Item description for Quiet Thunder (Journeys of the Stranger) by Al Lacy...
Overview In the sixth installment of the Journeys of the Stranger series, legendary hero John Stranger becomes involved in the lives of a brave and skillful Sioux warrior named Quiet Thunder and the white Army captain who has been his blood brother since childhood. Despite the disapproval of both their people, Quiet Thunder and Thane Tyler remain faithfully true to their friendship...both in their hearts and on the battlefield. But when the two must inevitably face each other with weapons drawn, which will win out: love or duty?
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Studio: Multnomah Books
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.5" Width: 5.5" Height: 0.58" Weight: 0.72 lbs.
Release Date Jun 1, 2006
Publisher Multnomah Books
Series Journeys Of The Stranger
Series Number 6
ISBN 1590528506 ISBN13 9781590528501
Availability 82 units. Availability accurate as of Mar 24, 2017 06:23.
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More About Al Lacy
Al Lacy has written more than ninety novels, including the Angel of Mercy, Battles of Destiny, and Journeys of the Stranger series. JoAnna Lacy, Al s wife and longtime collaborator, is a retired nurse. The Lacys are coauthors of the Mail Order Bride, Hannah of Fort Bridger, and Shadow of Liberty series. They make their home in the Colorado Rockies."
Al Lacy currently resides in the state of Colorado.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Quiet Thunder (Journeys of the Stranger)?
Not like the others Jul 14, 2008
I'm not usually the type to read a book unless it keeps my interest. This one did keep my interest, but just barely. This book is nothing like the others, in that this story only barely involves the Stranger. While the others in the series often spend some time developing characters before Stranger shows up, Stranger gets a lot of 'face time' in those books. This one gets deep into the book before he shows up... and he's only there for a page or two. Then, you have to wait again to nearly the end before he shows up again... and again, only for a few pages. I guess what I mean by different is, while the other books are about the "Journey's of the Stranger", this one is about the lives of these people, and how Strangers short visits have impacted their lives.
Also, this book makes heavy use of real historical people. Although this is a novel (ie. fiction), it makes me wonder how much truth the author has put in it too, as I get the impression he is very well read on this subject. That said, I wouldn't rely on it as history. I mean, remember that novel (fiction) that Dan Brown wrote that so many thought was based on real history? :O)