REVIEW: The Redeemer’s #1
Book Title: The Redeemer’s #1
Book Description: This story starts off in the midwest in what appears to be the 1800’s. A child is outside playing with his dog when is told to go inside for dinner by his mother. As mother and child sit down to eat a danger lurks in the distance and makes its way toward the homestead, ending in an eventual attack. Off in the unseen distance a Marshal has been pursuing someone, only to hear the sound of gunshots and ride towards the danger where a battle between the marshal and the attacker takes place. Ending with the death of the attacker.
Book Author: HJ Whapeles
Book Format: Paperback
Publisher - Orgnization: Outland Entertainment
Illustrator: Shannon Potratz
- Interior Art(3.8)
- Cover Art(3.8)
This story starts off a little slow, but picks up very very quickly. Introducing us to a Mashal of some unnamed town, hunting demons of all things. Having read the story it reminds me a little of a ghost rider tale with heaven and hell in a constant battle.
But I feel this is just the beginning to a wonderful saga! I have always liked tales in the old west, growing up watching westerns with my parents. I am also a fan of ghost rider, and while this tale does not remotely involve a ghost rider character, the battle for heaven and hell in the old west is intriguing nonetheless!
The cover and interior artwork are phenomenal to look at! They bring the story to life and make the reader part of the story. Making me as the reader wanting more, and rooting for the protagonist of the story which in this case is the marshal.
This story I feel will just get better as time goes on, and the artwork matches panel for panel! This is definitely a story you should pick up if you like tales in the old west!
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