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Wyatt Earp Speaks!

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  • Title: Wyatt Earp Speaks!
  • Author: Wyatt Earp John Richard Stephens
  • ISBN: 9781435112056
  • Page: 292
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Wyatt Earp Speaks

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    1 thought on “Wyatt Earp Speaks!

    1. John Richard Stephens does his best to tie together the real story of the gunfight at OK Corral and its participants with information from several disparate sources. While the events are interesting, unfortunately, it feels disjointed in its delivery. Perhaps I'm jaded by Hollywood's popular renditions of the gun slinging hero.It's an interesting collection of articles and letters written by Wyatt Earp, along with several articles and interviews of the man by others. The author clearly denotes t [...]

    2. Going into this book, my only knowledge about Wyatt Earp came from Hollywood and film such as Tombstone and Gunfight at the O.K. Corral. I'm sure Earp aficionados are able to appreciate some of the subtleties of the book more, nonetheless, a novice like myself was able to get into the book and I did come away with a greater understanding of the scope of the legend of Earp and the famous shoot-out in Tombstone. The book's greatest appeal I feel lies in its wonderful presentation, a real testament [...]

    3. I'm a Wyatt Earp history buff, so this publication forced me to buy it. Lots of good stuff, including revelations about what really happened in Tombstone, Arizona in the big shoot out. However, less than a third of it was about Wyatt Earp. Several chapters focused on Doc Holliday and Bat Masterson. It was an enjoyable read, but perhaps should have been titled something more indicative of the actual contents.Gusto Dave

    4. A collection of letters, newspaper articles, interviews, and journal entries arranged and annotated by a noted Earp historian. As a fan of the film Tombstone, it was both interesting and exciting to read just how accurate the events portrayed by Kurt Russell & co were. However, certain subjects are covered multiple times throughout the book, which grew repetitive. Thus the three star rating.

    5. I enjoyed this thoroughly, but then I have been an avid reader of all things related to The Earps and Doc Holliday ever since the "Tombstone" movie. I particularly like seeing the original source material.

    6. A fun book filled with facts, interviews, and more. Contains a transcript from a case Earp testified in about the OK Corral. It's worth the ticket price for that alone.

    7. It had some interesting articles in it. Some not so interesting. I love the old west and the stories of the people and their true life adventures, but this one could not hold my attention.

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