Cattle Brands

Read by Nathalie J.

(3.7 stars; 53 reviews)

Cattle Brands is a collection of 14 entertaining short stories depicting not only the life of cowboys in the wild, wild West, but also the harrowing skirmishes with banditos, thrilling shoot-outs, attempt at and the recapture of stolen chattel from fierce desperados, and much, much more exciting accounts that make one think it all actually happened. (Summary by Kehinde) (6 hr 42 min)


Drifting North 33:21 Read by Nathalie J.
Seigerman's Per Cent 30:29 Read by Nathalie J.
"Bad Medicine" 20:42 Read by Nathalie J.
A Winter Round-Up 23:54 Read by Nathalie J.
A College Vagabond 27:05 Read by Nathalie J.
The Double Trail 28:25 Read by Nathalie J.
Rangering 35:00 Read by Nathalie J.
At Comanche Ford 33:55 Read by Nathalie J.
Around the Spade Wagon 31:50 Read by Nathalie J.
The Ransom of Don Ramon Mora 36:41 Read by Nathalie J.
The Passing of Peg-Leg 27:26 Read by Nathalie J.
In the Hands of his Friends 27:40 Read by Nathalie J.
A Question of Possession 14:01 Read by Nathalie J.
The Story of a Poker Steer 32:26 Read by Nathalie J.


Great Old Tales

(5 stars)

This LibriVox volunteer's voice is hypnotic! These tales are not appropriate for young audience members, if you've a Horse crazy child, as there are graphic details of life on the trail.


(5 stars)

Great tales narrated by a LibriVox Volunteer of the highest quality.

Very Interesting

(5 stars)

Really neat stories. Widely varied. EXCELLENT reader too.

only because of the reader. stories are fun.

(2 stars)

wonderful old cowboy tales

(4 stars)

Reader was okay, but mispronounced words were annoying.

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(2.5 stars)


Not the voice for this title...

(0.5 stars)

The book is excellent, but this lady's voice is misplaced in this genre. I listened for about 1/2 a minute then had to turn it off. Listen to one of Richard Kilmer's renditions and then listen to this and you'll see what I mean. Nothing wrong with her voice, but it's not meant for westerns written from a man's perspective. In fact, given the appropriate topic/perspective, I would probably enjoy her voice very much.


(3.5 stars)

The last story was unique. The reader tried, but she needs to read romance novels, not westerns. Your fault, not hers.