Hi all, 

Been awhile since I have seen any postings here.  I would love to 
have some in depth conversations about Zane Grey's books, 
characters, story lines, wonderful abilities to paint a masterpiece 
with his words, as vividly as a painter would with paint. 

I have travelled to parts of the US since reading some of Zane 
Grey's books and instantly recognized scenes I had only seen in my 
imagination prior, as provided by Zane Grey's words. 

I have changed my attitude towards some folks, as I saw from Zane 
Grey's writings how people could be "good" and be seen in the eyes 
of the "law" as bad.  

What amazes me the most about his writings were the vivid portayal 
he made of things I have still not seen. Such as the ice caves and 
prehistoric cliffs in Riders of the Purple Sage, and the creatures 
described in Wanderer of the Wilderness, the amazing events of the 
Western Union novel, etc. 

What is so unfortunate is that while Zane Grey inspired many movies, 
none that I have seen have even come close to matching the grandness 
of his work.   ITs like he can describe something more clearly than 
filmmakers can reproduce for real.  

I feel that my life in enriched by his writings. 

Anyone care to pick up this thread and share their thoughts?

Steve Millman

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