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Flintlock

Flintlock Saved from hanging by bank robber Abe Roper Chinese Charlie Fong and a barrel of gunpowder Samuel Flintlock joins their hunt for a giant golden bell painted black in a remote cave The aged guardian

  • Title: Flintlock
  • Author: William W. Johnstone J.A. Johnstone
  • ISBN: 9780786032617
  • Page: 297
  • Format: Paperback
  • Saved from hanging by bank robber Abe Roper, Chinese Charlie Fong, and a barrel of gunpowder, Samuel Flintlock joins their hunt for a giant golden bell painted black in a remote cave The aged guardian dreams of Sam and tells his grandson, the next planned guardian Sam sees Grandpappy Barbaras, who ordered tattoo of thunderbird across throat Abused women find the three,Saved from hanging by bank robber Abe Roper, Chinese Charlie Fong, and a barrel of gunpowder, Samuel Flintlock joins their hunt for a giant golden bell painted black in a remote cave The aged guardian dreams of Sam and tells his grandson, the next planned guardian Sam sees Grandpappy Barbaras, who ordered tattoo of thunderbird across throat Abused women find the three, but so does Geronimo and his murderous Apache warriors set to burn out a U.S Army fort Villain Asa Bragg wants the Army pay wagon.

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    1. Excellent, one of the better western stories I have read by J.A. Johnstone. Looking forward to book 2.As for most authors that publish several books a year they all use a formula, even Grey and L'Amour has a formula and you can grasp it after reading several of their books. Don't read Johnstone expecting another author, read Johnstone for Western Entertainment. Turn your brain off and enjoy the story. If you want more developed characters more story than action read L'amour. Johnstone is great i [...]

    2. To be totally honest skip this book.I grew up reading western novels. My dad usually gave me 2 or 3 of them each week. Usually Zane Grey, Max Brand, Louis L'Amour , Jackson Cole and others along that line. Now comes Johnsonstone. I will conceded that his books often follow a certain formula or recipe. I am aware that his books are not the best fiction, nor will they rival Zane Grey, Max Brand, or Louis L'Amour.His stories are Character Driven with a number of established characters that often we [...]

    3. This book is nearly flawless. This is not a simple good guy vs. bad guy western. It's a complex tale of many characters with many stories that lead to hard to expect conclusions.The writing is way above average for a Johnstone Clan novel. Characters, what i feel is the Johnstone hallmark, are excellent in depiction. Considering how many are included, each is distinctly built. Most are written with more than a few views and develop during the novel. The settings are also very well described and f [...]

    4. The author behind the J. A. Johnstone gives us a most interesting character in Sam Flintlock. The son of a prostitute, he's raised by an old mountain man named Barnabas who gives him the Flintlock surname after the old Hawken muzzle loader he carries. Sam carries that now as well as more modern weapons such as a six gun tucked into a sash and a winchester.He's thirty-eight and wears cheap clothing(it's said he could sell them, boots included, for a dime. His most prominent feature is the thunder [...]

    5. I read an interview of the author, William Johnstone, who outlined why westerns are so popular, and he indicated because they bring Americans in the modern-day era of big government, rules, regulation, and an unjust justice system, back to a time when justice was swift, fair and sure, and people got what they deservede good got good and the bad got bad. That's why I love westerns, and Flintlock in particular. I don't have tremendous experience with westerns--up to this point my favorite has been [...]

    6. Samuel Flintlock bears thunderbird tattoo across throat from Grandpappy Barnabas, who talks, sends dreams, orders boy (40) to carry old Hawken flintlock. We know the preordained ending. Too bad. Lots of scary torture appropriate to era.Bank robber Abe Roper plants a barrel of gunpowder to blow a hole in jailhouse wall before scheduled hanging. Chinese Charlie Fong tosses reins to pain, sees and hears Barnabas warn about two Oriental girls trapped by Silas Garrard. Marshal Pleasant Tyrell helps f [...]

    7. Wow! I just finished a helluva western, "Flintlock". Somehow, at the library, I stumbled upon this unknown-to-me author, who has written over 200 books since the 1970s. I feel like I've been riding the trail myself, with Sam'l Flintlock, a bounty hunter and self-proclaimed mankiller. This story, the first in the Flintlock series I think, is a regular treasure hunt romp, replete with savage Indians, a treacherous General's wife, foolish soldiers, smart outlaws, fiendish Mexicans, a persistent gho [...]

    8. I am still somewhat new to the western genre and still seeking the right author and collection. In this one, I think I found a good author. I just don't think I found the right collection. This was book #1 of the Flintlock series and I don't think I will try #2. However, I will try another one from this author because I liked his style. This one just didn't make sense to me. The gun didn't make sense. And the mystical stuff didn't make a lot of sense to me. But I will try some thing else from Jo [...]

    9. Very good need the next one#3I love all his books . I like western s they are veryinteresring it is like he was there so resal

    10. An amazing story of the old west, men fast with the gun, killers, indians and the greed of men. I can't wait to read more of the this series.

    11. A complex mix of characters that portrays some of the typical events in the old west after the forts and calvary were established.

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