Stilts

Earl Chessher

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Stilts

Stilts No way in hell can a boy survive with his legs shot out from under him Harsh realities dictate that the weak perish while the strong survive and there s no compassion for those who cannot fend for th

  • Title: Stilts
  • Author: Earl Chessher
  • ISBN: 9781311797919
  • Page: 420
  • Format: ebook
  • No way in hell can a boy survive with his legs shot out from under him Harsh realities dictate that the weak perish while the strong survive, and there s no compassion for those who cannot fend for themselves.Life without your legs is a sure sign that you ll die unless you re born with a lot of heart and a will to live long enough to serve your own kind of justice.RandNo way in hell can a boy survive with his legs shot out from under him Harsh realities dictate that the weak perish while the strong survive, and there s no compassion for those who cannot fend for themselves.Life without your legs is a sure sign that you ll die unless you re born with a lot of heart and a will to live long enough to serve your own kind of justice.Randy learns to get along perfectly with his powerful arms and shoulders, and a pair of stubs ending just above his knees But a set of wooden legs designed for him by Father Jeremy, a priest in need of saving, become weapons no outlaw can outshoot A Reader s Choice selection from Writers of the West

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    1. Glenn Hefley on said:

      The period between 1850 and 1900-ish is when most Westerns are set. There are some distinct aspects to the genre, such as cowboys, denim, Colt .45s, ropes, stampedes, rustlers, Indians (usually named by tribe and not a generic reference as city folk back east might use in their newspapers because they don't know any better), and frontiers. There is normally a good guy and a bad guy, and a woman in between them. That's the surface of a Western -- and many of them stay right there on the surface a [...]

    2. Jennifer McArdle on said:

      Let me begin by saying that western novels are not my typical genre. Stilts, by Earl Chessher, is actually the first western novel I've ever read, and I'm glad I did.With only 76 pages, it is a very quick read. I know some people judge a book not only by its cover, but also by its length. For those out there who think a book needs to be thick, think again. Some of the best books I've ever read, this one included, were short and to the point.This one starts out with cold-blooded action and then t [...]

    3. Chris Heinicke on said:

      I have never read a western before, and now that I've read stilts, I would happily read more, especially if they have Earl Chessher as their author. While he's not big on explaining details, his fast paced writing style threw me into the dusty countryside where Stilts resides in his quest to exact vengeance on a band of crooks who killed him.A big twist in the book actually hit me hard while reading it, and I felt like I was riding alongside Stilts as he continued his quest. I can't compare it t [...]

    4. Jada Ryker on said:

      “Western storytelling is more than pistols, knives, horses, and shootouts.”Can a fourteen-year-old boy, his legs shot off by his parents’ murderers, survive the cold desert night surrounded by hungry wolves and coyotes?Earl Chessher reaches into those dark and scary places within all of us, seeking the brilliance of unexpected light.If you like Stilts, you’ll love Mr. Chessher’s Buried Memories, a wonderful Western ghost story. It has heart, soul…and shivers.

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