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Publisher's Summary

The 1870s. A peaceful town in Iowa territory. The townspeople dislike their new visitor. An Indian man. But they are about to find out that the color of his skin is the least of their worries.
A young man, James Johnson, illegitimate son of the legendary Wyatt Earp, dreams of adventure and following in his daddy's footsteps. James and his mentally disabled friend, Carson, are about to come face to face with an evil previously unimaginable in their little town. An evil they invited in.
All hell's about to break loose.
Supernatural forces are at work and the body count is rising.
Curse of the Ancients is the first novel in the Son of Earp series by Chuck Buda. It is approximately 57,000 words and contains adult language and scenes of horror. Listener discretion is strongly advised.
©2016 Chuck Buda (P)2016 Chuck Buda
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3 out of 5 stars
By Emily on 06-14-18

Good

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

This was a good book - I loved the friendship between James and Carson, they were great together.

I wasn't quite expecting a shifter western story, but it was written well and even though it was like there was a mass conglomeration of different genres, the novel just sort of worked well.

The characters were well characterized and likeable.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Joseph VanBuren on 05-23-18

It's all about the characters

This is a cool western story with a supernatural twist, but it is really about the characters. The 19th century setting allows for two different perspectives, from the whites and from Native Americans. As the story unfolds, the curse is revealed through multiple points of view. The narrator does a good job of using different voices for different characters. An enjoyable listen.

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