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The year is 1870. Five years after the Civil War has ended. Many states, cities and small towns are still recovering, one of these places is the town of Toomswood. The town has been taken over by sly corrupt tycoon Javier “Bones” Jones. Things only get worse for the town when a mysterious stranger rides into town making an offer and cutting a deal with Jones. The man gives The year is 1870. Five years after the Civil War has ended. Many states, cities and small towns are still recovering, one of these places is the town of Toomswood. The town has been taken over by sly corrupt tycoon Javier “Bones” Jones. Things only get worse for the town when a mysterious stranger rides into town making an offer and cutting a deal with Jones. The man gives Jones super dexterity and point pin shooting accuracy among other like abilities, however in return he has placed a curse on Jones, making him a leader to the Undead unbeknown to his knowledge. After finding out his curse Jones takes a liking to it and soon kills to turn his gang into an army. The mysterious man then tells Jones he will also lead Undead Civil War soldiers who are now bloodthirsty madmen. It is up to Emerson Shaw, a quiet humble young man with his own personal demons to stop Jones and his men. Along with his best friend and others who will join them, Shaw must find a way to stop Jones from destroying and terrorizing the town and turning it into a literal walking Ghost town. Experience the Ole West drenched in some gruesome bloody Horror. It doesn't get grittier then this.


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The year is 1870. Five years after the Civil War has ended. Many states, cities and small towns are still recovering, one of these places is the town of Toomswood. The town has been taken over by sly corrupt tycoon Javier “Bones” Jones. Things only get worse for the town when a mysterious stranger rides into town making an offer and cutting a deal with Jones. The man gives The year is 1870. Five years after the Civil War has ended. Many states, cities and small towns are still recovering, one of these places is the town of Toomswood. The town has been taken over by sly corrupt tycoon Javier “Bones” Jones. Things only get worse for the town when a mysterious stranger rides into town making an offer and cutting a deal with Jones. The man gives Jones super dexterity and point pin shooting accuracy among other like abilities, however in return he has placed a curse on Jones, making him a leader to the Undead unbeknown to his knowledge. After finding out his curse Jones takes a liking to it and soon kills to turn his gang into an army. The mysterious man then tells Jones he will also lead Undead Civil War soldiers who are now bloodthirsty madmen. It is up to Emerson Shaw, a quiet humble young man with his own personal demons to stop Jones and his men. Along with his best friend and others who will join them, Shaw must find a way to stop Jones from destroying and terrorizing the town and turning it into a literal walking Ghost town. Experience the Ole West drenched in some gruesome bloody Horror. It doesn't get grittier then this.

53 review for A Bloody Bloody Mess In the Wild Wild West

  1. 5 out of 5

    Quentin Wallace

    A good entry into the Weird Western genre. I read it in one sitting. This was a zombie tale set in the old west, but it was different enough it didn't come across as the same old, done-to-death (no pun intended) zombie tale. Basically an evil outlaw is given control of an army of zombies in order to take over this old western town, but of course the town fights back. There's a lot more to the story than I'm going into, but that's the basics. I actually really enjoyed this one. I will say there ar A good entry into the Weird Western genre. I read it in one sitting. This was a zombie tale set in the old west, but it was different enough it didn't come across as the same old, done-to-death (no pun intended) zombie tale. Basically an evil outlaw is given control of an army of zombies in order to take over this old western town, but of course the town fights back. There's a lot more to the story than I'm going into, but that's the basics. I actually really enjoyed this one. I will say there are a few negatives. The writing can be a bit awkward at times, and the paragraphs are set up a little differently than most.Also, in some paragraphs the dialogue isn't separated which made it difficult to follow. It was a bit slow to start, but once it got going, it kept going. This is a nice ode to the spaghetti western, and if you are a fan of the Weird Western genre you should check this one out.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Michael Benavidez

