The Holy Road

CD - unabridged
Audio (10 discs)
Product Number: C1840
Released: Jul 23, 2002
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ISBN: #9781402529283
Narrator/s: Bruce Boxleitner
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The Holy Road is the eagerly anticipated sequel to the runaway #1 best-seller Dances with Wolves--a phenomenally popular novel that became one of the most celebrated films in history. Author Michael Blake won an Academy Award for the film's screenplay. Eleven years have passed since former Lt. John Dunbar became the Comanche warrior Dances With Wolves. Now married to Stands With A Fist, he and his three children live peacefully in the village of Ten Bears. But when a group of white rangers attacks, Stands With A Fist and her infant daughter are carried off. Along with Kicking Bird and Wind In His Hair, Dances With Wolves decides to fight back. He knows that he alone can move among the white people to rescue his wife and child. Told with the same epic sweep as its predecessor, The Holy Road is a moving story that readers will cherish. Stage and screen veteran Bruce Boxleitner delivers an impassioned narration that propels listeners through the full gamut of emotions.

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Author(s): Michael Blake

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Author(s): Michael Blake
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Author(s): Michael Blake
Narrator(s): Bruce Boxleitner
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Professional reviews

"In the sequel to DANCES WITH WOLVES, the Comanche warrior by that name continues his struggle to preserve his adopted way of life against the white man's ever encroaching efforts to destroy the Native American culture. Bruce Boxleitner's gravelly voice suits the rough story of a rough life. With barely perceptible shifts in tone, and slightly more evident applications of regional accents, he differentiates among young and elderly Comanche, white Quakers, politicians, women, and children, presenting all of them with dignity as befits their characters. Boxleitner's narrative passages flow naturally, carrying the listener through the wide open spaces of the plains and the desert Southwest as if carried on the backs of Comanche ponies. R.P.L. (c) AudioFile 2002, Portland, Maine"

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