Book Reviews of Blood Bond (Blood Bond, Bk 1)

Blood Bond (Blood Bond, Bk 1)
Blood Bond - Blood Bond, Bk 1
Author: William W. Johnstone
ISBN-13: 9780786017577
ISBN-10: 0786017570
Publication Date: 1/1/2006
Pages: 288
Rating:
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.
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3.9 stars, based on 19 ratings
Publisher: Pinnacle Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Synopsis

Brothers of the Wolf

Young Matt Bodine and Sam Two Wolves became blood brothers on the day the rancher's son saved the halfbreed's hide, forging a bond no jasper was ever gonna tear asunder. Beneath the Montana big sky, Matt learned the ways of the Red man from his Cheyenne friend. And as years passed legend grew of the breed and the white who rode the same trail... and who could jerk killing iron with the best of 'em.

Tensions in the territory ran hotter'n a hayride in Hell, what with Lone Dog and his renegades busy decorating the manes of their ponies with settlers scalps. While in the whore-town of Cutter, greedy rancher Tom Thomas was recruiting an army of lowlife gunhawks to steal Indian land. war was a-brewing 'tween white and red... and it seemed Bodine and Two Wolves were gonna have to choose sides. 'Cause General George Custer and his men were riding hell for leather for the Little Big Horn River. And there was only gonna be two kinds of folk in the bloody hoorah to follow - the killing kind... and the dying!
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Good one-sit read.
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William W. Johnstone has done it again. He has created a new set of characters to rate right up next to Smoke and Preacher. But this Blood Bond is of a different type than the two legendary mountain men, these are blood brothers. Two men, from two different worlds brought together through a bond of trust, and curiosity of each others ways. Matt Bodine, a son of a frontier rancher's family, and Samuel Two Wolves, an Eastern educated son of a Cheyenne War Chief and a White aristocrat. These men have a close, yet volatile kinship. Both are torn between feelings of respect for the "old ways" and the certain knowledge that those ways cannot survive the oncoming settlement of the West.
A must for any Johnstone diehard. You will ride trails these men have ridden, and share in the kinship that they feel for each other. Well written, with strong character development. You will look forward to each new adventure these two brothers share in their, Blood Bond.
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Liked this one sooooo much, was surprised how good it was. Lays the foundation for a good series. I sm on book 4 now and they are all good!! BUT, you need this one to start them off.
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Young Matt Bodine and Sam Two Wolves become blood brothers on the day the ranchers son saved the halfbreeds hide, forging a bond no jasper was gonna tear asunder. Beneath the Montana Big Sky, Matt learned the ways of the Red man from his Cheyenne friend. And as years passed legend grew of the breed and the who who rode the same trail..and who could jerk killing iron with the best of 'em.
Tensions in the territory ran hotter'n a hayride in Hell, what with Lone Dog and his renegades busy decorating the manes of their ponies wuth settlers scalps. While the whore-town of Cutter, greedy rancher Tom Thomas was recruiting an army of lowlife gunhawks to steal Indian land. War was a-brewing tween white and red...and it seemed Bodine and Two Wolves were gonna have to choose sides. Cause General George Custer and his men were riding hell for leather for the Little Big Horn River. And there was only gonna be two kinds of folk in the bloody hooray to follow--the killing kind...and the dying.
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very good reading