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5.0 out of 5 stars

on 13 May 2012
This book comes from the Goscinny/Morris hey day period when they were cranking out some of the best books that they wrote together, and this one is no exception. It is actually two stories back to back, the first being 14 pages being about a general amnesty which sets the Daltons free. The second more lively story, much longer from pages 15 to 46, features lots of mayhem with Apache warriors and the gloriously stupid dog Rin Tin Can and equally stupid Dalton Brother Averell who is mistaken for a clever sorcerer by the Apache warriors. A wonderful and classic addition to the Lucky Luke English translation collection.
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on 3 February 2014
My grandson loves Lucky Luke and this one is up to standard as regards the story, the sense of humor and the drawing
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