Monday, July 30, 2012

Review of The Gaunlet Runner by S. Thomas Bailey

Gauntlet Runner, while a work of fiction, is about real battles that took place in early America before the fight for independence. As a reviewer I must mention that there is a graphic description of the torture of Indian captives that some may find disturbing. It all depends on the individual reader and their level of comfort with the descriptions. Many such incidents have been recorded and depicted in numerous movies dealing with the “White Man” and Indians (Now called Native American). S. Thomas Bailey, author of the Gauntlet Runner is a researcher of early North American life as a raw historian. If you are at all interested in early American history, Gauntlet Runner is a book that should be added to your required reading list. This reviewer assigns a four out of five stars to Gauntlet Runner with a must read recommendation. Do yourself a favor and grab a copy of the Gauntlet Runner for yourself. Reviewer: Robert Medak, Allbooks Review International Title: The Gauntlet Runner Author: S. Thomas Bailey Publisher: iUniverse ISBN: 9789-1-4620-5123-6 Pages: 208 For more info: Date: January, 2012

No comments:

Post a Comment