↠ The Justice Riders || ↠ PDF Read by ☆ Chuck Norris Ken Abraham Aaron Norris Tim Grayem


  • Title: The Justice Riders
  • Author: Chuck Norris Ken Abraham Aaron Norris Tim Grayem
  • ISBN: 9780805444308
  • Page: 227
  • Format: Paperback

  • From the gold and silver mines of California and Nevada to the wide open plains of Texas, the American West was a wild frontier in the 1870s where dangerous outlaws pursued devilish dreams of fortune But there were other men of simple faith, unsung Civil War heroes who would adventure west bringing justice to places that had none Those they called The Justice Riders TFrom the gold and silver mines of California and Nevada to the wide open plains of Texas, the American West was a wild frontier in the 1870s where dangerous outlaws pursued devilish dreams of fortune But there were other men of simple faith, unsung Civil War heroes who would adventure west bringing justice to places that had none Those they called The Justice Riders The debut novel by Chuck Norris and friends.
    Chuck Norris Ken Abraham Aaron Norris Tim Grayem
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    Commentaires:

    Greg
    You know a book HAS to be good when it takes four authors to write it. A Christian Western written by Chuck Norris & Co. I don't know what to say about this book. In ways it makes Left Behind look like High Literature. It's a terrible book on so many levels. Which one to choose to start with? Gosh, I don't know. It's been about three years or so since I read this, so my memory of the details are hazy, but some of the awfulness was so vivid it has stuck with me. One. This is a sort of histori [...]

    Shane
    It reads a lot like an episode of Walker Texas Ranger. The dialogue is a bit stilted and the exposition is clunky, but quite entertaining none the less. Justice Riders follows Ezra Justice and a hand selected band of men assigned to "special tasks" by General Sherman at the end of the Civil War. These men are assigned to harrass confederate troops to buy time for the North, escort troops freed from Andersonville(Civil War POW camp in the South) to the St. Louis, and then to a special, more perso [...]

    Bri
    I despise this book. Unfortunately I cannot stop reading books halfway through, so I was forced to finish this piece of crap excuse for literature. I don't recommend this book to anyone.

    Behnam Riahi
    The following review has been copied from behnamriahi.tumblrThe Justice Riders, written by Chuck Norris, Ken Abraham, Aaron Norris, and Tim Grayem and published by Broadman & Holman Publishers is a third-person action-adventure, western, Christian novel written primarily from the point of view of Captain Ezra Justice, Union soldier during the Civil War. When General Sherman wants to bring a quick end to the war, he calls upon Ezra Justice, a man who lives up to his name, to put together a te [...]

    Sara Herceg
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    Noah McClintock
    I like Chuck Norris but he is not a good writer. I have seen and own almost every movie he has made. Then I got this book as a present along with the sequel. I started reading it and I've already decided that this is one of the worst books I have ever read. The plot is bad. The characters are one dimensional. The writing is awful. It's boring. Everything that could be wrong about a book is in this book. Now, I am a big Chuck Norris fan and as a Chuck Norris fan I say do not read this at all. The [...]

    Emily-Jane Orford
    Hmm! I really don't know what to say. There was a plot here, somewhere, I think, towards the middle of the book. The first half was very rambly and time shifts were incoherent and confusing. The story has potential, there is some really good description and the action is certainly up to Norris's standard, but the plot needs work. Also, the main character is Ezra Justice. Sometimes he's called Ezra and sometimes Justice and sometimes both in the same sentence. It took a while to realize that Ezra [...]

    Corey
    Rather than use the form of the novel to fill in exposition through backstory or inner monologues, everything is said out loud, leading the reader to assume that, wounded in battle, the Justice Riders collectively suffer from short-term memory loss, and only the constant repetition of their past exploits keeps their memories alive. And as much as I admire the moxie of a novel that actually contains the utterance, “You’ve got to be…aarraghh! Help!” I must cry foul on the literary merit of [...]

    Mark Baker
    A multi-racial elite force is trying to tie up loose ends after the Civil War. The action scenes are great, but the characters and overall plot are just okay.Read my full review at Carstairs Considers.

    Ladonna Mielke
    So, this one was interesting I liked the history with the Civil War, but the storyline drug in the middle. It got better towards the end, but predictable. The characters were OK, I liked some and others were just there. I do think some of my students would like it, since they seem to like anything that involves Chuck!

    Lisa Rodriguez
    Book 1 of the Justice Riders. A western. About couple of Civil War soilders trying to get back to their homes, after the war that change the nation. Great book I could not put it down I waited for about a year to read the 2nd book, when I found it inside a christan book store. Great for Anyone, Use caution however there is little bit of violence for those young readers

    Eric Rogers
    Truly, a great read. As some have said, maybe simple or cheesy; but thoughtful, character challenging and sadly of an era gone to minds today. Heroic and believable as part of actual American history - though a fiction story.

    Nick
    I felt an unshakeable compulsion to read a novel by Chuck Norris. So far so good. Actually it was pretty bad even for a Kung Fu master. Reading this book felt like recieving multiple roundhouse kicks to the head.

    RobertGarcia
    Wild Wild western story with morale and just great old fashion story telling. Great flow of reading. Couldn't ask for time well spent with an entertaining book.

    Kristi
    It was ok.

    Keith
    Really good fiction if you like the western/civil war genre. Also contains great references to the power of Christ's forgiveness.

    Barb
    I wasn't expecting a lot from this book, but I was surprised. It was very good and I really enjoyed it.

    Glenn
    For me a very enjoyable story - fast paced with a win for good over evil Good old fashioned western

    Karyn
    This was actually better than I expected. A little cheezy, as you can just envision Chuck Norris as Capt. Justice. All in all, I enjoyed it, a pretty good Civil War story with many actual facts.

    Garo
    I like westerns, so I enjoyed the storyline. It was action packed while delivering the salvation story of Jesus Christ.

    Jessica
    Chuck Norrisenough said :)

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