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He was etched by the desert’s howling winds, a big, broad-shouldered man who knew the ways of the Apache and the ways of staying alive. She was a woman alone raising a young son on a remote Arizona ranch. And between Hondo Lane and Angie Lowe was the warrior Vittoro, whose people were preparing to rise against the white men. Now the pioneer woman, the gunman, and the Apach

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    Jason Koivu

    Apr 21, 2016

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    Shelves:
    fiction,
    western

    I’d just finished a terrible western and needed to get the taste out of my mouth. Louis L’Amour to the rescue!

    Hondo Lane is a man’s man. He’s a half-breed drifter. He’s a loner who’s never alone, because he is at one with the hardscrabble land of the old west.

    Is an abandoned and soon-to-be-widowed woman and her young son just the sort of temptation to lure Hondo into a tied-to-the-homestead existence? And what of the restless Apache’s in the area? Hondo is nominally attached to the white man’s

    Hondo Lane is a man’s man. He’s a half-breed drifter. He’s a loner who’s never alone, because he is at one with the hardscrabble land of the old west.

    Is an abandoned and soon-to-be-widowed woman and her young son just the sort of temptation to lure Hondo into a tied-to-the-homestead existence? And what of the restless Apache’s in the area? Hondo is nominally attached to the white man’s military scouting party, who is suddenly at odds with the indians once again. Can Hondo be the peacemaker or will he just end up another piece in the U.S.’s westward push?

    All of these questions and more are answered, some satisfactorily and some are left intentionally vague, gray areas under the impossibly blue skies of the mid-1800s southwest.

    Great descriptions, good action and colorful characters abound in Hondo, one of L’Amour’s most famous works. There are times when you the reader feel as if you’re right there in the middle of the parched landscape, hunkered down between two boulders expecting attack at any moment. At other times, the boredom and languor of such an isolated life takes ahold of you for better or worse.

    Not everything between the covers of this book is well-written. Some of it is a bit pulpy. Some of it is a bit misogynistic. Most heinous of all, some of it is just dull. L’Amour could set a western scene with the best of them, but sometimes that didn’t translate to good reading. Descriptions of the desert or prairie could go on too long.

    Despite its failings, Hondo is a classic tough-guy western that will probably be enjoyed by anyone still reading this review.

    Rating: This falls somewhere in the 3.5 to 4 range for me. Figured I’d give it the benefit of the fourth star since the reading experience was mostly enjoyable.

    Side Note: My first guitar was made by Hondo, a guitar company named after the John Wayne movie based on this book. My guitar was as big and cantankerous as Wayne, but I was 15, in love with playing the guitar and the unwieldy thing was mine, so of course I loved it!
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    Lyn

    May 25, 2015

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    Hondo was author Louis L’Amour’s 1953 publication, and shares with Arthur C. Clarke’s 2001: A Space Odyssey the distinction of actually being a novelization of a successful film. The 1953 film starring John Wayne and Geraldine Page was actually based upon a short story by L’Amour entitled “The Gift of Cochise”.

    The narrative follows loner western icon Hondo Lane in his dealings with General Crook’s command, the local Apache tribes and a romantic contact with Mrs. Angie Lowe. Set in the 1870s or 1

    The narrative follows loner western icon Hondo Lane in his dealings with General Crook’s command, the local Apache tribes and a romantic contact with Mrs. Angie Lowe. Set in the 1870s or 1880s in the inhospitable southwest, L’Amour describes the events in his lean, but vivid style. Told with surprising warmth and emotional sensitivity (for a western) some of the more memorable scenes are not fighting but Hondo’s interactions with and his dynamic relationship with Lowe and her young son Johnny. L’Amour also does a better than average job at portraying the Apaches as more than marauding savages and this objective empathy adds depth to his story.

    I tend to be a literary omnivore, enjoying writing in various and sundry genres and Hondo was described by none other than John Wayne as being the finest western he’d ever read. Strong praise from a notable source. This is a fine western and also a very enjoyable book for any genre.

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    Colleen Fauchelle

    This was the book club choice. We were sick of war stories. So the next person on the list chose this one. It was an easy to read story, with some action and their was a bit of insta love.
    I liked Hondo as a character he know a lot about the land and he was a hard worker and dedicated to job in the army and his friends. The wild west was a tough place to live.
    The fun thing about being part of a book club you get to read all sorts of books you may never have picked up.