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Me and Billy the Kid by Briana Vedsted
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What do people know about Billy the Kid? The name alone is famous in history and from the silver screen. But what was he really like? Briana has written a book around the stories and tales which abound about this historical character. She has tried to provide possible answers to such questions as; "Why was Sheriff Pat Garrett so bent on catching Billy?", "Why did Pete Maxwell betray Billy?" and "Was Billy really murdered in 1881?"

Briana introduces Angel Garther to the scene, a women could well had been associated with Billy and his gang. This book is Angel's tale, the story from her possible eyes. Eyes that saw the reality behind some of famous shootouts, like The Lincoln County War and Gunfight at Blazer's Mill. Angel is portrayed as a strong women and one who would go to lengths to stay with Billy because she knew that William H Bonney (Billy the Kid) was not a monster, just a kid who's been hurt a long time ago.

I liked the story, as a kid I loved watching Westerns on a Saturday afternoon. The scenery, the gunfights, the heroes, the goodies and the baddies. It was good to think about what life was more likely to have been, how raw life was, full of hot emotions, where nearly everyone had a gun and men shot first and asked questions second. It certainly was a part of history which shouldn't be forgotten.
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Reading Progress

March 13, 2014 – Started Reading
March 13, 2014 – Shelved
March 14, 2014 – Finished Reading

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