• The Lone Ranger Chronicles

  • By: James Reasoner
  • Narrated by: Ferdie Luthy
  • Length: 12 hrs and 36 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (20 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

The First Ever Collection of New Lone Ranger Prose Stories! The masked ex-Texas Ranger and his Native American companion Tonto fight injustice in the Wild West! Stories include meetings with The Cisco Kid, Wyatt Earp, and Doc Holliday, as well as the origin of Tonto and the origin of Silver! Edited by Matthew Baugh and Tim Lasiuta. Authors include Spur Award-winner Johnny D Boggs, James Reasoner, Mel Odom, Bill Crider, Matthew Baugh, Tim Lasiuta, Joe Gentile, Paul Kupperberg, Denny O''Neil, Kent Conwell, David McDonald, Thom Brannan, Troy D. Smith, Richard Dean Starr and E.R. Bower, Chuck Dixon, and Howard Hopkins.

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A Legend lives again.

A great Lone Ranger.book. It has everything. The origin of the Lone Ranger and Tonto’s friendship. How the Ranger got his horse Silver. The Lone Ranger and Tonto meeting great historical figures. Wyatt Earp, Doc Holiday, Batt Masterson, Judge Parker the hanging judge, General Sherman, and President Grant. Has the Ranger and Tonto having an adventure with the Cisco Kid. The book had also lot of western action and drama. Long live the Lone Ranger

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Who Was That Masked Man

As a youngster growing up in the late 50's, the Lone Ranger starring Clayton Moore was a favorite of mine. Along with The Cisco Kid and Roy Rogers, I was glued to the tube enjoying every minute of these early westerns. With a terrific introduction by the son of Clayton Moore, I was off to "those thrilling days of yesteryear".

In all honesty, the first several tales were a little too juvenile, but as the audio progressed, either I got used to it, or the stories just got better. No matter, as I continued to listen, the stories became more enjoyable and it was easy to visualize Clayton Moore as the masked man and Jay Silverheels as his loyal companion Tonto coming back to life in my head. Add to the fun, appearances by Doc Holliday, Wyatt Earp, Bat Masterson, and the Cisco Kidd made the listening even better. Of special mention is the tale involving the Cisco Kidd which is Cisco speaking in first person. Great stuff.

Ferdie Luthy does a commendable job with the narration overall. My only small complaint is he just could not quite pull off the deep baritone voice of the Lone Ranger. All others were excellent. If you are a true Lone Ranger fan, this is one not to be missed.

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A lot to enjoy here

In a variety of tales spanning nearly three decades, The Lone Ranger Chronicles has something for everyone. We get a series of tales that work together to retell the origin story, there are multiple stories where the Ranger and Tonto meet some actual Wild West figures (the first story with Doc Holliday being my favorite of these), and we even get a couple tales set during the waning years of the west. These two being my overall favorites and included such things as discovering dinosaur bones in the badlands and an older Lone Ranger dealing with a misguided interpretation of his form of justice.

Some of the tales are better than others and a few are for older listeners only, but if you’re a fan of this duo or interested in becoming one this collection’s for you.