Creek Nation Lighthorse Sergeant John Littlefeather is sent to Nevada with an extradition warrant. When he arrives, he finds that his prisoner has been released. John, disguised as a prospector, hopes to make a citizen's arrest, but instead must make a strange alliance in order to challenge a greater evil than the man he is after.
Would you try another book from Jessie Cox and/or Mike Hennessy?
What could Jessie Cox have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?
Jessie Cox writes like an ADHD Squirrel looking for a nut. He changes scenes often, and without telling the reader that he's done so. You'll be lost relatively quickly.
What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?
Any additional comments?
I really wanted to like the book. The idea for the story intrigues me, but the writing is horrible. It's just a great idea that was poorly executed.