A novel set in a fantastical version of the American West.
The noose jumper era was a chaotic time of lawlessness in the late 1800s when a growing tide of outlaws engaged in a race to become famous. Most of them ended up at the noose.
Three young men emerge from a small town in the territory of New Mexico. They are bound by a pact and guided by mysterious powerful beings that no one else can see. Together they must face off against the Sheriff of Puerta de la Muerte, a wicked man who cannot be struck by bullets. Are they destined to become legends, or are they just mere noose jumpers?
Noose Jumpers is written by Trevor H, Cooley, author of the highly acclaimed Bowl of Souls series.
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Western meets fantasy... cool!
I really loved the idea behind their individual talents. The whole fact that belief enhances that talent is a really cool idea.
Sandy, even though he has one of the deadliest talents in the book, he does not use it to kill, most of the time.
When Sandy saves the Coyote's son, when you have that sort of aim, even hopelessness doesn't stand a chance.
Even the best outlaws had help.
I received this book for free from the author, narrator, or publisher via audiobookboom for an unbiased review.
- Nate Jenks
Nice fantasy western