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Friday, November 25, 2011

Thawed Out & Fed Up by Ryan Brown


Sam Bonham is a no account grifter who discovers internal depths he didn’t realize he had in himself in a pseudo western style.


There were some bizarrely interesting aspects to this book.   Interesting really doesn’t cover it.   Sam Bonham finds himself immersed in a culture he thought died out years before.   Sam is a disagreeable character that you see grown into a likeable human being.  



The set for this play is a western town held hostage by a gang of throw back thugs.   The premise is mildly preposterous and yet still entertaining.   John Wayne and the rest of the characters merely provide scene dressing for the personal redemption of Sam Bonham.  



I recommend it.



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