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10 thoughts on “The Fourth Horseman

  1. says:

    This was an excellent book I really enjoy historical fiction and this first person narrative about Doc Holliday was really good His style was terse, with some spots ofdescription, which I think entirely fit with Holliday s persona It was such a sad tale of a misplaced life all of his hopes and dreams stolen by tuberculosisbut there was still a hint that he had the rage in him when he was very young I also thought it was interesting that he was basically the same person in society This was an excellent book I really enjoy historical fiction and this first person narrative about Doc Holliday was really good His style was terse, with some spots ofdescription, which I think entirely fit with Holliday s persona It was such a sad tale of a misplaced life all of his hopes and dreams stolen by tuberculosisbut there was still a hint that he had the rage in him when he was very young I also thought it was interesting that he was basically the same person in society as Wyatt Earp, one of his good friends, yet he was cast as the villain, while Earp enjoyed the white knight persona Really good


  2. says:

    I highly recommend this historical novel to anyone interested in Doc Holliday I shared it with my mother, who said it rang true compared to stories told to her about Doc by Sister Melanie, Doc s cousin.


  3. says:

    We can t say enough good things about this book When we first read it, we were absolutely certain it would win all the finest western literary awards No one has ever gotten into Doc Holliday s mind the way Randy Lee Eickhoff does in this book.


  4. says:

    Award winning author outdoes himself If you like the genre you ll love the book.


  5. says:

    It took me 4 months to finish this book I guess my love of Val Kilmers portrayal of Doc Holliday will have to suffice.I liked the early middle chunk of the book, but in general I found it difficult to slog through Just not my cup of tea, I suspect.


  6. says:

    The story of Doc Holliday told from the 1st person perspective of Holliday Very well written The author s descriptive writing excels at putting the reader in the locations, in the hotel rooms In Part 4, the last part of the story, I found that the writing gets even better,intense On one level this is a story of the west, a story of a string of shoot outs But there are multiple levels to the story For one, Holliday represents the fading west As he travels through the west, we experie The story of Doc Holliday told from the 1st person perspective of Holliday Very well written The author s descriptive writing excels at putting the reader in the locations, in the hotel rooms In Part 4, the last part of the story, I found that the writing gets even better,intense On one level this is a story of the west, a story of a string of shoot outs But there are multiple levels to the story For one, Holliday represents the fading west As he travels through the west, we experience how civilization law order follows pushing him westward until there is only civilization At another level, this is a morality tale of a person dealing with his known fate and how it drives him It s a story of love, revenge, and loyalty On the other hand, seeing Holliday s life through his own eyes, can t help but examine whether or not he was a natural psychopath or did his fate of TB make him a psychopath This aspect is to take his story in a contemporary perspective because in today s world Holliday would likely be considered a serial killer during which in his mind he is wielding a out of form of justice Also, the story provides insight into the gun culture as Holliday s life rests on guns and using them In all likelihood, the author was not intending this, but I think this issue is there Finally, the author s description of gambling and how cheating is done is an education, and an intriguing and fascinating aspect of the story I look forward to readingby Eickhoff


  7. says:

    For anyone who like the story of the OK Corral and Dodge city, here is a tale about one of the most intriguing players Doc HolidayYes, I find Doc Holiday to be very intriguing, and this book caught my eye in the strangest of placesthe grocery store Its a good story, most likely filled with some of Doc s story that you hadn t heard before.


  8. says:

    Doc Hollidayneed I say


  9. says:

    Excellent read for those Doc Holiday fans.


  10. says:

    Very good bio of Doc Holliday Not sure how historically accurate it is but most of the major events of his life are covered Recommended


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The Fourth Horseman The Legend Of Doc Holliday Comes To Light In This Tragic First Person Account Of The Old West After Tuberculosis Cuts Shorts Short His Plans To Become A Dentist, Doc Heads West, Destined To Become The Lone Outsider At The OK Corral Gunfight From The Award Winning Author Of Bowie

  • Paperback
  • 610 pages
  • The Fourth Horseman
  • Randy Lee Eickhoff
  • English
  • 05 April 2017
  • 0812571835

About the Author: Randy Lee Eickhoff

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