William W. Johnstone – Preacher and The Mountain Caesar

One man and…

No one remembered when he’d come to the mountains – it seemed that Preacher had always been there. He’d seen a great deal in the unmapped mountains and forests of the grand North American frontier. In fact, he’d just told a friend that he wasn’t surprised by anything anymore. But Preacher hadn’t seen Nova Roma yet….

…A deadly dream of glory

Suddenly, Preacher is faced with the strangest, most dangerous army the High Lonesome has ever seen. It’s leader is a blood-mad fanatic right out of the ancient history books. All Preacher’s got on his side are his brother mountain men: tough as hardtack good old boys like Philadelphia Braddock and Frenchie Dupree; the Arapaho warrior Bold Pony; and his surefire Walker Colt…

Author: William W. Johnstone
Narrator: J. Rodney Turner
Duration: 9 hours 53 minutes
Released: 19 Oct 2009
Publisher: Tantor Audio
Language: English

User Review:

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Preacher in Ancient Rome…on the frontier?!? Sorry folks, this is a sad case of our favorite Western Pulp author running out of juice. So…he delved into his dusty texts (*The Rise and Fall of the Roman Empire* comes to mind) and spewed horse-pucky replete with togas and gladiators. This book was so inane, so utterly stupid, that I am considering swearing off my Preacher Pulp Addiction. Hey William W. Johnstone, as The Who said, *We won’t be fooled again.* This book was total nonsense! Please, don’t do this again.

However, J. Rodney Turner (narrator) is a voice from the past (or the cowboy apocalypse). He is amazing.