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Saturday, August 06, 2011
The Adventures of Hood and Fudd by J. Bradford Lawler
The year is 1888 and Jedediah Hood, a Half-Breed (half Cherokee, half Irish) was driven out of his home with his mother and sister when his father was murdered by a group of outlaws and their leader Emmett Stone. They then fled to the Cherokee tribe. Now, coming back to his homeland to claim his father’s land, he finds an unlikely friend in Ruben Fudd. His hometown of Iron Gate has had many attacks from a man-eating mountain lion. Also, a mysterious stranger has been confronting Emmett Stone and his group of outlaws. Hood will stop at nothing until justice and safety are restored in Iron Gate.
This is a good book worth reading. It is on the shorter side but the number of pages is just right for the amount of story in the book. The author puts you on your toes just waiting for the next page and the ending is phenomenal.
Reviewer City, State and Country: Philadelphia, PA United States