The Texicans Paperback – 1 Oct 2007
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Top Customer Reviews
Every character is so wonderfully believable and I loved how they developed during the story. Katrin, so weepy and wet at the beginning, becomes a truly strong frontierswoman able to turn her hand and brain to anything, without her pre-occupied husband Joseph really noticing until the end. I feel she is the defining personality of this story and thought it so clever that the author leaves Joseph until the very end to realise how vital she is in his life and how - in his own selfish way - finds that he probably loves her and cannnot really do without her quiet skills.
I found one intriguing point that none of the Magazine Reviews I saw, mentioned - the absolute lack of this new and awful political correctness that abounds in America. Vida defied current convention in showing the historical truth, that Indians were generally cruel stone-age barbarians and pretty much target practice for the settlers and that not all Texas Rangers were warm and wonderful human beings committed to law and order and acting in such a way Hollywood could always cast them as the goodies.Read more ›