    Here is a story that just isn't for me. It's written in a style that took some getting used to. I got used to it halfway through the book, which meant I spent more time trying to get accustomed to the style and not focusing on the story. Which isn't half bad. Seriously, the story is good. It's a book that's good when you got some time to kill and aren't in the mood for those long winded stories of intricate design. The characters are a plenty, and are designed enough to get the plot moving witho Here is a story that just isn't for me. It's written in a style that took some getting used to. I got used to it halfway through the book, which meant I spent more time trying to get accustomed to the style and not focusing on the story. Which isn't half bad. Seriously, the story is good. It's a book that's good when you got some time to kill and aren't in the mood for those long winded stories of intricate design. The characters are a plenty, and are designed enough to get the plot moving without having to resort to oh-did-I-forget-to-mention-this-as-some-sort-of-motive. (Jesus Christ I should have thought of something shorter but my mind don't work like that). The baddie is just that, a baddie with a heart to kill and nothing else. At least that's what I got out of it. The minions are as vicious as you'd think, and are actually pretty entertaining. It has a lot going for it. And judging from the other reviews, it's a personal taste thing. Note: one thing that I didn't like, was that the dialogue wasn't separated. Sometimes, two to three characters would speak within the same paragraph and it led me to being a bit confused. If there was any true complaint about the book, that would be it. Note 2: Having done a reread on this, I can say that I now know what it was that bugged me. It wasn't so much the style, as it was the formatting. The style, is actually not a big deal. One chapter was all it took this time around, but the formatting was odd. I had to reread several passages to get it a bit understood better. All that said, I originally had this at a 3.5. Now, I'd say it's a solid 4. It's a good book, good story, characters are entertaining, and it's all around fun. http://www.amazon.com/Bloody-Mess-Wil...

  3. 5 out of 5

    Joshua Grant

    Justin Bienvenue puts you on a fun rollercoaster ride in A Bloody Bloody Mess in the Wild Wild West. In this mash up between a Western and a zombie apocalypse, freelancer Emerson Shaw must save a post Civil War town from outlaw Bones Jones. Jones made a deal with a powerful stranger, cursing him and turning him into the leader of an army of undead. It’s a fun premise right off the bat and Bienvenue really fleshes out his characters making it a tense whirlwind of a read! If you like Westerns or z Justin Bienvenue puts you on a fun rollercoaster ride in A Bloody Bloody Mess in the Wild Wild West. In this mash up between a Western and a zombie apocalypse, freelancer Emerson Shaw must save a post Civil War town from outlaw Bones Jones. Jones made a deal with a powerful stranger, cursing him and turning him into the leader of an army of undead. It’s a fun premise right off the bat and Bienvenue really fleshes out his characters making it a tense whirlwind of a read! If you like Westerns or zombies, definitely shamble your corpse on into this one!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Brenda

    A Bloody Bloody Mess in the Wild Wild West is a short and ultimately entertaining read. We have multiple main characters, although probably the most notable ones would be Mr. Helmsfield, Emerson and Bones Jones. The town was greatly entertaining. It's a hell hole where all kinds of lewd and violent acts are committed, most notably seeming to be duels. All the random shoot outs and fights between the men in the book were funny and amusing. The best part though (of course) was the gore. The undead s A Bloody Bloody Mess in the Wild Wild West is a short and ultimately entertaining read. We have multiple main characters, although probably the most notable ones would be Mr. Helmsfield, Emerson and Bones Jones. The town was greatly entertaining. It's a hell hole where all kinds of lewd and violent acts are committed, most notably seeming to be duels. All the random shoot outs and fights between the men in the book were funny and amusing. The best part though (of course) was the gore. The undead soldiers didn't really act as your typical zombie horde; instead, they seemed to function essentially the same as a person, only slower and bloodthirsty. They're able to run, to shoot a gun, and to talk (and not just mindlessly repeating commands either). Admittedly it takes more to permanently kill them as well. Bones Jones was an interesting character. For much of the time I was reading I kept wondering why he was so adamant about causing such a calamity. It was eventually revealed that he just plain likes killing and causing trouble, which is probably the best reason for it, since anything else would sound silly. As it stands though I like that he was just crazed and a total lunatic. Complaints: 1. How did the good guys know about what Helmsfield said to Jones? Was someone nearby, or is Jones just so stupid he was broadcasting to everyone his weaknesses? It didn't really add up. 2. The first eleven pages could be cut down drastically. They were pretty repetitive, all essentially saying that the town was full of debauchery and it didn't flourish after the Civil War like so many other towns did. 3. It needs a bit of retouching. There weren't too many descriptions of anything besides what a couple of the guys were wearing, and I would have liked some kind of description for what the town looked like. Other than those things though it was thoroughly entertaining!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Steven Jenkins

