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ISBN:
0843954612
Author:
David Thompson
Category:
Genre Fiction
Language:
English
Publisher:
Leisure Books (April 4, 2006)
Pages:
182 pages
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1869 kb
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1870 kb
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Rating:
4.9
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Nate King has a lot to be happy about  . Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.

All this combined with cliff-hanger pauses made this a book that just had to be read in one sitting.

Ships from and sold by CDDVDDEALS. All this combined with cliff-hanger pauses made this a book that just had to be read in one sitting. And that's not all, David Thompson still manages to inject hints of what is to come, maybe, in further entries to the series; just what lives in the lake? Why do the Indians fear the glacier? And will Zach ever realise what Louisa was talking about? I don't know how David Thompson does it but this series just goes from strength to strength.

Lord Grizzly: Wilderness Written by David Thompson. Narrated by Rusty Nelson

Lord Grizzly: Wilderness Written by David Thompson. Narrated by Rusty Nelson. Nate King has a lot to be happy about. He and his family are settling into a new home, far from the taint of civilization. But is it possible to teach a wild griz to go against its murderous nature? Will Nate's plan be any match for the mammoth bear's four-inch claws and wickedly sharp teeth? Or will his family learn a fatal lesson of their own? Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere. Publisher: Books in Motion AudioReleased: Jun 2, 2018ISBN: 1641920491Format: audiobook.

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Written by David Thompson, Audiobook narrated by Rusty Nelson. Wilderness Series, Book 48. By: David Thompson. Narrated by: Rusty Nelson. Series: Wilderness Series, Book 48. Length: 5 hrs and 46 mins. Categories: Fiction, Westerns.

ISBN 10: 0843954612 ISBN 13: 9780843954616. Publisher: Leisure Books, 2006.

3 6 5 Author: David Thompson Narrator: Rusty Nelson

3 6 5 Author: David Thompson Narrator: Rusty Nelson. THE KING OF BEASTS – Nate King has a lot to be happy about. But the deep wilderness has its own set of dangers, including the greatest predator of them all: the giant grizzly. Nate has earned a reputation as Grizzly Killer, but this bear is different-this bear saved his life once, and Nate feels a debt of honor. Download books offline, listen to several books simultaneously, switch to kids mode, or try out a book that you never thought you would. But the deep wilderness has its own set of dangers, including the greatest predator of all: the giant grizzly.

Lord Grizzly (Wilderness) (No. 48) by David Thompson

Lord Grizzly (Wilderness) (No. 48) by David Thompson. David Swendsen: Badge in the Wilderness HC Book Combating Wildlife Violators 1st.

Lord Grizzly: Wilderness аудиокітабы, David Thompson. Nate has earned a reputation as Grizzly Killer, but this bear is different - this bear saved his life once, and Nate feels a debt of honor. Таңдаулы кітаптарға міндетті айлық төлемінсіз жылдам кіру мүмкіндігі. Аудиокітаптарды Android, iOS, Chromecast және Google Assistant арқылы онлайн немесе офлайн режимінде тыңдаңыз. But is it possible to teach a wild griz to go against its murderous nature? Will Nate's plan be any match for the mammoth bear's four-inch claws and wickedly sharp teeth?

While settling into a new home far away from civilization, Nate King, a.k.a. the Grizzly Killer, encounters the very same bear that once saved his life and must make a difficult decision. Original.
  • Tuliancel
would use again
  • Mohn
he gives it a five star because they draw you in and won't let you go until the end. the entire series is worth getting.
  • Vit
If you are looking to add to your series, this is a must have book, get it before they are gone.
  • Asher
A+
  • Uanabimo
Another easy read in the Wilderness Series, but I feel this is the worse book I've read in the series. The entire "plot" involved Nate planning and attempting to train a grizzly. Sure, it saved his life on his first trip to the valley, but make it a pet instead of killing it? Another liberal inspired idea that was a terrible idea.
Fortunately, only Nate felt that way; the other six people in the valley, family and friends, tried to explain that fact. You kill wild animals before they kill you. Well, Nate survived, but as Shakespeare suggested in the end, maybe he'll try it with a chipmunk next time.
Then in the middle of the final battle, man against beast, the author threw me another curve. "Sliced in twain" drove me to the dictionary. "Sliced in two" would have been more fitting in a Western for us not exposed to such elitist drivel!
But now it's on to the next one, and guess what? Nate battles a wolverine? If I didn't like his character so much, I'd be rooting for the wild animal!
Norm
  • IGOT
Deep in the Wilderness the King family, and friends, have set up their new homes. But this valley is shared by one of the greatest predators of all: the giant grizzly. Disregarding the protests of his family, Nate King wants to try to teach the grizzly to go against its murderous nature, to train it to leave them be, to share the valley with them in peace. But is this dream possible or will the grizzly teach him and his family a fatal lesson of their own?

David Thompson has again come up with an excellent entry into the Wilderness series. A book not only filled with a terrific storyline but one that presents the reader with a number of thought provoking elements; such as can a grizzly be trained, what is love, and Indian tales of creatures of legend.

As the book moves rapidly to its savage conclusion Thompson manages to slip in hints of stories that may appear in later books in the series, thus making this reader eager for more.

If you haven't bought this yet then what are you waiting for? Highly recommended!
  • White_Nigga
The King families thrilling saga continues along with Shakespeare McNair and Blue Water Women as they arrive in the location they have decided to start their new lives. The story evolves around Nates decision to train the king of the valley, `Lord Grizzly` to accept a peaceful relationship with him and his family. His quandary was in developing a plan to convince a massive unpredictable monstrosity to not eat potential prey. Unfortunately Zach encounters `Lord Grizzly` before Nate can figure out a plan and finds himself in a ride for his life as he is overtaken and barely manages to avoid being slashed or mauled by the timely arrival of Nate, who then decides to take the initiative and drive the bear to an isolated valley. Content he has succeeded he returns home only to find that the bear had followed him and what ensues is a fast paced battle between man and one of the most primal monstrosities still in existence until all Nate has left to defend himself with is a knife and tomahawk which he utilizes to do the unpredictable, with firm resolution he attacks the bear.

As usual a very thrilling story in the continual adventures of the King family and highly recommended not only for fans but would be fans as well. David always endeavors to fill his books with facts that leave me surfing the net to learn more and, as usual, I find myself enlightened after finishing one of his books. In this one in particular I learned interesting facts about animals, several old Indian legends about mysterious people, customs, animals and even their belief in Creation and how closely it ties with the basic Christian views. Also, as always when Shakespeare is involved in the story, there is an abundance of quotes from the `Bard', most of which are so ingeniously incorporated into the storyline one must surmise that the author is an expert on the subject of `Shakespeare` and has the ability to quote him from memory and apply it to any situation.

Overall, this is a superb addition to the Wilderness series, and having read them all to date, would consider this one of the author's best.