Tuesday 8 September 2020

#BlogTour Freedom of the Creed by N.J. Coleridge

Today it's my turn on the BlogTour Freedom of the Creed by N.J. Coleridge.

About the Author
N.J Coleridge finds time to write when he is not performing his official duties as his daughter’s “royal servant.” He has always had a passion for the frontier and the old-west. Freedom of the Creed is his first novel. For more adventures featuring Saoirse be sure to read the novella "A Prayer for the Dying".

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About the book
The Woe-Be-Gone boys, a vicious gang of outlaws rushes south through the American frontier, leaving desolation in their wake. On their trail is Saoirse Creed, a bounty hunter with a debt to pay. Her only chance to pay that debt rides with the gang, but what depths will she sink to achieve her goal.

Now, as she tracks them down to a town on the precipice of despair, Saoirse must overcome the final hurdle in order to capture her man and return to a life that she thought was all but lost.
Saoirse may appear to be a weak individual waiting to be picked off by any criminal or deviant waiting to find a victim, but she is fierce, trained and not afraid of pulling the trigger when she has to. She is hot on the heels of her prey. Stalking and sniffing him out like a bloodhound who has the scent.

Sometimes the stalker gets too confident though and ends up being the target for another predator. Can she stay ten steps ahead of her enemies and still manage to find the person on her wanted list?

One thing is certainly very clear when you read this, the love Coleridge has for the old west, the frontier and the genre of western fiction. It's very much a forgotten genre, regardless of whether it is in book or screen format. By adding a feisty woman as a main character with a slightly modern vibe to it the story is given an interesting flair.

Coleridge gives readers the feeling of old meets new. The old west uncovered, as the true amount of violence, violation and abuse is uncovered. The pink shaded glasses give everything an aura of romance, as opposed to the fierce competitive and deadly kind of life it actually was.

It will be interesting to see where the author takes Saoirse and the Creed family from this point forward. Will she be able to change the path her loved one has chosen or is she already being a hypocrite by embarking on a similar one?

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