Thursday, 18 June 2009

Wilderness # 57 Fear Weaver - Review

Wilderness #57 – Fear Weaver By David Thompson (David Robbins) - Genre: Western

The Wilderness saga continues with this great entry into the series, Nate King is on his way to visit Touch The Clouds and the Shoshone tribe when he happens on the Woodrow family who are trying to find some of their kin who have set up home in a remote valley in the wilderness that is the Rockies, Nate agrees to help them not knowing the hellish situation he and his new friends are heading towards. This tome was another hugely entertaining book in this series that I continue to thoroughly enjoy; I can honestly say I’ve not liked a book in the WILDERNESS series that is now at book # 60. An engaging plot that has you wondering all the time, just what or who is doing all that killing??. Plenty of action in this book, brilliant characters (I especially liked Auntie Aggie who was hilarious, her banter was extremely funny and made me laugh out loud many times), an excellent plot-line that had me engrossed from start to finish, another brilliant read.

1 comment:

  1. Auntie Aggie was definately the star of this book...all those nursery rhymes :)