Unicorn Western 4 [NOOK Book]


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Unicorn Western 4

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This book is also available in the UNICORN WESTERN FULL SAGA, which contains all 9 books in the series. Saddle up and get it here:


The story of Clint and Edward continues in this fourth installment of the Unicorn Western series...


On their way to intercept Dharma Kold before he finds the deadly third Orb -- and to finally free the captive Mai -- Clint and Edward come across a botched Realm operation, where a shotgun-wielding bandit leads his gang to rob an exposed magic vein.

Assisting the authorities who exiled him isn't something that Clint is eager to do, but that changes when he learns that helping to escort the bandit to justice might finally mean finding an open doorway back to The Realm...

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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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016530604
  • Publisher: Realm & Sands
  • Publication date: 5/28/2013
  • Series: Unicorn Western , #4
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 509,126
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Johnny B. Truant is an author, blogger, and podcaster who, like the Ramones, was long denied induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame despite having a large cult following. He makes his online home at JohnnyBTruant.com and is the author of the Fat Vampire series and The Bialy Pimps, as well as co-authoring the Unicorn Western series with Sean Platt.

Johnny, Sean Platt, and David Wright host two podcasts -- the Self Publishing Podcast and Better Off Undead -- both of which are available in the usual podcast places.

Johnny is also the kind of person who writes his bio in the third person.

You can connect with me on Twitter at @JohnnyBTruant and I'd totally love it if you did.

Sean Platt is co-owner of the Collective Inkwell imprint, speaker, and author, with breakout indie hits such as Yesterday's Gone, WhiteSpace, ForNevermore and Available Darkness, and traditionally published titles such as Z 2134 and Monstrous, published by Amazon's 47North.

Along with David Wright, the two authors have billed themselves as "Kings of the Serial," and have developed five series in 15 months:

With Collective Inkwell
Yesterday's Gone: Post Apocalyptic - LOST by way of The Stand
WhiteSpace: Paranoid thriller on fictitious Hamilton Island
ForNevermore: YA horror that doesn't read like YA Horror
Available Darkness: A new breed of vampire thriller
Dark Crossings: Short stories, killer endings

With 47North
Z 2134: The Walking Dead meets The Hunger Games
Monstrous: Beauty and the Beast meets The Punisher

Inspired as much by Stephen King's serialized story, "The Green Mile," as superbly scripted TV shows, such as LOST, Fringe, The Wire, Mad Men, The Killing, The Walking Dead, Carnivale, and the Battlestar Galactica reboot.

Their first series, Yesterday's Gone has received over 300 5-Star reviews, and has spent time on Amazon's list of the Top 100 Best Reviewed Fiction Books.

Platt and Wright have made Tuesdays "the new black," releasing a new 15,000-24,000 word "episode" of their audience pleasing series each Tuesday. Six episodes make a "season," which are then compiled into a compilation for readers who prefer to devour the season all at once (like watching your favorite series on DVD!).

With their weekly release schedule of high quality serialized titles, Collective Inkwell is the HBO, Showtime, or AMC for the Kindle generation.

Sean Platt
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  • Posted May 19, 2014

    This was my favorite episode in the series so far. Sure, it's ta

    This was my favorite episode in the series so far. Sure, it's tangential, and sure, you wonder if Clint and Edward are EVER going to find what they're looking for. But this was fun. Again, the homage to 3:10 to Yuma was cool, in a totally original way. I also did not see the ending coming. This episode was the best in the series so far. I have feeling that more awesomeness is yet to come!

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