Saddle tramp Petey McGuire doesn’t have much to live for. The trail in front of him stretches out long and hot, and there’s no end in sight. He’s been beaten down, beaten up, and kicked around so long, he’d run away from his own shadow if he could. But there’s one fight he can’t run from - the fight against hunger.
Petey needs a job quick, before he drops dead in the dust. But the only way to get one is to act cool and talk tough - in other words, become the exact opposite of Petey McGuire. Putting on a performance worthy of a Shakespearean actor, he succeeds all too well - landing in the saddle with the Arizona Rangers.
Talking tough is one thing, but backing it up is another. Because Petey’s about to discover exactly what it takes - and how much he has to risk - to face the meanest outlaw, win the prettiest girl, and become The Toughest Ranger.
Saddle tramp Petey McGuire has been kicked around so long, he’d run away from his own shadow if he could. But there’s one fight he can’t run from - the fight against hunger. Petey needs a job quick. But the only way to get one is to act cool and talk tough. And he succeeds all too well - landing in the saddle with the Arizona Rangers...where he learns exactly what it takes to face the meanest outlaw and win the prettiest girl.
Watch your back, as the audio version of The Toughest Ranger puts you in the middle of gunfights, bar fights, and all kinds of full-fisted action.
“An exciting Western story filled with both action and adventure.” (Mommy's Favorite Things)
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Lot of action by Ken W.
Alot of action. L. Ron Hubbard's writes in the old west way with a lot of action. Loved the book.
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Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?
These mini stories made me spend my time well. Just that, they were too short for my liking.
Did the narration match the pace of the story?
Yes and R. F. Daley and Jim Meskimen are just great narrators.
Any additional comments?
I recommend more books like this, not just mini but lengthy.