After a rousing battle against unknown opponents, Annie Talks To Horses and her compadres continue guiding the Amish pilgrims toward their destination in the unexplored desert of post-apocalyptic Arizona. The hit and miss snipers struggle with obstacles of their own. Sir Jacob, Buzz and Hoss all have big parts to play. Annie, Wolf and Spud continue to explore their Injin heritage. A few surprising twists can be expected in this sizzling western adventure. The humor and sex are thrown in for free.
The action takes place on a wilderness planet five hundred years in the future. Horses are the primary means of transportation. The planet, recently revealed as possibly being the post-apocalyptic remains of the original planet Earth, is sparsely inhabited. There are less than four hundred hardy pioneers. No community utilities or amenities have been created on its surface. The Rock, as it is now called, is home to hardy, self reliant individualists who should probably be packing heat.
Reviews of Cowgirls Just Wanna Have Fun (Spirit Animal #2):
“There oughta be a "very good" category of writing. 'cause that's where this one is. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and will buy the next one too. Y'all do the same.”
“Smartass, fun and fast moving.”
Reviews of On the Rocks (Spirit Animal #1):
“A VERY ENJOYABLE READ!!! Captivating, mentally stimulating, & entertaining with a STRONG female character.”
“Actually my favorite summer read! I can just picture this gal ridin', shootin', and livin' it up on the range with quite a cast of characters!! Fun, lighthearted and gritty. I was born too late ! But "On the Rocks" puts me there!”
“laugh out loud funny.”
“Dammit, the book just quit, long before it was through. I had a buncha good stuff in mind I was looking forward to, but the book just STOPPED!!
There WILL be another, won't there?
Is it here yet?
Is it here yet?
Is it here yet?
There's a small chance this book was found to be tolerable.”
“"On the Rocks" has an intriguing story line with some definite surprises you don't expect in a Western. The characters are interesting, I look forward to learning more about them.”
“Interesting. Definitely not my usual book. I enjoyed it though.”
This is Spirit Animal series book four, featuring Annie Talks To Horses.
Readers of Craig Johnson, Tony Hillerman, Dick Francis, Janet Evanovich, Michael Crichton, Robert B. Parker, Ace Atkins, Robert Knott, Michael Bunker and Joss Whedon should like this book.
Barbara Neville's Spirit Animal series is not what you would expect. It’s all about Cowboys and Injins. It’s told by a tough cowgirl. It takes place in the twenty-sixth century. It may be the future, but our cowboys ride horses.
You see, five hundred years ago were the Troubles. Earth was blown to smithereens. The lucky people got out just before. Pioneered new planets. War moved out into space. Things got blown back to primitive. Humankind clawed their way back out, ruled by the Federals.
Progress made them nervous, so the Feds passed a law declaring all the newly explored planets as wilderness. No internal combustion engines or electronics are allowed beyond the spaceport on planet Rock.
The law is meant to save mankind from itself.
The problem? Outlaws are beyond the law.
Rustic western visionary Barbara Neville takes us on another humorous action-packed adventure into the cowboy future. This Native American thriller features a strong woman protagonist and a little help from man's best friend.
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