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Crockett of Tennessee #2020

Crockett of Tennessee The adventures exploits and accomplishments of legendary frontiersman Davy Crockett come alive in a fictional portrait that follows Crockett s life from youth through his rise to political power t

  • Title: Crockett of Tennessee
  • Author: Cameron Judd
  • ISBN: 9780553568561
  • Page: 130
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Crockett of Tennessee By Cameron Judd, The adventures, exploits, and accomplishments of legendary frontiersman Davy Crockett come alive in a fictional portrait that follows Crockett s life from youth, through his rise to political power, to his hero s death at the Alamo.

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    1. In this novelization of the life of Crockett of Tennessee with an emphasis on the hero s life in his home state, as opposed to the legendary Davy of that name , Judd uses a couple of novelization techniques to illustrate key aspects of his life no less, the actual circumstances of his death which has come to light from a contemporary Mexican diary during my lifetime.First, Judd invents the half breed Indian, Perseus Tar, an orphaned friend whose appearances frame the novel, and whose ill repute [...]

    2. Read by experienced narrator Allan Robertson, this fictionalized look into David Crockett s life sheds light on the man behind the legend A native Texan, Mr Robertson aptly voices a variety of dialects for the wide range of characters It is evident that author Cameron Judd researched primary and secondary sources extensively Judd recounts stories contemporary to the time, Crockett s stance on political issues, and details of his family life It was interesting to learn there was a play, The Lion [...]

    3. Davy Crockett life was not easy or simple.Thought this would be like an Alan W Eckert book It did not.Different look at Crockett and life on the frontier.We tend to forget how easy life is today as far as I go to the store, drive my car, and sit in a warm house.Survival, fits this book.

    4. Did not finish it Too stiff and failed to engage this reader Author told story from a distance which did not serve this colorful character well The romance disappointing.

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