The Legend of the Apache Kid
Publish date: September 5th 2012
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 154
Edition language: English
Shelves and review to come soon.
4.3 starsSarah Black is in a class of her own. Nobody I read, writes like her (well, maybe Harper Fox, but Fox's writing is a difficult for me to enjoy). Sarah Black tucks me inside a quiet cocoon and then gets my senses sharpened. Her words are like painting that speaks to each of the readers perso...
This book is even more dreamlike and "esoteric" than Marathon Cowboys. Wonderful writing, sparse and prosaic and yet painting pictures with words. However, several times the references and hints went over my head; guess I should've been more familiar with New Mexico to get them. Loved both main char...
Sarah Black is an outlaw...She really is. She just refuses to fall in line with what is expected from a story in this genre. Without fail she weaves a story that always make me feel like I've grown a little, like I'm a bit smarter, that I understand things better than I used to. The pacing to this s...
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