 'greater powers' using forest animals to save the main character dozens of times.