cdc-coteauxdegaronne
» » Calamity Trail
eBook Calamity Trail ePub

eBook Calamity Trail ePub

by Dan Parkinson

  • ISBN: 0821716638
  • Category: Genre Fiction
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Dan Parkinson
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Zebra (September 1, 1985)
  • ePub book: 1162 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1124 kb
  • Other: doc mobi azw docx
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 827

Description

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Pursued by a corrupt Boston shipping magnate's men, Charles Henry Clayton heads west in hopes of starting a new life.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers.

The author allows us to see the trails west through the eyes of a naive greenhorn who is a cross between the Count of Monte Cristo and Steve Urkel. The good-natured young gentleman, intent on being helpful, seems to leave disaster wherever he passes through. He acquires loyal comrades and deadly enemies with equal ease and departs every locale with hilariously preposterous consequences. The author has peopled his story with a large cast of diverse personalities and backgrounds.

Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Book by Parkinson, Dan. Get A Copy.

Daniel Edward Parkinson (March 19, 1935 – May 10, 2001) was an American author who produced over 40 books published in several genres, including naval fiction, westerns.

Daniel Edward Parkinson (March 19, 1935 – May 10, 2001) was an American author who produced over 40 books published in several genres, including naval fiction, westerns (over twenty, of which three were published posthumously), science fiction and fantasy novels. He was born in Liberal, Kansas. Calamity Trail (1985). The Sundown Breed (1986). Shadow of the Hawk (1988). The Way to Wyoming (1988).

lt;< Previous bookNext book . Calamity Trail. 1985) A novel by Dan Parkinson. Used availability for Dan Parkinson's Calamity Trail. August 1985 : USA Mass Market Paperback.

Free books to read or listen online in a convenient form, a large collection, the best authors and series. When the humans of Ergoth threaten Thorbardin, the clans of Thorbardin are drawn into territorial wars between humans and elves.

Published September 1, 1985 by Zebra. There's no description for this book yet.

1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove Calamity Trail from your list? Calamity Trail. Published September 1, 1985 by Zebra.

Dan Parkinson - the complete book list. In the bestselling tradition of patrick o'brien, dan parkinson has created a rollicking saga of men at sea, from the splintering, heaving hulls of frigates locked in battle to the desperate flights of merchantmen laden with contraband. Ride the Devil's Trail.

Book on hiking and Parkinson's - On The Trail with Parkinson's DIsease.

Pursued by a corrupt Boston shipping magnate's men, Charles Henry Clayton heads west in hopes of starting a new life

Comments

The Apotheoses of Lacspor The Apotheoses of Lacspor
This is a comedy western. This was the 3rd copy we've bought. We kept loaning it out and not getting it back. This book - no one borrows. It is hilarious. The poor guy causes calamities everywhere he goes but never realizes that it was he who was doing it. I laughed my head off. Every time I've read it and that is numerous times.
Quynaus Quynaus
This was the very funniest comedy/western I've ever read; and i have looked for it for years!!! It's very olde and worn out (they both are) but readable. I loved them and hoped for the past 20 years it would be made in to a Western movie!
Malhala Malhala
I read this book 30 plus years ago and laughed my way thru it. Found it again on Amazon, bought it and laughed my way thru it again. It's a great read.
Ytli Ytli
The author wraps vivid scenic detail and amazing coincidences around well defined characters so you are cheering for them all the way as calamity after calamity occurs according to prediction, but not as you expect.
Arryar Arryar
Was great
Juce Juce
One of the funniest books I have ever read!
Stick Stick
I read Calamity Trail some years ago. It's out of print, very unfortunate, because it's one of the funniest books I've ever read. Recommend it highly...... it's well worth sending for.
From Boston to the Rockie Mountains, and parts in between, this is one rip roaring ride. The author allows us to see the trails west through the eyes of a naive greenhorn who is a cross between the Count of Monte Cristo and Steve Urkel. The good-natured young gentleman, intent on being helpful, seems to leave disaster wherever he passes through. He acquires loyal comrades and deadly enemies with equal ease and departs every locale with hilariously preposterous consequences. The author has peopled his story with a large cast of diverse personalities and backgrounds. The convergence of the various groups of characters reminds me of the movie "Hallelujah Trail" (1965) (book by Bill Gulick). For a good belly laugh, this story will deliver. Great fun!