This week, I’m going to show you some of my favorite books by a well-known western author. Westerns are good pandemic reads because they’re interesting, fast-paced, and easy to read. They’re also fun to read.
People read crime fiction during the pandemic because it’s a fun way to get away from the virus. It’s easy to read and comes in a lot of different styles.
It doesn’t matter what kind of book you like to read: there’s a crime fiction author out there for you!
Many western movies were based on books, which made me happy.
Over the last few weeks, I’ve found a lot of western authors who write great stories set in the Wild West. While some authors write about women and other races in a bad way, these are often the products of their time, and some are even progressive.
In the past, westerns have been great when I needed to read a book that was exciting but not too complicated. This is one of my favorite things about Louis L’Amour, because some of his books have been turned into movies starring the great Sam Elliott.
As a big fan of Elliott, who is the embodiment of the old west, I quickly found L’Amour and found his books to be very interesting. I also liked reading them. If you want to read one, there are a lot of short novels by him. Most of these books are westerns, but some of them are long epics and others are amazing action adventures.
My list of his best books if you want to read stories about the Wild West that are filled with action and hard-boiled characters.
Son of a Wanted Man
One of many books about the Sackett family, this one is about an outlaw who wants someone to take over his rule. It’s a tug-of-war between his adopted family and the people who want him to use his skills with guns and knives for good, not bad. His adopted son is the favorite, but he doesn’t break the law. I found the book to be gripping and interesting. It’s also a great study of good and bad in the Wild West. The Sacketts are a group of people who show up again and again. This is a great book that features some of them.
It was written and set in the late 1950s. It is a creative western that tells the story of Matt Brennan, a young drifter and gunslinger. This character is a favorite of L’Amour’s, and he does a good job making them. He makes people who are both rugged and believable. During her travels, the main character falls in love with a man. She gets caught up in a fight between warring factions in her hometown in order to get her freedom so that she can be with the man.
The Lonesome Gods
In this book, a young man is left alone and dies in the desert. A person who was raised partly by Native Americans grows up to be an intelligent and gentle person who enjoys adventure but also has strong feelings. Because of the way the past is speeding up to catch him, he can’t be happy. This book is a great way to learn about a lot of different religions and cultures in rural California. It’s a long story that will keep you reading from the first page to the last. You’ll be hooked from start to finish.
The Sackett Brand
There are more than a dozen books about the Sackett family. I haven’t read all of them, but I’ve read a few and this later book is my favorite. The family has a unique set of rules, and every book in which they appear is both interesting and riveting. Outlaws, ranchers, and more members of L’Amour’s well-known family face off against a group that wants to kill Tell Sackett in The Sackett Brand. The action moves quickly, and the reader is quickly sucked into this enticing and beguiling book.
The Quick And The Dead
This short, enticing book can be read in one sitting, and it won’t let you down. One of the best things about L’Amour is that he jumps right into the action. We meet a stranger who comes across a family on a road trip and joins them for a cup of coffee. While he was sitting with them, he told them that he saw that their horses had been stolen by a group of criminals in the area. In the end, there is a thrilling chase across the western United States and a unique study of human nature.
Last Of The Breed
Man who flies through the sky
Many people think that Last of the Breed is one of the best Louis L’Amour books ever. When it came out in 1986, it had about 400 pages. It is one of the best-loved books by L’Amour, and that makes it even better.
As he neared the end of his life, L’Amour and his work were well-known. One book that did this was “Last of the Breed.” There is a US Air Force Major by the name of Joe Mack who was born at the wrong time for a lot of reasons. This book is about his story.
Alone in the woods
In Russia, he has to land his experimental plane because of bad weather. Then, he’s sent to a Soviet prison camp, which he quickly breaks out of. However, he must use all of the skills he learned from his Indian ancestors in order to survive the harsh Siberian weather and make it out alive. It’s hard not to get glued to the page as the story of Joe Mack goes on.
Hondo is one of those Louis L’Amour books that, if we had to rank them, it would have to be one of the best. Hondo was written in 1953, and it has about two hundred pages. If we were to recommend a book by Louis L’Amour, Hondo might be the first one we’d pick.
THE WAYS OF APACHE
There were powerful and unkind desert winds that didn’t like the man. You’ve seen some of the widest shoulders you’ve ever seen in a man. He was very big, scary, and fearful.
He was born into the way of the Apache people and all of their traditions, and he had a lot of experience with how to stay alive and stay alive. A book called Hondo by Louis L’Amour is also one of the best high school books for people who haven’t read it.
MIDDLE OF A WAR.
When she was just a young mother, on the other hand, she lived on a ranch in Arizona with her young son. Angie Lowe and Hondo Lane were two people who were mentioned above. Vittoro, the warrior and a man whose people were ready to fight against the white men and their people, was the only person who was between them.
A war between the people and a fight for love and honor happen soon. Louis L’Amour wrote this book. It is one of his best.