The canyon of death.
To survive the untamed wilderness a man needs all the friends he can get. No one can battle the continual dangers for long on his own. Even a fearless frontiersman like Nate King needs help now and then and he’s always ready to give it when it's needed. So when an elderly Shoshone warrior comes to Nate asking for help, Nate agrees to lend a hand - no matter how strange the request may be. The old warrior knows he doesn't have long to live and he wants to die in the remote canyon where his true love was killed many years before, slain by a giant bear straight out of Shoshone myth. No Shoshone will dare accompany the old warrior, so he and Nate will brave the dreaded canyon alone. And as Nate soon learns the hard way, some legends are far better left undisturbed.
What members say
- Billie James
Exciting as expected can't wait for the next one!
Would you consider the audio edition of Fang and Claw to be better than the print version?
Yes because you are really in the action.
What was one of the most memorable moments of Fang and Claw?
All of it!!!
Have you listened to any of Rusty Nelson’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
He really makes the books real.I listened to all the Posada books, they are my favorite.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
When he saw where his wife was burried, and was able to get himself there.
Any additional comments?
Rusty Nelson is my favorite reader.I have listened to all his series.