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Journey to Utah epub ebook

by Frank Roderus

Journey to Utah epub ebook

Author: Frank Roderus
Category: Genre Fiction
Language: English
Publisher: Robert Hale Ltd (November 2, 1978)
Pages: 192 pages
ISBN: 0709171501
ISBN13: 978-0709171508
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 952
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Reviews (7)
This is a good western. Mr. Roderus has a different style than most westerns. His hero, is "Stumpy", by his own description, not terribly good looking, with a misproportioned body. We meet him at night coming up to a fire (without the customary hailing btw), and meeting the gal of the story, Janet. From there we find out that she's being chased by 3 guys, who turn out to be her not so good step-brothers.

Anyway the story progresses, with quite a few twists and turns. Our hero Stumpy, makes a lot of dumb mistakes, that should get himself killed (and nearly do) several times.

I shook my head several times from the surprises of the book, and the writing style. It is different from most westerns - not better, not worse - just different. But I liked the book, and was happy that I read it when I got done. Recommended.

My only experience with the Western genre has only been in film. I am glad that I picked up Journey to Utah. From the onset, it had that feel of what i have seen in the movies. The dusky trail, the mounting conflict, and a protagonist who seems to be an unlikely hero named Stumpy but proves he is all hero. Frank Roderus put together an action packed and believable story that had me feeling like i was in the Wild West. Great read.

This is the first book I have read by Mr. Roderus. I enjoyed it very much. It had a good story line and held my attention to the very end. Mr Roderus' character development of "Stumpy" was both surprising and charming. It is exactly what I perceive the nature and personality of the "western cowboy" to be. I am glad "Journey to Utah" was the first book that I read by this author. I look forward to reading more of Mr. Roderus' novels.

I'm a new fan of the western genre and a new fan of Frank Roderus who is in my opinion better than the great Louis L'Amour. My only complaint is the book ended. I also highly recommend The Herdsman by Frank Roderus.

This book is a slowly unfolding discourse on a fictional western occurrance. Events are plausable but to most modern day readers seems almost too mundane. It is a story that you have to stay with until the acton picks up and the truth becaomes evident. Suggest that you do not put the book down as a lost cause until halfway through then fasten your seatbelt and hang on.

Rocky Basilisk
Stubby can take a licking and keep on ticking. Timex would be proud. There is more to the guy than you see, quit isn't in his dictionary. Saving a damsel in distress, scaling sheer cliffs, having a mule that is better than a horse. This book is so interesting on so many levels. It even explained why the cattle business changed in the 1880s. Nice to see someone who, when they give promises, they aren't a pack of lies. If the west was truly this rough, it took a special breed to survive it. A great read...shu

I've always loved classic movie Westerns like 'The Searchers' and 'Shane' but had never really read many Westerns from contemporary authors. I am glad I took a chance on Frank Roderus. This is a well-crafted and compelling tale that hits all the notes that fans of this genre look for. I will certainly be checking out more books by this talented author.

Journey to Utah I did not care for it. To much detail .to all the wounds blood etc. To much detail to surroundings how much can you write about the desert not unless you are giving a report on desert conditions, Rocks, sand, cactus, bare mountains more sand dirt rocks. Did not even have a encounter with a bug, snake???? It was not even a good western. This is the only Roderus book I have read and I don't think I will bother again.

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