F way through the 400 page book You Enjoy Reading Stagecoaches You you enjoy reading about stagecoaches you love it but yawn I found it a bit much Once the story got started it was as good as usual Plus it tied up Fowler family history The main character of Six Hitch Horse is Starr Fowler He was the great grandson of Hannah Fowler grandson of Matthew Fowler and son of Joe Fowler Probably the best book in the series lots of. Nto one rolling westward converting the hostile frontier into a land of promise Nothing not hazardous runs outlaws massacres nor a lovely headstrong woman could eep him from deliver. ,
Loved it as a idin my cowboyindian phase Will reread it Western setting Joe Fowler 19 becomes a stagecoach reignsman in 1859 and drives the Overland Stage west for 10 years before the railroad arrives It had to happen eventually Of all the Janice Holt Giles books I liked this least The Indians were cruder the violence crueler the men coarser Plus the story line didn t take off until than hal. At nineteen Starr
FOWLER HAD NO GREATER LOVE THANhad no greater love than for the Great Overland Stage The drum of the six horses' hooves on hard road was his lifeblood and his religion all rolled Historical research This is written in first person narrative from the point of view of a young Caucasian man from Kentucky in the mid 19th century describing his participation
the conuest of Old West as a stagecoach driver so don t expect a politically correct 21st century viewpointconuest of the Old West as a stagecoach driver so don t expect a politically correct 21st century viewpoint Native Americans If you can get past that so don t expect a politically correct 21st century viewpoint Native Americans If you can get past that s not a bad example of the western genre of novel. Ing the US mail Until an Indian uprising made him aware of a deeper bond of the anguish of separation and of a shattering secret nowledge he would carry with him the rest of his lif.