Streets Of Laredo: A Novel (Lonesome Dove Book 2)

↠ Streets Of Laredo: A Novel (Lonesome Dove Book 2) ↠ Larry McMurtry, Streets Of Laredo: A Novel (Lonesome Dove Book 2), Larry McMurtry, Streets Of Laredo A Novel Lonesome Dove Book From the Pulitzer Prizewinning author Larry McMurtry comes the final book in the Lonesome Dove tetralogyan exhilarating tale of legend and heroism Streets of Laredo is classic Texas and Western literature at its finest Captain Woodrow Call August McCraes old partner is now a bounty hunter hired to track down a brutal young Mexican bandit, ↠ Streets Of Laredo: A Novel (Lonesome Dove Book 2) ↠ Larry McMurtry - Streets Of Laredo: A Novel (Lonesome Dove Book 2), Streets Of Laredo A Novel Lonesome Dove Book From the Pulitzer Prizewinning author Larry McMurtry comes the final book in the Lonesome Dove tetralogyan exhilarating tale of legend and heroism Streets of Laredo is classic Texas and Wester

  • Publisher‏:‎ Simon & Schuster (May 24, 2010)
  • Publication date‏:‎ May 24, 2010
  • Language‏:‎ English
  • File size‏:‎ 1761 KB
  • Text-to-Speech‏:‎ Enabled
  • Screen Reader‏:‎ Supported
  • Enhanced typesetting‏:‎ Enabled
  • X-Ray‏:‎ Not Enabled
  • Word Wise‏:‎ Enabled
  • Print length‏:‎ 513 pages
  • Lending‏:‎ Not Enabled

Streets Of Laredo: A Novel (Lonesome Dove Book 2)

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  1. Since just about ain t nobody don t like Lonesome Dove, it s pretty dern sure yer all gonna like this one here too With Gus and so many others gone the Captain s got to go it alone, hard times and hard living comes a calling, well I dern sure ain t gonna tell ya what happens but I d bet my spurs you ll be turning these pages faster n a horse thief running away from the law Gots a lot to tell bout the lives of the ladies too and the heap of hard troubles they gotta face No mercy here readers, you [...]


  2. Anyone who read Lonesome Dove knows that McMurtry doesn t always paint the prettiest picture of the Old West For every drop of romance or beauty, you get two drops or hardship or downright horror The sequel, Streets of Laredo, doubles or even triples down on this Despite the heartbreak, Lonesome Dove is one of my favorite novels Streets of Laredo is a very worthy sequel That said, there were times reading it, where I felt that it edged toward nihilism and a level of brutality that was unrealisti [...]


  3. This is called book 2, but it s the third of the Lonesome Dove trilogy McMurtry wrote a brilliant story, and this finishes the tale of Woodrow Call I was greatly moved by his epic story of the ending of the west, as civilization is beginning to push into the barren areas of the state I highly recommend it, along with the other three A fantastic story.


  4. I read Lonesome Dove twice The first time I got dewy eyed when Gus died This book follows the same basic plot outline with incorrigible villains and taciturn, matter of fact heroes But I wonder why the author chose to kill the most interesting character in Dove Gus McCrae and leave us with the monosyllabic Captain Call Gus was a philosopher, a poet, a frontier intellectual whose ruminations and quips made for great reading whereas Call is simply a story of an old man discovering the limits of hi [...]


  5. So, did Mr Call did finally relent and learn how to hone down his Rangering weaponry into plow shares It looks like he had no choice He certainly is a craftsman at sharpening surfaces that are supposed to be sharp But, then everybody in this book showed some age And, Evil died And, some innocent And, even innocence And, a new generation begins, in spite of it all That ll leave a nice smile on your day.


  6. Price was good, delivery was fast and accurate Used the book as entertainment It was the last book of the Larry McMirtey Lonesome Dove series I give this book and the entire series 6 stars out of 5 It was an amazing read Many of the characters were actual people in that period of time it was amazing how he had worked them in to his novels if any of your readers enjoy this type of novel, I strongly recommend this series Enjoy every sentence


  7. I could write a novel on how exceptional this book was in my opinion For me it ultimately graded even higher than Lonesome Dove and far superior to Dead Man s Walk and Comanche Moon, although I would likely give each of those books at or close to 5 stars as well, respectively To bring the series central character Woodrow Call back to west Texas in the twilight of his life and explore all his legend and ultimate vulnerability was simply genius Without spoiling the book completely, Call s exceptin [...]


  8. Streets of Laredo is the final book in the Lonesome Dove series Although it features familiar characters from the previous books, it feels like a differnt type of story because Call is so much older and without his only friend Augustus McCrae.The story focuses on Woodrow Call and Pea Eye Parker and their pursuit of a young, deadly train robber named Joey Garza Although Gus dies in the previous book, he still lives on in the memories of those who loved him, and there are numerous flashbacks to sc [...]


  9. I have read all 4 books in the Lonesome Dove series but I came upon them in the wrong order Lonesome Dove was the first book I read but the prequel to Lonesome Dove was Comanche Moon which I read later After those two I read the earliest book Dead Man s Walk next and I have to say I had a few suspicious thoughts about this book and its provenance All that aside, I found the last of the series Streets of Laredo thoroughly enjoyable and pure Larry McMurtry I have to say that I haven t enjoyed a se [...]


  10. This final volume in the series takes place many years after the events of Lonesome Dove Of the cast of characters who survived that book, some are dead, but many reappear here The world has also changed, and Call is an old man, doing the occasional bounty hunting job He is hired to track down Joey Garza, a young man who has taken to holding up trains, and killing passengers indiscriminately Call asks Pea eye Parker, one of the last remaining members of the old group, to join him in the hunt, bu [...]