“There could never have been heroes if there had not been villains; and, the world still needs heroes. Therefore, the world requires some villains.”
It’s the mid-1990’s – the last days before technology would begin to make the world truly “small.” Yes, there are still unknown parts: those small towns where people can disappear and where legends still thrive in the shadows.
"The Weapon of My Delusion" is a satire of the idealistic country Americans wish they lived in, as well as the violent one we actually inhabit. Using as an allegory the deceivingly harmless song "Hey Joe" (a sweet little ditty about gunning a lover down), “The Weapon of My Delusion” tells the tale of a hunter-of-men named Joe who, after living a life full of violence, begins to see what happens when a conscience develops at the most inconvenient of times!
The Weapon of My Delusion
By Ambrose BrunoSmashwords, $0.99, 1063 pages
Star Rating: 5 out of 5
Hands down, the three books of The Weapon Of My Delusion will take you on the greatest genre hopping, adventure seeking, story branching, sub-plot twisting ride of your life!
Opening into a mid- nineties, gun slinging, gas-horse riding, Sons of Anarchy type western amidst the legendary King Bounty Hunters, we find Joe “King Bounty Hunter Premier” on the run, wanted by his own KBH for supposedly killing his wife.
With so many great characters and the constant plot twists, you will find yourself neck deep in non-stop action unable to put the books down. I highly recommend this series to everyone, especially those who wouldn’t typically pick up a read such as this. You won’t regret it!
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