Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 4. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Nov 23, Violet rated it really liked it Shelves: westerns. Excellent story. Smoke Jensen and his two Mexican gunfighter friends have given up that kind of life to marry and go into ranching. However, when Carbone and Martine have major problems with the outlaw Carvajal, Smoke leaves his ranch and goes south to help his friends. I particularly like the bit of interaction with 10 year old Bobby.
Smoke is a really good guy. Jul 28, Richard Guerrero rated it really liked it. Enjoyed the 12th book of the smoke Jensen series. Did love when they brought his two Mexican friends characters into the series. A must read Smoke Jensen series is a fast funny and surreal to read, and it is a addictive hard to put down and lovable characters.
Sep 12, Larry rated it it was amazing. Another great story of the Mountain Man Smoke Jensen, very well written Jan 14, Adriel Salzgeber rated it it was amazing. Great book. Lots of action.
Never read a book in 2 days before. Smoke Jenson man with a conscience. These books are so good, I can hardly put them down. I enjoy how Smoke is always helping people with getting rid of bad people. Feb 24, Rob Smith, Jr. After a few lackluster entries prior to 12 in the series, this entry takes off re-exploring the life of Smoke Jensen. I love how Smoke's ride to the rescue if derailed many times and one of those derailments is connected directly to his home and wife.
The first two thirds of the book is terrific in depicting all of this. The last third is the pretty standard Johnstone battle against the bad After a few lackluster entries prior to 12 in the series, this entry takes off re-exploring the life of Smoke Jensen.
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Gorilla Teeth. Penis Jihad. Big Hands. The Long Yellow Winter. A Milestone In Human Failure. War Machine. Requiem For A Gringo. Q: Foreign Policy A: Bombs. He subsequently became obsessed over this vision of the Earth in flames, which contributed to his pyromania.
As with the rest of the Cobra Unit, his codename reflects the specific emotion he experienced whilst on the battlefield; he felt a boundless and unrelenting rage towards the world and everything he was fighting. After describing his vision of the Earth in flames to Snake, the two fought one another. After a grueling battle, The Fury was eventually defeated by Snake, who had managed to tear his flame retardant suit and make him vulnerable to attack.
Accepting defeat, the heavily-injured Cobra lamented the passing of almost his entire unit, proclaiming that The Boss was the only one left, and that he was off to join The Sorrow in death. Comforted somewhat that the fires of Hell would "purge him clean," The Fury removed his helmet and began to relive his former life as a cosmonaut.
His fiery remains, however, continued to pursue Snake as far as the exit, where his microbomb detonated in the narrow doorway and triggered a cave-in, rendering the tunnel inaccessible. The Fury exhibited a grand and bombastic attitude, with hints of delusional insanity behind his words. He was proud of his experience as a soldier and cosmonaut, in which he honed his furious resentment at being alive. His near-death experience had caused him to adopt this insane mentality, concluding that this very same epiphany and rage he felt must be shared towards his enemies; describing it as a "scorching heat" of "horrible blackness.
The Fury wore a fireproof Soviet cosmonaut suit, equipped with a jetpack and a powerful flamethrower. Seller Inventory VIB Satisfaction Guaranteed! Book is in Used-Good condition.
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No Jacket. Ex-library rebound 8vo hardcover without dust jacket. Biographical sketches of the participants by scholars of the subject and with introductions by the editor LeRoy R. First edition unstated. Book has usual library markings, pocket, stamps, label, etc. The contents appear clean, complete, and securely bound with sepia illustrations.
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Seller Inventory u Condition: Fine. Gilbert, Eugene illustrator. A beautiful clean crisp hardcover copy in fine condition.
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