Reaper (#1, Duster and a Gun) [NOOK Book]

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Duster and a Gun:

In 1447, history was rewritten when the Vatican was swallowed whole by the fiery pits of Hell. Demons, ghouls and other unspeakable horrors descended upon the land, preying on humanity; caught in the middle of a battle they knew nothing about. And so began a perpetual dark age, where one?s worth was valued on how well they handle themselves in a fight. Pursuits such as peace and equal rights were put on hold, for larger firearms and the tightening of ...

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Reaper (#1, Duster and a Gun)

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Overview

Duster and a Gun:

In 1447, history was rewritten when the Vatican was swallowed whole by the fiery pits of Hell. Demons, ghouls and other unspeakable horrors descended upon the land, preying on humanity; caught in the middle of a battle they knew nothing about. And so began a perpetual dark age, where one’s worth was valued on how well they handle themselves in a fight. Pursuits such as peace and equal rights were put on hold, for larger firearms and the tightening of dictatorships. It was truly Hell on Earth, and Heaven didn’t seem to care in the least.

By the year 2015, it was a perverse world of science, where the hydrogen bomb and steam-powered locomotive exist in unison, corrupted by the will of the supernatural. The Industrial revolution is in full swing, and the only thing faster than the rise of the USA is the inner turmoil that threatens to bring it all apart from the shadows.

Reaper:

Angels fight for Heaven, demons fight for Hell and no one fights for the humans caught in the middle—except the reapers. The greatest of humanity’s offerings, they’re chosen at a young age and cultivated into instruments of vengeance. This order alone fights to keep the balance in our world, steeped in controversy, rejected by those in Heaven and condemned by the monsters in Hell. This is the story of one such reaper, Horace McKidrict, and his fight to restore what was lost from him. Neither Heaven nor Hell will be able to stop the reaper on his quest to take back what he once had, and may God have mercy on any man that dares to block his path.

In the first installment of Duster and a Gun, our hero tries to piece together the life that was stolen from him. He finds himself in the Copper State, Arizona, where death and decay plague the countryside, and humans live between uncaring angels and evil monsters. Horace’s needs to let go of the past and embrace the future if he wants any hope to cast back the demons and unveil the mystery residing deep within the unsuspecting population.

Warning: This eBook contains graphic imagery and coarse language.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940044664173
  • Publisher: Gregory Blackman
  • Publication date: 7/16/2013
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 81,325
  • File size: 182 KB

Meet the Author

Gregory grew up in Burlington, Ontario. Going to school at both Brock University and Athabasca University, he has chosen to major in Business Marketing. He wrote his first novel in 2011 and has published many more since.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 30, 2013

    Streamlining fan! I finished it in one night, leaving this revie

    Streamlining fan! I finished it in one night, leaving this review then grabbing the next book.  Could have been a little longer, though. Hoping the next one is. 4.5 stars. 

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