Kingsway West mixes Fantasy and Western


Kingsway West blends fantasy and western genres

KingswayWestIf you’re like me you like old Western movies.  Who doesn’t like stories with gunslingers, crooked sheriffs, and cattle drives.  I am also one of those people that enjoy a good fantasy story with mystical items, dragons, and warriors.  Kingsway West is kinda like a Reese’s Peanut Butter cup in that way.  You get just enough of each to make the book a really good read.  Let me give you a little backstory for Kingsway West.

Kingsway West takes place in an alternate America.  In this version of America history took a major left turn in the mid-19th Century. The discovery of a mythical substance called Red Gold has completely changed the balance of power.  It has pitted the US government, Native American tribes, Mexico, and even China against one another in a never-ending battle over this resource. This results in a much different history than our own.  It blends fantasy and Wild West genres. In this world dragons and meta-humans walk side by side with dusty, sharp-shooting cowboys.

The story of Kingsway West follows a Chinese gunslinger named Kingsway Law. After spending thirteen years in a war that made him a monster he just wants to live in peace with his wife, Sonia. But even in a fantastical Old West crackling with magic, a man of his skills can never quite disappear. So when a woman with a red-gold sword brings bloody chaos to his doorstep, Kingsway must fight for his life, his wife, and his very soul.

Kingsway West has been described as Once upon a Time in the West meets Princess Mononoke.

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