Valley of Wild Horses

Valley of Wild Horses

By Zane Grey

  • Release Date: 1939-10-23
  • Genre: Fiction & Literature
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 539 Ratings
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Description

The tall young cowpuncher known as Panhandle Smith had roped, gambled and fought his way from Montana to New Mexico, but Marco was the most lawless place he had ever seen. And when Panhandle faced down Dick Hardman, he knew he had to destroy Hardman to save his woman and his life.

Reviews

  • Great story

    5
    By Williewsx
    From start to finish the story is clear and easily livable to the reader. It's engrossing and believable. I think the reader Will always feel a part of the story.
  • Valley of Wild Horses

    5
    By bobbymckaye
    Rapid action and loaded with cowboy 'lingo', this is a wonderous story of the old west and 'the cowboy way'. Tough cowpunchers and strong women making their way through a vast land of danger and purple sage. And crowned with a happy ending. I can almost hear the harness jingle and smell the horses and dust. Corazon
  • valley of the wild horses

    5
    By horsieman
    I love horses. thanks
  • Hopefully

    1
    By Mackenzierueijdhdhfhfhfhvh.
    Well,from what you ppl are saying it sounds like a good book but I am 10 and I like horses so let's hope!!!!!!
  • Very Enjoyable

    5
    By myopinion2015
    The kind of book I could read to my mother - in fact I did read it to my 91 year mother. She loved it. Towards the end she didn't want me to put it down to fix dinner.
  • Awesome book

    5
    By Shaianna rose Sabata
    I love this book it is the best western book I have read
  • Valley of wild horses

    5
    By Joan wayne
    This was a great story, believable interesting I read it twice!,,
  • Valley of Wild Horses

    5
    By Ggpa Dave
    Good old style western! Entertaining and a quick read. Can visualize the canyon and the wild horse trapping. All's well that ends well.
  • Valley of Wild Horses

    5
    By Wlkromer
    Zane Gray master of cowboy life and passion. Always ready with honorable men showing that they lived hard, worked hard and loved the land.

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