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Publisher's Summary

USA Today best-selling author William W. Johnstone has crafted nearly 200 thrilling books, including his popular Last Gunfighter series, which has sold more than 10 million copies. A gritty tale of retribution, Preacher's Justice captures the brutal violence of everyday life in the Old West.

When "Preacher", the last gunfighter, catches wind that a lady from his past has been murdered in St. Louis, he is enraged. It's time to leave the wilderness and head to the big city to exact some revenge.

©2004 William W. Johnstone (P)2004 Recorded Books

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Stunned

I have scores of titles in my library and for better or worse this is my first review. That being said I am a william w johnstone fan. I have sequentially listened to the First Mountain Man series and aside from one title that was simply not my cup of tea, I loved the books. This title however blew me away in that the tenor of the writing was such a departure from the previous that I couldn't wait for it to end. The creativity and story telling seemed to vanish. It is hard to recall how many occasions of cut and paste were encountered but suffice to say it was awful. If the author was not named on title I would have credited I to a college freshman submitting a midterm paper started three hours prior to submission.

Not to pile on but if you have been drawn into the series as narrated by J Rodney Turner (fabulous), this shift to George Guidall will set your teeth on edge. I noticed this was a book later in the series , I believe 2004 as opposed to the others written nearly a decade earlier. Maybe tried of writing, ghost writers or just was off. Best I can say buyer beware.

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Preacher's Justice

Great Book Great Character Great Author Great Narrator. I just wish there were more "Preacher books" on audio.

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A repeat of other books.

Don't waste your money, this book is repeats what we've read from other books from the author.

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confused!.I

In previous story he left because of trouble with a bully. He had several brothers not one. He also wasn't. the oldest one, don't remember any sisters

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What happened to j Rodney turner

Worst story so far in the series, for some stupid reason they switched narrators from J Rodney Turner to this clown Guidall and it ruins the the series, somebody please get in touch with Mr Turner and hire him to finish the series. Overall not worth listening to but for me I had to to say I completed the entire series.

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Shame on Wm. W. Johnstone

Save your money, this book is a poor sequel whose only purpose is to squeeze Preacher's loyal listeners. It's two hours short with more than 1/2 hour of flashback text to make it this long. This book doesn't meet the low stds. of an old dime store western, even the amazing George Guidall can't save it.

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Worst narrator EVER!

The reader is soooooo bad it’s almost impossible to listen too it. Why would you change narration in the middle of a series??

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Chris

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is the written getting lazy?

too many cut and paste conversations from previous chapters and or books. a recap is fine, but a word for word repeat? I has to skip ahead too many times to be enjoyable.

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This one is a letdown

The narrator is not nearly as good as Turner and the story is a lazy repeat of the earlier books.

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Change of Narrator took some getting used to.

The first nine books were read by J Rodney Turner. I'm not saying this new guy is bad or anything, but the established voices by Rodney suddenly being completely different this far into the series took a while for me to get used to. That being said it is a good read and still adds to story quite well.