Seminole

Seminole➢ Seminole Ebook ➨ Author Donald Clayton Porter – Heartforum.co.uk To avenge the murder of his father and the kidnapping of his beloved, Renno plunges into the swampy forests of Florida to confront his treacherous enemy, a renegade soldier, and a tribe of Seminoles To avenge the murder of his father and the kidnapping of his beloved, Renno plunges into the swampy forests of Florida to confront his treacherous enemy, a renegade soldier, and a tribe of Seminoles.

The Colonization of America series was renamed to The White Indian Series with Book V, Renno Noel B Gerson akaAnne Marie Burgess, Samuel Edwards, Leon Phillips, Donald Clayton Porter, Dana Fuller Ross with James Reasoner.

Seminole Kindle Ä Mass Market Paperback
  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 343 pages
  • Seminole
  • Donald Clayton Porter
  • English
  • 26 July 2017
  • 0553253530

10 thoughts on “Seminole

  1. Mister Jones says:

    Eh, it s a hokey read, one that requires you to suspend belief, and if you can accept that it will make this read pretty enjoyable if the whole cowboys Indian thing is stilling residing in your gray matter The prose moves at a rapid pace with plenty of bloodshed like plenty of scalping even a castration ,and a great deal of characterizations some that teeter quite close to stereotypes The dialogue is trite It s the whole noble savage and American colonists thing Hey, I loved it I need Eh, it s a hokey read, one that requires you to suspend belief, and if you can accept that it will make this read pretty enjoyable if the whole cowboys Indian thing is stilling residing in your gray matter The prose moves at a rapid pace with plenty of bloodshed like plenty of scalping even a castration ,and a great deal of characterizations some that teeter quite close to stereotypes The dialogue is trite It s the whole noble savage and American colonists thing Hey, I loved it I need to readbooks in this series

  2. Ryan Burt says:

    For a 2 month period I went through the first dozen of this series I remember enjoying it in high school and they have collected dust on the shelf since Every time I looked at them I thought I should read them again but not having an electronic version hampered my desire I finally got back into the world of the Seneca tribe when the pilgrims first came to this country Following multipal generations of this family is enjoyable Held up pretty good.

  3. Jeff Dickison says:

    The White Indian Series should have been a good series It is set in colonial America and has a great protagonist, but Porter is such a lousy writer that he detracts from, rather than adds to, the series His dialogue is stilted and not at all believable To bad I was prepared to really like this.

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