Imagine if Romeo and Juliet were set among the sheep ranching families of Arizona. Add in a heavy dash of frontier action and adventure, and that neatly sums up the plot of Zane Grey’s „To the Last Man”, which follows a blossoming romance among members of feuding clans in the vast open plains of the Wild West. „To the Last Man” is the story of Arizona’s Pleasant Valley War, one of the most legendary conflicts of the Old West. Son of a cattleman, Jean Isbel tests family loyalty by falling in love with the daughter of a sheepherder, Ellen Jorth. The rivalry of generations is reawakened and the lovers are caught in the crossfire in a story that takes a chapter from the real family feuds of the early American West. The story was based on an actual feud in Arizona that Zane Grey researched.