Journal of the Gun Years

Richard Matheson is such a great writer, that even in a genre I’m not a huge fan of, I still enjoyed this story.
It’s kind of a gritty, personal take (for thematic reasons, it’s supposedly the diary of a famous gunslinger) on the old west.
More of a depressing, downward spiral that rings true to life rather than a thrilling, shoot out by the minute action story, this doesn’t compare to my favorite books by him, like “I am legend”, but it’s still an entertaining, and a fairly short, read.

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