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Publisher's Summary

In 1828, few white men had seen the Rocky Mountains, those that had were the rugged few we call Mountain Men. Zach Connors was one of the best, known to the Indians as Grizzly Killer. He was both feared and respected throughout the Rockyies. Along with his dog, Jimbo, Running Wolf, his Ute partner, and their wives, they travel to Rendezvous, where they battle the dreaded Blackfeet and Zach fights for both justice and honor. After, they come face to face with a man eating grizzly, and confront those seeking revenge for the justice he dealt. All the while living their lives among the towering peaks in the wild and unforgiving wilderness of the spectacular Rocky Mountains.
©2017 Wolfpack Publishing (P)2017 Wolfpack Publishing
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5 out of 5 stars
By Gvido on 04-04-18

A gripping mountainman tale

This is the continuation of the Grizzly Killer tale set at the time of western- or Rocky Mountains furtrade. Well written and entertaining, full of lively descriptions and still somehow also keeping a diary style matteroffactness. All characters, both Indian and trappers are interesting to follow. My only regard is the changing of narrator from book one - it's harder to get used to a new voice and pronaunciation of words one was accustomed to hear differently in book one. Apart from that - cool book.

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3 out of 5 stars
By Brian on 02-27-18

Story good, narrator not so much.

The story was good but the narrator speaks too fast to be considered a relaxing audiobook. Almost sounds automated. I much preferred the narrator from the 1st Grizzly Killer. His voice is not well suited to a trapper/western type novel.

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