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We have left off the cavalry call since it has nothing to do with Jerry Goldsmith or his score. But the biggest difference is the inclusion of a cue that was missing from the previous release. The hunt for that cue took weeks — pulling every tape MGM had and frustratingly not finding it anywhere. The train also has on board a Marshall who is escorting a captured Federal prisoner named John Dekin. On its journey, there will be murders, conspiracies, sabotage, ambushes, rooftop fights, and Indians seeking revenge. The action is non-stop, and at times it is somewhat hectic, with one plot twist after another.

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My only complaint is that a whole lot of characters are introduced at the beginning of the book, and without much character description, it was difficult for me to keep them straight for awhile. Basically, this book is all about action and suspense, and it does an excellent job of delivering both. Feb 05, Jayanth rated it really liked it Shelves: used-books , fiction , mission-impossible , thriller , book-i-own , mystery , adventure. An entertaining thriller. Almost every scene is tense from start to finish.

A part of the book is a brilliant whodunnit and then it's out and out action. It's my first time reading a novel with a western american setting, you know, saloon bars, gunslingers, etc. This is also my first time reading Alistair MacLean and I like his writing style. Going to read more of his books if they promise the same amount of thrilling action all through the book.

Jul 23, Lenny Husen rated it really liked it. This was fun, and I can see why it was made into a movie. The female character was less weak than MacLean's usual useless beauties and actually helped the situation. I couldn't put it down. Jul 22, Stacy rated it liked it. Alistair MacLean is my favorite spy novelist from the s and s. Although this one, veers off into new territory by taking place after the civil war.


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Still suspenseful and exciting. Still fun. Very nostalgic. Good Yarn Some minor inconsistencies here and there, probably due to Mr. MacLean being English. But a fun read with some twists and turns. The book also spawned a rarely decent film. Apr 05, Al Datum rated it it was amazing.

I always wanted to read MacLean's Western novel.

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I was not disappointed. But whereas I expected some straight up fight sort of like a Die Hard style of book , it was far more intricate than that. A cholera outbreak is causing soldiers to sicken and die, and the relief train is hurryi I always wanted to read MacLean's Western novel. A cholera outbreak is causing soldiers to sicken and die, and the relief train is hurrying to bring needed medicine.

But as the train makes its way into the mountains, people start to disappear and die. And everyone is clearly not what they seem. At the fort is Sepp Calhoun, a notorious outlaw being returned for trial. But even in the fort, things aren't what they appear to be. This book has all the important elements. Excitement and intrigue, some really good fight scenes, crisp dialog, a really interesting setting, and a plot that keeps you guessing until the very end. I really loved this book and would highly recommend it to anyone seeking a solid western or an espionage novel in the best tradition of Alistair MacLean Oct 19, Richard rated it really liked it Shelves: american , crime , fiction , historical.

I enjoyed this one far more than any of these probably because I particularly like historic novels based in the 19th Century. This one is set in on a steam train travelling across the Rockies in the deep west of USA. Apart from Clive Cussler's Isaac Bell series, I don't think I've read a book of this specific genre, albeit Cussler's books are set slightly later in time. The author's writing is superb, as always. The characters are all well described and you can easily picture them in your head, always a good sign. The plot is great, involving a wide range of both renegades and good guys, not to mention the red indians.

If you like this period of American History, this is definitely worth a read. Feb 27, Tyler Cole rated it liked it Shelves: western , fiction , mystery , suspense. The story starts with a troop train traveling through the Rocky Mountains in the winter of with a destination of a remote Army outpost in Nevada that is supposedly plagued with cholera.

On the train are relief troops, medical supplies, other provisions and a wanted outlaw in the custody of a United States Marshal. Once the train gets underway, everything changes. The story takes several twists and turns filled with action and adventure. No one, with the exception of few, are what they appea The story starts with a troop train traveling through the Rocky Mountains in the winter of with a destination of a remote Army outpost in Nevada that is supposedly plagued with cholera.

No one, with the exception of few, are what they appear to be. It can be a little unbelievable at times, but the superb writing skills of Alistair MacLean makes this an enjoyable read. Feb 21, Ibrahim rated it it was ok Shelves: appropriate-for-tween , ok , western. MacLean is a mixed author for me, with some books I love, and some books I hate, and this is one that occupies the middle space, so it's OK as a quick, cheap read when you're on a long car ride or something; otherwise, Breakheart Pass isn't special, and quickly forgettable. It has some nice dialogue, but I just felt that the characters were all rather flat and undeveloped.

Please visit my blog for more Reviews, Parent Guide MacLean is a mixed author for me, with some books I love, and some books I hate, and this is one that occupies the middle space, so it's OK as a quick, cheap read when you're on a long car ride or something; otherwise, Breakheart Pass isn't special, and quickly forgettable. Going back to an old favorite, yes, finally something fun and exciting to read.

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Not perfect: I knew whom the hero was from the start, I sensed whom at least one of the villains was early, but unpredictable enough that the two characters I thought were villains because they were so over the top were not. No deep characters, all playing a role. Little long of a stream to get to the ultimate motive.

Some non creativity: MacLean used the name of the Indians and the snow topped roofs in other books. B Going back to an old favorite, yes, finally something fun and exciting to read. But fun, exciting, easy to read, unlike so much I've read lately, so 4 stars. Jun 27, Mark Borchers rated it really liked it.

How could a Scotsman possible write a decent Western? I was dubious, and therefore my critical faculties were on hair trigger as I read through the first couple of chapters of the book. Nevertheless, I became more and more absorbed in this suspenseful tale of a train ride through wintry wilderness to an Army fort stricken with illness. Something is amiss, someone is not what they seem, and MacLean is such a master of plot that you can't figure out how it's going to end.

Yep, I'm recommending peo How could a Scotsman possible write a decent Western?

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Yep, I'm recommending people read this western by a Scot. You'll enjoy it. Oct 23, Aaron rated it really liked it. Muscular adventure yarn, with strong pacing and an impressive story.

The dialogue and characters would have benefited from more vivid details--and vulgarity and bad language--but it all makes for a suspenseful western with some good twists. The intake of enormous injuries, not to mention numerous characters surviving endless treks across speeding train roofs, often grows wearisome and leads one to doubt the normality of some of the people involved in all this athletic combat. A good book to read Muscular adventure yarn, with strong pacing and an impressive story.

A good book to read in a warm bed. Mar 27, Subhojit rated it really liked it. This happens to be my first one on the Wild West and I must say it leaves me intrigued. Picturesque, sometimes grotesque, this would perhaps be one of his best works. The long, complex sentences told with a monotonicity that is matched only by the Macleanean skill of keeping the reader engrossed, are an added bonus. If you love the West, the Indians and outlaws, have a read.

Satisfaction guaranteed. Sep 15, Kate Millin rated it it was amazing. I really enjoyed this thriller, which had a few twists and turns in it that had me surprised, but which worked really well.

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Cast and crew. Tom Gries Director. Charles Bronson Deakin. Ben Johnson Pearce. Jill Ireland Marcia. Additional information Directors Tom Gries. Directors Tom Gries. Studio MGM. Subtitles English CC. Released year Age rating Parental guidance.