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Epic Adventures: Volume Two by Win Blevins

Epic Adventures: Volume Two by Win Blevins

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Series: Epic Adventures, Book 2
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Western Fiction, Westerns
Publisher: Wolfpack Publishing
Publication Year: 2022
ASIN: B09QRYR1GX

KNOWN FOR HIS MASTERY OF WESTERN LORE, WIN BLEVINS IS BACK FOR VOLUME TWO IN HIS COLLECTION OF WONDERFULLY UNIQUE AND DEEPLY MOVING STORIES.

Packed with drama, adventure, humor, The Rock Child is the story of American Indians and Tibetan Buddhists, plus unforgettable historical characters, this book is a dazzling tour de force and a deeply moving story.

Charbonneau: Man of Two Dreams is the remarkable story of an authentic adventurer, Jean Baptiste Charbonneau. He lived his dream in clashing cultures—that of Native American vitality and that of high European society. He mastered both worlds but was ultimately forced to choose between them. The son of Sacajawea, guide for Lewis and Clark, Charbonneau was born on the adventure, and born to explore.

In The Misadventures of Silk and ShakespeareShakespeare, a former actor of gargantuan proportions, and his sidekick, Silk, a rail-thin teenager with all the brains that Shakespeare lacks, are two of the most improbable mountain men ever to explore the Rocky Mountains. Together, they get into flabbergasting scrapes, from wrestling bears to falling in love with off-limits women in Santa Fe.

“Win Blevins has the best feel for the West, the real West of wild country and wilder adventures, of any writer I know.” —Sam Peckinpah, director of The Wild Bunch

Epic Adventures: Volume Two includes: The Rock Child, Charbonneau: Man of Two Dreams, and The Misadventures of Silk and Shakespeare.

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