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Max Brand

Book Overview: 

Trailin’! tells the story of Anthony Bard, a young aristocrat from the east with a hunger for adventure, who sees his father murdered in the yard of their home. This starts young Anthony on a trail of vengeance that leads him to the far west. Here, Anthony, a tenderfoot with a knack for survival must track down a legendary outlaw who waits for him, not with a gun, but with a story. Along the way he braves the elements, resists a band of cold-blooded killers and finds love. A classic western revenge plot…..with a twist.

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .perpetual mist, looked over the lake and far away to the white tops of the Little Brothers, now growing blue with shadow.

Finally with a brown forefinger he lifted the brush of moustache on his upper lip, leaned a little, and spat. After that he leaned back with a sigh of content; the brown juice had struck fairly and squarely on the centre of the little stone which for the past two hours he had been endeavouring vainly to hit. The wind had been against him.

All was well. The spindling tops of the second-growth forest pointed against the pale blue of a stainless sky, and through that clear air the blatting of the most distant sheep sounded close, mingled with the light clangour of the bells. But the perfect peace was broken rudely now by the form of a horseman looming black and large against the eastern sky. He trotted his horse down the slope, scattered a group of noisy sheep from side to side before him, and drew rein before th. . . Read More

Community Reviews

That era that has inspired people worldwide and motivated literally thousands of books and movies known as the Wild West, only lasted slightly more that a score of years. Before the dawn of the Twentieth Century, the epoch was fading into the past. Thanks to men as Frederick Schiller Faust (1892-194

One of Brand's Finest!!

A true western, full of revenge, saloon fighting, and of course love. The characters are well fleshed out, to the point the reader can easily visualize each gristled ranch hand in the book!

Max Brand's second novel, published in 1920. A solid Western with a strong plot. Highly readable 123 years after publication. I was fortunate to be able to read a first edition, courtesy of the UC Berkeley Library (off-campus storage).

Thoroughly enjoyed the storyline and the characters created in the book.
A different type of western love story/action western.

A fun, but predictable Western. Loved it, nonetheless. Max Brand is my favorite Western writer.

My first taste of a Max Brand western and it felt good. The story follows a city boy - a tenderfoot - from the east who travels to the wild west in search of his father's killer. There is a lot of action in this one, with some well built characters.
Though it was predictable, I enjoyed the fun ride a

An excellent Western, all the way around. Even the villains were tall and strong with only their personality and personal morality to put them on the wrong side of the trail.

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The maze of parentage really isn't that difficult to navigate, but the twists reminded me of several of

Serious plot with a feel good ending. A touch of humor in the supporting cast. The cowboys. Excellent read.

Serious plot with a feel good ending. A touch of humor in the supporting cast of characters. An excellent read.

Poet of the western era

Exquisite writing !A wonderful understanding of complexe émotion and earthly tragedies.Masterful scences and vivid images of nature. He is my favorite storyteller of all time of the western genre

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