Beautifully descriptive and paced. It just flows along. Not the wild west adventure I thought it would be. Kind of a documentary written as an adventure.Haven't read The Last of the Plainsmen. Whadda' you think thus far?
Even with Google Translate I'm not sure what that meant. (language challenged here). At any rate, I'm among the oldest of the grandchildren on my mothers side, and youngest on my fathers. I did not get the books from grandpa, but my father when he passed a couple years ago. I'm 50, and definitely not petit.(Grandfathers? Guess that makes you "un petit enfant", n'est pas?)
Not by Dickens, by George R. R. Martin (author and edited by): a collection of short stories and novels based on a world where an alien mutagenic virus was dumped on New York shortly after the end of WW II. It resulted in a lot of deaths, some monsters, and a few super heroes and villains. I've only read the first two stories; but it's pretty good so far. I picked it up because the entire series was on sale in the iBook store, and it's always been on my read someday list.P. S. What the dickens is "Wild Cards"?