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eBook The Desert of Wheat ePub

by Zane Grey

  • ISBN: 1463796870
  • Category: Classics
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Zane Grey
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (August 25, 2011)
  • Pages: 350
  • ePub book: 1284 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1201 kb
  • Other: rtf lit mbr docx
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 632

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Font adjustments & biography included Unabridged (100% Original content) Illustrated About The Desert of Wheat by Zane Grey From the master of the western comes a novel full of romance and adventure.

Font adjustments & biography included Unabridged (100% Original content) Illustrated About The Desert of Wheat by Zane Grey From the master of the western comes a novel full of romance and adventure. The novel begins: Late in June the vast northwestern desert of wheat began to take on a tinge of gold.

Desert of Wheat book. Pearl Zane Grey was an American author best known for his popular adventure novels and stories that presented an idealized image of the rugged Old West

Desert of Wheat book. Pearl Zane Grey was an American author best known for his popular adventure novels and stories that presented an idealized image of the rugged Old West.

The Desert Of Wheat Zane Grey 1919 Chapter I Late in June the vast northwestern desert of wheat began to take on a tinge of gold, lending an austere beauty to that endless .

The Desert Of Wheat Zane Grey 1919 Chapter I Late in June the vast northwestern desert of wheat began to take on a tinge of gold, lending an austere beauty to that endless, rolling . Chapter I. Late in June the vast northwestern desert of wheat began to take on a tinge of gold, lending an austere beauty to that endless, rolling, smooth world of treeless hills, where miles of fallow ground and miles of waving grain sloped up to the far-separated homes of the heroic men who had conquered over sage and sand.

The Desert of Wheat is a thrilling and romantic tale of sabotage in the wheat fields of the Pacific Northwest during .

The Desert of Wheat is a thrilling and romantic tale of sabotage in the wheat fields of the Pacific Northwest during World War I. Young farmer Kurt Dorn i. In this passionate tale, Zane Grey, one of America's most popular and enduring authors, captures the anxieties of a young country threatened by a foreign war and poised on the brink of a century of change.

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Famed Western writer Zane Grey veers from his typical narrative trajectory and treads into topical waters in The Desert of Wheat. Honorable wheat farmer Kurt Dorn is torn over whether he should join in the fight against Germany or remain in the . to protect his family and crops

Famed Western writer Zane Grey veers from his typical narrative trajectory and treads into topical waters in The Desert of Wheat. to protect his family and crops. Will home or the battlefield hold sway? Read The Desert of Wheat to find out.

The Desert of Wheat Paperback – 19 September 2019. by Zane Grey (Author).

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Comments

Fordredor Fordredor
This is nothing less than a work of literature. It is complete, complex and compelling. The characters struggle against their own natures, their culture, and nature itself to find answers to the question "who am I?". The themes and symbols are rich and well-supported by the narrative. This is, however, as much a book for the casual reader as it is for the more literary-minded. If you were, for some reason, expecting a clap-board western you might want to seek drier watering holes.This book is the real deal by a masterful author. I'm personally sorry I never picked up a Zane Grey book before now, and I'm not sure that I'm even comfortable throwing my poor reviewing and writing skills at this masterwork.Just read it for yourself, and keep it on your Kindle or bookshelf when you need a reminder of what a great book should be.
you secret you secret
Very good, let's you know what problems we had in the early days of the IWW or the labor unions! There was so much trouble going on with the unions, that farmer's crops were burned and all their income was lost. Also the 1st world war has started and the U.S was fighting against the Germans! Kurt Dorn, whose father was German, but who had lived in the states for 50 years, thought the IWW was a good thing, until his wheat crops were destroyed, and then he realized what the IWW was all about. Kurt Dorn was determined to go and fight for his country as he said that even though he was half German, he was an American! He fought, was wounded, and returned home to once again be a wheat farmer! Recommend this book to anyone who loves a good story!
Cordabor Cordabor
A novel written by the hand of a great man so eloquently done by Zane Grey. The narrative tells the age old tale of the difference between men and women and their endurance during wartime. I doubt that any other writer could have captured a tale as eloquently as Mr. Grey. The description of the wheat fields, the color, the smell,and all its glory brings us back to a time when our history began. Please enjoy this book as much as any of Mr. Grey's western writings.
Cerana Cerana
I thoroughly enjoyed the way the author developed each of the main characters in the story and provided insights into their thoughts and the outcomes that were finally realized. The author touches on the greed of men, loyalty to their homeland, deception, cruelty and sacrifice made by fathers, mothers, sisters wives, and loved one for the man who went to war. I highly recommend this book to individuals who enjoy history, romance and the struggles and hardships faced by farmers raising wheat in the Northwest.
Munigrinn Munigrinn
Another Zane Grey classic read! I came away with more respect, for our nation's farmers and also for what our troops suffered in this and all conflicts, defending freedom for oppressed people everywhere!
I also would like to take this opportunity to thank all the volunteers, who spend countless hours, converting all these books, for our reading pleasure.
Musical Aura Island Musical Aura Island
I was doubtful about the story at the beginning but as I continued to read I really got caught up in the plot and wondered how they would beat the labor group that was out to destroy the crops that had survived the lack of water. The romantic side light was cool too. I have seen the labor group initials in other articles so deduce it must have been a real group that did try to destroy the farmers around the time of the dust bowl. Great story and I truly did enjoy it once I got past the first few pages. My son ordered this on my account and told me to read it as he thought I would like it. IvaMay Cook
Runehammer Runehammer
A good book to read in a couple days.
I liked this book, a litte "verbose", but still the story is told well and I learned somethings about our Country and what happened at the beginning of WWI. Life was sure different in those days and people then considered themselves civilized. The "bad guys" are almost like the "progressives" of today. I didn't mean to make this political, but that is what occurred to me as I was reading the book. I enjoyed it.