The Forgotten Cowboy: Rowdy Remington, Book 1

The Forgotten Cowboy Rowdy Remington Book The pungent smell of urine and manure filled the air The Texas sky was powder blue the fiery sun scorched man and beast alike The screaming crowd of onlookers were on their feet but neither Rowdy no

  • Title: The Forgotten Cowboy: Rowdy Remington, Book 1
  • Author: William H. Joiner Jr. Missy Brewer
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 388
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The pungent smell of urine and manure filled the air The Texas sky was powder blue, the fiery sun scorched man and beast alike The screaming crowd of onlookers were on their feet, but neither Rowdy nor Diablo could hear them Their total concentration was on each other Today, the rogue Brahma bull was determined not to just throw Rowdy, but to kill the cowboy Follow t The pungent smell of urine and manure filled the air The Texas sky was powder blue, the fiery sun scorched man and beast alike The screaming crowd of onlookers were on their feet, but neither Rowdy nor Diablo could hear them Their total concentration was on each other Today, the rogue Brahma bull was determined not to just throw Rowdy, but to kill the cowboy Follow the breathtaking adventures of Rowdy Remington as he fights against the stacked deck of renegade bulls, marauding outlaws and advancing age The world had written him off, but The Forgotten Cowboy is out to prove he s not ready for the rocking chair.

    One thought on “The Forgotten Cowboy: Rowdy Remington, Book 1”

    1. I was excited to find another western writer but was a bit skeptical that it had nothing but rave reviews on . Then I started reading the reviews and red flags were flying. Read a few and you'll probably figure it out. I decided to give the story a try anyway. I'm kind of sorry I did because I can't get that time back. The story is about Rowdy Remington, a down on his luck kid who becomes an expert gun handler by the time he's like 12 years old. There are huge gaps in the storytelling, jumping f [...]

    2. Very enjoyable, quick read with uncomplicated writing style that fits the tone of the story. Well written and edited. Keeps the reader feeling 'out west' in the story. The characters were well developed so the reader connects with them. I wasn't 'involved' enough to be overwhelmed, but did like the story and I do recommend reading it if you like westerns.

    3. When will 6 stars be offered???I loved the latest book by William Joiner! Here is master story-telling at it's best. Mr. Joiner had better not wait too long before his next contribution. I could foresee unhappy readers in his future! ☺️Seriously, I sincerely hope the next chapter of Rowdy and his compadres, to have begun. I am waiting with bated breath!!!- His biggest fan!!

    4. Good ReadA good read, but it went kind of juvenile toward the end. The ending was meant to excite the reader to get more in a series but missed the mark. Story's got weaker as the book progressed.

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