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The Daybreakers by Louis L'Amour
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Nov 05, 2011

really liked it
bookshelves: fiction, western, namerica, review, owned
Read from November 10 to 15, 2011 — I own a copy

This book is the sixth in the Louis L'Amour "Sackett series". The books are easy reading, entertaining books about generations of a family starting in the fens of old England in the 1600's and concludes with the seventeenth book in the late 1870's in the American west. I have enjoyed each book individually mostly for their simplicity and their sense of family and their commitment to their moral values. There are no characters in L'Amour novels that you would typify as being "politically correct". The are just common folk with common sense. These poor people didn't have 24 hour cable television to tell them what to do. I enjoyed this book more than the previous five even though I enjoyed the earlier books a great deal. Perhaps I'm becoming one of the family.

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