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In the Rogue Blood

作者 James Carlos Blake
出版社 Ingram International Inc
商品描述 In the Rogue Blood:JamesCarlosBlake'sremarkableaward-winningnoveloffersasavage,uncompromisingandunforgettablevisionoftheoldAmericanWestthatexplodestheidealized

內容簡介

內容簡介 James Carlos Blake's remarkable award-winning novel offers a savage, uncompromising and unforgettable vision of the old American West that explodes the idealized myths fostered by a hundred years of pulp fiction. In 1845 two brothers, Edward and John Little, are forced to abandon their home in the Florida swamplands after being goaded by a treacherous parent into committing a horrific, shameful act that will haunt their dreams for the rest of their days. So begins the Littles' strange odyssey across an almost surreal bloodland; twin journeys marked by death and degradation that will ultimately lead them both to a violently disputed Texas and place them on opposing sides in a fierce territorial struggle between Mexico and the United States. Here a family bond tempered in hot blood will be tested in the all-consuming fires of war and conscience.

商品規格

書名 / In the Rogue Blood
作者 / James Carlos Blake
簡介 / In the Rogue Blood:JamesCarlosBlake'sremarkableaward-winningnoveloffersasavage,uncompromisingandunforgettablevisionoftheoldAmericanWestthatexplodestheidealized
出版社 / Ingram International Inc
ISBN13 / 9780380792412
ISBN10 /
EAN / 9780380792412
誠品26碼 /
重量(g) / 462.7
語言 / 3:英文
級別 / N:無
尺寸 / 21.5X14.6X2.4CM
裝訂 / P:平裝
頁數 / 352

最佳賣點

最佳賣點 : Now in trade paperback, James Carlos Blake's remarkable award-winning novel provides a savage and unforgettable vision of the old American West that explodes idealized myths. Separate journeys of twin brothers ultimately lead to a disputed Texas and to a family bond tested by war and conscience.

最佳賣點

最佳賣點 : Now in trade paperback, James Carlos Blake's remarkable award-winning novel provides a savage and unforgettable vision of the old American West that explodes idealized myths. Separate journeys of twin brothers ultimately lead to a disputed Texas and to a family bond tested by war and conscience.