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Hidden beneath the "lost city" is a network of tunnels and traps protecting an ancient power that predates Egypt's mighty ...
Hidden beneath the "lost city" is a network of tunnels and traps protecting an ancient power that predates Egypt's mighty empires. Vesely, along with archeologist, Dr. Sarah Pasha, traverses the underground realm, heading deep into dangerous territory. But they're not alone. Sturmbannführer Oskar Dirlewanger, one of the most infamous and violent Nazi leaders from World War II, and his Direlwanger Brigade, fifty of the most ruthless criminals in the Reich, are closing in, bent on retrieving the ancient power for themselves and resurrecting SecondWorld.
Trapped and on the run, Vesely and his lethal aim must face off against an army, but Nazis are far from the most dangerous element beneath the hot sands. Upon finding the ancient power source, Vesely not only recognizes it, but knows where it came from: Atlantis.
With I AM COWBOY, a 38,000 word novella, Jeremy Robinson builds on his novel, SECONDWORLD, maintaining the frenetic pace, expanding the history and creating an ending that will keep his readers speculating for years to come. Combining the adrenaline rush pacing of Matthew Reilly and the ancient mystery of James Rollins with a dash of Indiana Jones, I AM COWBOY is a fast-paced battle through history featuring one of Robinson's most beloved characters.
Posted October 28, 2013
I would like to go on record and say that I do NOT enjoy books that have Nazi's as the "bad guy". It is an outdated, overused, sorry excuse for a villan. I was 7 when the Indiana Jones films were made and while I loved Indy, the countless times they used Nazi's was enough for me to roll my eyes back then.
When I received I Am Cowboy as a gift from my editor, I was overjoyed as Jeremy Robinson has been one of my top 5 favorite authors since reading his incredible Last Hunter books. My heart fell as I began I Am Cowboy. There they were again: Nazi's. I swallowed back my mounting fears that Jeremy would fall victim to the Nazi "mold" and did my best to give I Am Cowboy a chance.
I prepared myself for a bumpy ride.
Instead, I found myself buckling my seatbelt - completely engrossed! So engrossed that when I paused to drink some lemonade, I had passed page 200 in under an hour! Fast-paced, exciting, fun, adventurous, gripping and brilliantly worked, I Am Cowboy was anything but unorigional! And the ending had me nearly leaping to my feet with triumphantly raised arms! What an ending it was!
There were a few typos and one mis-spelling, but not enough to waver a 5 star read. I eagerly anticipate my reading list by this fabulously talented author!
Posted September 7, 2013
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Posted July 14, 2013
Great story. I'm happy to see a continuation of the Secondworld universe and Cowboy getting his own story. I recommend reading Secondworld before reading this one. I can't wait for the next book! Keep 'em coming Jeremy.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted June 30, 2013
More survivor, more cowboy,, more everything this guy does. Love love love his work.If you want action adventureand a dash of whimsy read Jeremy Robinson/Bishop. He rocks!!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted June 29, 2013
I just finished reading I Am Cowboy. I really enjoyed the book.....Just like all of Jeremy's books. Just make sure you read SecondWorld before you read this book...Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.