This Calder Range : Calder Saga

  • by Janet Dailey
  • Narrated by Mil Nicholson
  • Series: Calder Saga
  • 13 hrs and 32 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Chase Benteen Calder was bound to wrest a fortune from Montana land, where the whisper of riches swept across a sea of buffalo grass. With Lorna at his side, a woman who took the tough ways of the land as her destiny, he would breathe life into his dream. Through the treacherous Texas prairie, the perils of Indian country, and a bustling Dodge City, they forged their way to Montana. With Calder strength, they would harvest their fortune from the rich earth, on the sprawling plains of This Calder Range.


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Customer Reviews

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Big disappointment

What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?

A totally different performance. This was a much loved story, ruined by the narrator. I was happy to finally have this story available in a format that I could use, and sadly, downloaded it without listening to the preview. While I am sure that Mil Nicholson is a lovely person, her performance seemed to be a sad attempt at a caricature of a western. It would appear that either her or the director would base all of the characters other than the main one on the "whimsical sidekick" from the old black and white westerns. They all sound like Gabby Hayes. She voices Benteen Calder as a poor, female imitation of Clint Eastwood. Lorna's voice seems too high and flighty, and Spanish Bill? A Mexican? Perhaps she thought his last name was O'Malley. Her Spanish accent was remarkably Irish.

What other book might you compare This Calder Range to and why?

This is your typical bodice ripper romance, with a bit of a western flair.

How did the narrator detract from the book?

While I could listen to the narration of the story, after the initial shock of hearing a female, slightly English accent, the voice characterization was just terrible. I couldn't get past it, and was ripped from the story every time someone spoke...

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- Hoopensnooper

Okay story

Mostly enjoyable ..the narrator was very good. Moved a bit too slow for me but, worth the credit used.
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- J. E. Culver

Book Details

  • Release Date: 11-14-2013
  • Publisher: Audible Studios