Nunslinger Book 1

Nunslinger Book The year is Sister Thomas Josephine is on her way from St Louis Missouri to Sacramento California During the course of her journey however she ll find that her faith requires her to take off

  • Title: Nunslinger Book 1
  • Author: Stark Holborn
  • ISBN: 9781444788747
  • Page: 291
  • Format: ebook
  • The year is 1864 Sister Thomas Josephine is on her way from St Louis, Missouri, to Sacramento, California During the course of her journey, however, she ll find that her faith requires her to take off her wimple and pick up a gun.Innocent Visitandine nun Sister Thomas Josephine wants nothing than an adventure free journey out west But adventure is what she ll get The year is 1864 Sister Thomas Josephine is on her way from St Louis, Missouri, to Sacramento, California During the course of her journey, however, she ll find that her faith requires her to take off her wimple and pick up a gun.Innocent Visitandine nun Sister Thomas Josephine wants nothing than an adventure free journey out west But adventure is what she ll get and heaps of it when she s taken hostage by a desperate outlaw on the Laramie Plains of Wyoming Before long she ll find herself torn between two men, the handsome Union Army Lieutentant Thomas F Carthy and the mysterious drifter Abraham C Muir And soon, one of these men will be staring down the barrel of her gun.

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    1. I'm reading Nunslinger: The Complete Series, but I thought it would be easier to rate every book as I finish them before I rate all of them as one.In the first book we get to know Sister Thomas Josephine a Visitantine nun. The wagon train she travellers with gets attacked and the survivors is left stranded in Wyoming but they get rescued by Lt. Theodore F. Carthy and his soldiers. But she isn't safe for long, the deserter Abraham C. Muir. kidnaps herThis book was shorter than I anticipated, I di [...]

    2. I hate cowboy stories and westerns, but after reading so many positive reviews I thought I'd give this a go and see what all the fuss was about. An unusual protagonist and a cowboy, what's not to like in the highly-charged and quickly paced novella. Sister Thomas Josephine adapts well to the situations she finds herself in and questions her moral stance when changes occur that she must roll with. Great short descriptive prose that sets the scenes well without too much babble and keeps the story [...]

    3. This was ok, but I'm definitely glad that I have the complete collection and not just this book as a stand alone.It's done enough to make me want to carry on to the second book.

    4. Synopsis/blurb……The year is 1864. Sister Thomas Josephine is on her way from St Louis, Missouri, to Sacramento, California. During the course of her journey, however, she'll find that her faith requires her to take off her wimple and pick up a gun. Innocent Visitandine nun Sister Thomas Josephine wants nothing more than an adventure-free journey out west. But adventure is what she'll get - and heaps of it - when she's taken hostage by a desperate outlaw on the Laramie Plains of Wyoming. Befo [...]

    5. NUNSLINGER [Book 1] pits Sister Thomas Josephine and a mysterious outlaw, Abe Muir, against the elements, each other than the advancing Union army.As a piece of narrative fiction it is unlike any else out there. Sister T.S's voice is a strong yet compassionate one, the story is rich and interesting and it reads (at least to me) like the best Exploitation movie never made. This is the highest compliment possible as I love that type of cinema. Great start, more please.

    6. A very raw tale in the Wild West, well paced and very enjoyable. IT's the first part of a broader story divided in chapters, so don't expect a conclusion in this volume.Warning: this seems to come from Hugh Howey's school of cliffhangers.

    7. Got this taster(?) free via Google books, and although westerns aren't really a genre of choice, it was ok, though not rivetting enough to make me want to buy further parts of it, though I'd happily read them if I could get it at my local library.

    8. NUNSLINGER [Book 1] pits Sister Thomas Josephine and a mysterious outlaw, Abe Muir, against the elements, each other than the advancing Union army.As a piece of narrative fiction it is unlike any else out there. Sister T.S's voice is a strong yet compassionate one, the story is rich and interesting and it reads (at least to me) like the best Exploitation movie never made. This is the highest compliment possible as I love that type of cinema. Great start, more please.

    9. First book of the year and I loved it! It's hard to pick faults with something so fast-paced and captivating. With action from the start, I was pulled into this western world, fully visualising the environments described. The ending was marvellous, one which is changes the protagonist and forces you to pick book 2 up. If anything, this is a grand western book with its only fault that is should be a lot longer.

    10. Nuns - and guns. Surely a winning combination. I wanted to like this and the characters and situation had real potential but every short chapter was another slice of action so it was all plot, no development. One thing happened after another, in quick succession but there was nothing to get me wondering so I stopped reading pretty early on.

    11. I wasn't sure what to expect when I got this book, to be honest I picked it because I liked the look of the cover! it took me a little while to get into it but as soon as I did I didn't want to put it down! its like nothing else I have read before, a series of events and characters I wouldn't have put together, it was a fantastic read I cant wait to read the next one!!

    12. Absolutely superb. Economic prose, great characters and just the right amount of action and peril to go with the more thoughtful element. I LOVED IT

    13. Keeps you guessing until the very end, then you're guessing again and wanting more. I'm really hooked to this series.

    14. terrific and very unusual book, fast moving, and great reading, would have liked to see Abe get it together with the nun, but overall a great read, would redcommend

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