Unicorn Western

Read by Johnny B. Truant

(4.1 stars; 98 reviews)

Cast out from the magical kingdom of The Realm and into the dying desert of the Sands beyond, Marshal Clint Gulliver and his unicorn Edward have finally found peace in the small and dusty town of Solace. For the first time since leaving The Realm, Clint has dared to be happy, getting hitched to his bride to be, Mai. But when the town faces a deadly approaching enemy, the gunslinger feels compelled unholster his seven-shooters to face it... and the dark magic it brings with it.

From the creators of Yesterday's Gone (Platt) and Fat Vampire (Truant) comes this reinvention of both the western genre and unicorn lore. Written for children and teens -- but complex and awesome enough for adult readers -- Unicorn Western is "Harry Potter without wizards, with gunslingers, with talking unicorns and epic unicorn fights, and with more turkey pie."

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Legitimately Hilarious

(5 stars)

I cracked up as soon as I saw the title, more so when I heard the authors note. This is literally one of the funniest child-friendly books I've ever seen (read) [LISTENED TO???]! Story continued to crack me up whilst somehow managing the difficult feat of making me care for the main character in a Western story with unicorns in it. Thank God for you, Mr. Truant, you made my day one heck of a lot brighter... I do have one complaint, the author will stutter over his own words sometimes, and he disregards commas and periods sometimes, generally reads with little feeling, though he's shown he can read dramatically in some scenes. Overall, 9/10 (I'll round up to be nice)!

(0 stars)

This was so funny! I loved the humor, and though there's lots of sillyness in the concept, it's pretty serious after all. Built like a true western - just with unicorns, pink smoke and stuff. Oh, and how I laughed at the "fruity magic" part. That was brilliant! Well done, ...

(0 stars)

I'm not a huge fan of traditional westerns so I didn't go into this book with high expectations, but I really feel in love with the world and the quirky humour. I'm litterally listening to "Fat Vampire" as I'm writing this and I'm enjoying it even more than I did ...

Good twist on old style

(4.5 stars)

This was a good twist on old style westerns. I love Louis Lamour, and I think this is about what would happen if he wrote fanciful, magical, westerns.

(5 stars)

great! recording is a little messed up but worth skipping past the errors

(1.5 stars)

Sarcastic, tongue in cheek, found it tiresome, did not finish.

great story like bit Stephen King Dark Tower but funny

(5 stars)

so funny! All books by this author are awesome.

(5 stars)