Shady Rest, Texas, has the dubious reputation for being the deadliest town in America. Getting yourself killed is as easy as blinking and twice as quick. Sure enough, Matt Jensen hasn't swallowed his whisky before the town's marshal is gunned down.
©2013 William W. Johnstone (P)2013 Recorded Books
Killing is a given in any "shoot'em up" western, but it was overdone in this one, in my opinion. Too much rape and murder.
Matt Jenson, the invincible hero, came to the rescue of a town who needed one.
There were so many characters it was hard to keep up with who was who, as the story switched from one town to the next, one set of characters to the next.
There didn't seem to be much depth to the story, I could not really get into it.
On a positive note, the narrator did a good job, although many of the characters sounded alike, he would distinguish the one speaking. He could have done better with the voices, had he fewer characters to portray.
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