Cowboy Ending

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Cowboy Ending

Cowboy Ending Women are disappearing in the City of Winnipeg The police are at their wits end the media is in an uproar and Joe is struggling to pay his bills as a Nightclub Bouncer No stranger to violence or dece

  • Title: Cowboy Ending
  • Author: Adam Knight
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 140
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Women are disappearing in the City of Winnipeg The police are at their wits end, the media is in an uproar and Joe is struggling to pay his bills as a Nightclub Bouncer No stranger to violence or deception and dealing with shocking abilities, Joe becomes enmeshed in the case when he recognises one of the victims and is compelled to learn the truth.

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    1. Joy Whiteside on said:

      Guest review by the monkey.The wrestler has a mind. When I picked up this book, I wasn't sure what to expect. What I found was a fasinating hero origin story. I found this book very compelling and well written, the characters very well fleshed out. Being in Winnipeg myself, his way of describing the environment left me a little geeky ("I know that place!")I have recommended this to a few friends and can hardly wait for a physical copy of it to show off.

    2. Skye Carrette on said:

      Overdrive: Cowboy Ending is the first installment of what I hope to be a long series.  As such, it does take a bit of time for the plot to get set up, but with realistic, diverse characters and a well paced, interesting backstory you really don't even notice.  I read the last 2 thirds in a sitting, and that doesn't happen often!The narrator, Joe, is realistic and down to earth.  He tells his story with excellent voice.  He's someone I can relate to.  And I love the 4th Wall br [...]

    3. Steph Galloway on said:

      I'll admit, I got this book as a freebie from Adam the author (I'm from the UK and don't know him, so this isn't fake).Who am I to turn down a free read. I have to say I really enjoyed this book. The lead character is very realistic (not heard much of in the genre) and the plot is grittely captivating. It's urban fantasy without being too steeped in the weird side. I thought this was a great introduction to the series and I'm eagerly awaiting the next one - Dec 2013. The books, if the series evo [...]

    4. renmus1510 on said:

      As with other reviewers, I received this free from the author (can't remember where I stumbled across the link). With some hesitation I started reading it having been burned by intro freebies before. Within 20 pages I was hooked. The hero at first seems like a bit of an anti-hero, but you soon start rooting for him. I do think I will be getting the next book in the series. Congratulations Mr. Knight - I *almost* want to visit Winnipeg.

    5. Suzanne Wall on said:

      Great read! If you like suspence and action, you'll like this book! Super great story line and can't wait for th next one!

    6. Alex Boschmans on said:

      Excellent book with a good story from a new author. Slowly building to a satisfying kick-ass climax. Also a hero that is a bit older is more than welcome.

    7. Tiffany Jones on said:

      Enjoyable ReadI greatly enjoyed the story told in this book; however the grammatical errors were very difficult to ignore. It was the worst in the very beginning, but seemed to get better as the book went on, that or my powers of subconscious correction did. Very compelling story that wasn't as harlequinn in nature as the cover suggested (for which I was thankful)

    8. Ann Alton on said:

      FunFirst, a couple of things. The book needs editing. It's not non-stop action. BUT- the characters are awesome, the premise is awesome, and plotting very good. Definitely reading the next one!

    9. Selena on said:

      A lot like the Dresden series. Self depreciation humor abounds in this Dresden like series. Was a fun read and finished it in a day. Picking up the next one.

    10. Matthew on said:

      This is regarding Cowboy Ending, Overdrive book 1 and Outlaw Justice, Overdrive book 2.Someone put this forward (I think there was some kind of giveaway link or something, but I digress). I read a lot of urban fantasy so that I can steal ideas for my DFRPG group. As a result of this, I read a lot of BAD urban fantasy. This series was surprisingly good. I’m pretty wordy, so there’s a fair bit coming up and some of it may be spoilers for characters and style but I’ll try to keep the plot und [...]

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