The Canyon by Jack Schaefer audiobook

The Canyon

By Jack Schaefer
Read by Eric G. Dove

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3.49 Hours Unabridged
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Deep in Cheyenne territory, years prior to the arrival ofEuropean settlers, a war hungry group of Cheyenne Indians meet and plan toattack a rival tribe. One young Cheyenne, Little Bear, refuses to fight. LittleBear has earned admiration for his courage and skill in hunting, but now, as arite of passage into adulthood, he must spend two weeks alone in the wilds,eating only what nature provides. During this retreat, in the dark of night, hefalls precipitously into a deep canyon. Is Little Bear tough enough to survive? An adventure story that unfolds with quiet intensity, The Canyon is a Jack Schaefer classicnot to be missed. First published in 1953, TheCanyon was one of Schaefer’s personal favorites.

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Finalist for the 2014 Audie Award for Best Package Design

Deep in Cheyenne territory, years prior to the arrival ofEuropean settlers, a war hungry group of Cheyenne Indians meet and plan toattack a rival tribe. One young Cheyenne, Little Bear, refuses to fight. LittleBear has earned admiration for his courage and skill in hunting, but now, as arite of passage into adulthood, he must spend two weeks alone in the wilds,eating only what nature provides. During this retreat, in the dark of night, hefalls precipitously into a deep canyon. Is Little Bear tough enough to survive?

An adventure story that unfolds with quiet intensity, The Canyon is a Jack Schaefer classicnot to be missed. First published in 1953, TheCanyon was one of Schaefer’s personal favorites.

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Author Bio: Jack Schaefer

Author Bio: Jack Schaefer

Jack Warner Schaefer (1907–1991) was born in Cleveland, Ohio, studied at Oberlin College and Columbia University, and was a career journalist and editor. He is best known for his Western novels. In 1975 he received the Western Literature Association’s Distinguished Achievement award. Shane, his most famous work, was published in 1949, and was made into a critically acclaimed movie in 1953. It became a standard by which later Westerns were judged.

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Available Formats : Digital Download
Category: Fiction/Westerns
Runtime: 3.49
Audience: Adult
Language: English