I swore that I wasn't going to pick up yet another unfinished serial, I have far too many in my reading queue as it is. What's more, I don't generally read westerns, just not my cup of tea. But somehow this story found its way onto my queue, and I started reading, first with "An Unremarkable Day," followed by "An Unremarkable Town."
And now I have another unfinished serial in my queue.
This story is about a young man and a young Native American maid who he rescues. The story has an authentic feel to it--not that I would know; I'm no expert, and could probably be convinced that anything short of Wookies and Ewoks was authentic. But it all rings true, and since the author did manage to include a genuine Comanche word in "An Unremarkable Day," my inclination is to believe that it's pretty close to authentic. The story plot is very good. Though it's more of a "day in the life" story than it is a great adventure yarn, there is adventure in here, and guns, and sex. I don't think you'll find you have to suspend your disbelief much, though like all Hollywood westerns, the good guys are better shots than the bad guys, and the good guys only suffer minor wounds.
Technically it could use the talents of a good editor, or at least a good proofreader. I found a number of errors, though none catastrophic.
But in the end, it's a story that held my attention. Once I finished the first book I immediately had to jump to the second, and now I'm at the mercy of Wild Willie to finish that one. Damn, another one in the queue.
I recommend it.