[PDF / Epub] ✪ Sixes Wild ☆ Tempe O'Kun – Bassgrotto.co.uk

Sixes Wild On The Frontier, Death Runs Close At Hand So Close, Some Say The Dead Linger On As Echos In Family Heirlooms Armed With Her Late Father S Guns, A Sharp Wit, And A Quick Pair Of Paws, The Gunslinger Known As Six Shooter Thought She Had A Bead On Her Way In The World That Is, Until A Routine Bit Of Larceny Drops Her Into The Depths Of Some Very Unusual And Dangerous Schemes Power Mad Lions, Mind Bending Rock, And Whispers From Her Dead Father These A Bunny Can Handle Falling In Love With The Local Sheriff, Thoughthat S Trouble


10 thoughts on “Sixes Wild

  1. says:

    I picked up Sixes Wild Manifest Destiny due to both the curiosity of wanting to read a Western Novel for the first time and the fact that my interest was piqued after reading some short fiction written by Mr Tempe O Kun I had quickly developed a fondness for Mr O Kun s prose after reading his short stories, and I knew that I HAD to pick up Sixes Wild Manifest Destiny to see if he was just as skilled at novel length stories as he is at short ones And I ll admit that Tempe O Kun has cer I picked up Sixes Wild Manifest Destiny due to both the curiosity of wanting to read a Western Novel for the first time and the fact that my interest was piqued after reading some short fiction written by Mr Tempe O Kun I had quickly developed a fondness for Mr O Kun s prose after reading his short stories, and I knew that I HAD to pick up Sixes Wild Manifest Destiny to see if he was just as skilled at no...


  2. says:

    This was a pretty solid 3 in my opinion Not earth shattering fantastic, but a good yarn to pass the time The world was believable and consistent, the characters had depth, and the pacing was steady I particularly liked that Six was a character who kicked ass and just happened to be female, rather than being portrayed as a Strong Female Character It s nice to see her gender being less important than her purpose in the story Alright, I m biased, I like non binary characters I did have a few This was a pretty solid 3 in my opinion Not earth shattering fantastic, but a good yarn to pass the time The world was believable and consistent, the characters had depth, and the pacing was steady I particularly liked that Six was a character who kicked ass and just happened to be female, rather than being portrayed as a Strong Female Character It s nice to see her gender being less important than her purpose in the story Alright, I m biased, I like non binary characters I did have a few gripes, however Layout The quotes from the chapter at the beginning of the chapter were distracting and unnecessary Switching narrators with no indication that the POV had changed It was jarring and irritating to have to figure out whose head I was in every chapter break Granted, the voices were distinct enough that it wasn t overly difficult to figure out, but a smoother transition would have made reading the story less of a chore Replacing those quotes with the name of the current narrating cha...


  3. says:

    Author Tempe O Kun acknowledges his editorial team and others in the creation of this American Western anthropomorphic novel, opening with a prologue where one of the primary protagonists and narrators, Six Shooter, has lost one of her trustworthy guns to a lion, and misses her love, the lawbat Jordan Blake The bulk of the main chapters occur before the prologue, with Six still narrating and havin...


  4. says:

    so, this is on the better side of furry lit that I ve read but still not great The switches from one person s perspective to another s was very disjointed and in general the book needs another good edit However, that...


  5. says:

    A furry Western novella, lean and focused on what s most important to the tale, no unnecessary fat to speak of Reads like the spaghetti westerns of the past, updated for a contemporary sensibility namely in a sharp, witty female lead and a flicker of weird west elements to shake the usual W...


  6. says:

    Six is like a furry version of Clamity Jane I may write a western.