Last of the Breed

Last of the Breed

Book - 1987
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Publisher: Toronto ; New York : Bantam Books, 1987, c1986
Characteristics: 357 p. ; 24 cm

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rp3276
May 31, 2017

I liked the book but it just ended.....What happened to the characters?

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silverbookworm
Mar 02, 2016

Very plodding. A bit of a bore. Not up to his usual excellent story telling. His cowboy stories were best.

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RichardPaul
Jan 25, 2011

Review by Richard Paul (Seattle Public Library)
Louis L'amour: Last of the breed, c -1986
This story rocks! A native american, Fighter/Test pilot, crashes in Communist lands. He is hunted down while working out his escape back to the U.S. After his capture, he escapes and goes back to the old ways of his people.
Thus turning the fight around and the communist military gets a lesson in life.
The action ends with the story ending.

Enjoy!

Reviewed on May 19 2010

Review by Richard Paul (Seattle Public Library)

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pudiimom
Nov 06, 2009

Loved it! L'Amour is such a fabulous story teller! The story is of an American pilot escaping captivity in cold war Russia. He decides to walk to the east coast & cross the Bering Strait. How he survives the brutal Siberian winter without capture makes the book impossible to put down.

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