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  • Paperback
  • 182
  • Joe Pepper Tales of Texas
  • Elmer Kelton
  • English
  • 04 August 2019
  • 9780812561579

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Joe Pepper Tales of Texas

Elmer Kelton ´ 6 Summary

That he wants to set straightWith Joe Pepper legendary Western writer Elmer Kelton tells a fine and moving tale of the history of his home state of Texas. I don't read many westerns these days but I read this book on the treadmill and it held my interest sufficient to distract me from the terrible misery of exercise And that ain't nothing

review ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ Elmer Kelton

Joe Pepper is a Texas badman with uite a past In fact there isn't much that Joe hasn't done in his forty years of living on both sides of the Texas law ex. The books I have read by Elmer Kelton I really believe he is one of the best story tellers ever This book is almost like writing in the first person as if Joe Pepper was actually telling you the story of his life At first I didn't know if I was going to like this type of writing but just like any other Elmer Kelton book I have read it didn't take me long before I was totally immersed in the story The character himself is strong as Kelton's writing lets us in on his life from his eyes and soon you realize instead of being an outlaw waiting to be hanged as he is telling the story of his life to a preacher that this could have been any of us taking a wrong turn in our lives The story left me with a strong sense of how my life could have been changed by perhaps taking another fork in the road or making different choices You get the sense that the character Joe Pepper was in the wrong place at the wrong time along with making some bad choices A good book for a lot of people on the wrong side of the tracks to read and I think they might come out of it with a sense of things they should change in their lives or things they might do different The book is typical of Elmer Kelton and like most of his books is a uick and enjoyable read This would be a nice book to take on a plane or simply just for an evening of reading

characters Joe Pepper Tales of Texas

Cept face the hangman Now convicted of murder Joe is about to get that privilege But before he goes Joe has a few things he wants to say and a few stories. This novel which I read through Audible in the book Long Way to Texas was an excellent expository tale as told to the preacher of a life in early Texas Joe proved to be in his own words a bit loose on right and wrong and found his way to the end of this story through uite a string of dubious decisions Well told characterization of old Joe


About the Author: Elmer Kelton

Elmer Kelton 1926 2009 was award winning author of than forty novels including The Time It Never Rained Other Men’s Horses Texas Standoff and Hard Trail to Follow He grew up on a ranch near Crane Texas and earned a journalism degree from the University of Texas His first novel Hot Iron was published in 1956 Among his awards have been seven Spurs from Western Writers of America and