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After burying their parents, the three young Isom brothers faced starvation. Desperate and penniless, they set out in search of work. Their long, difficult journey forces them to discover themselves, and the harsh reality of life in the late 1800s. With hard work, determination, and a dream, they emerge as one of the greatest success stories of the old west.
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By Jean on 05-05-15

Engaging

It has been sometime since I read a western so thought it might make a nice change of pace. The story starts off in the late 1800 with a familiar western theme; three young brothers, Frank, Bob, and Jesse have just buried their parents. They face starvation and are desperate, so off they go to find work so they can eat.

Rhodes tells the story of each of the brothers in his usual interesting style. The story tells of how they learned skills and developed into hard working honest men. Rhodes is a great story teller and he can keep my attention throughout the book.

I think the narrator Gene Engene has the perfect voice for narrating a western.

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By Amazon Customer on 06-23-14

Great Read

If you could sum up The Isoms in three words, what would they be?

Interesting, fast-paced, western

What other book might you compare The Isoms to and why?

the Longhorns, because it's about overcoming odds and the building of a western empire

Which character – as performed by Gene Engene – was your favorite?

Bob

If you could rename The Isoms, what would you call it?

Love it like it is.

Any additional comments?

Enjoyed this one, keep looking for book 2 .
anything written by Dusty Rhodes & read by Gene Engene is worthy listening.

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