    Loved this book! I have to be honest, westerns are probably my least favourite of all the genres. But zombies, however, are quite easily my favourite! So put them both together and you've got yourself an awesome novel. It's tough writing original zombie stories these days, but this is by far one the most original ones I've read. Great title, great characters, and a great ending (no spoilers here - just trust me and read it!) A great effort Mr Bienvenue!!!! Loved this book! I have to be honest, westerns are probably my least favourite of all the genres. But zombies, however, are quite easily my favourite! So put them both together and you've got yourself an awesome novel. It's tough writing original zombie stories these days, but this is by far one the most original ones I've read. Great title, great characters, and a great ending (no spoilers here - just trust me and read it!) A great effort Mr Bienvenue!!!!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Carole P. Roman

    Entertaining tongue in cheek story with all the elements of a good western, a dried up town, good townspeople, lawmen, s drifter with the ominous name of Bones Jones, a flashy talking con man type, and an army of undead zombies. Put the ingredients together and you have a bloody, bloody mess in the wild, wild west and a whole lotta fun.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Aaron Saylor

    I always love a good bending of the genres, especially Wild West horror, and with this short novel Justin Bienvenue spins an action-packed yarn with plenty of dust and blood. Worth it.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Tammy

    Took me a little bit to get into the story, but once I did, it turned out to be a good read. It was a different take on how zombies should act. Some of the characters were likable, were some characters you wanted to throw them in a jail cell. How it ended makes me wonder if there might be a book two. “I voluntarily reviewed an advance copy of this book and was not required to leave a review.” Thank you for sharing your book with us.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Mike Gemma

    I was given a copy of this book for an honest review, and here it is. This book starts out setting the stage for the imaginative tale that soon unfolds, it is post civil war in a small southern town called Toomswood, a once thriving place you could be proud to call home, now over run with corruption and drunkards with nothing better to do than cause trouble. But still the townsfolk are a tight knit community which doesn’t take kindly to strangers, but were also desperately seeking a way, anyway, I was given a copy of this book for an honest review, and here it is. This book starts out setting the stage for the imaginative tale that soon unfolds, it is post civil war in a small southern town called Toomswood, a once thriving place you could be proud to call home, now over run with corruption and drunkards with nothing better to do than cause trouble. But still the townsfolk are a tight knit community which doesn’t take kindly to strangers, but were also desperately seeking a way, anyway, to restore their small town to the once great place it had been many years ago. So when a stranger named Javier “bones” Jones, blew into town with the promises of putting them back on the map through undiscovered oil, right below the townsfolk’s feet, they listened to what he had to say…that was their biggest mistake. Like the title implies, there is a lot of blood shed in this book! The core of the book reads like a western; gun fights, fugitives, and plain old root n’ tootin fun. A horror element is also thrown into the plot with the creation of an undead army, which really keeps things moving along rather nicely. The character of Javier “bones” Jones is spot on with the writer’s depiction of a Wild West figure as well as another character by the name of Roland Helmsfled. Now Helmsfled was my favorite character in the book. He is a mysterious and curious man that plays a big part in the story. He approaches Javier “bones” Jones with something that changes the course of all the lives, and deaths, of everyone involved in this imaginative tale. So overall while I did find the first few chapters a bit stale and redundant, with some other passages that could have used a bit of rewrites, I think if you like your westerns with lots of blood, guts, and body parts thrown around, then this book is for you.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Kandy Scaramuzzo

    Hell on Wheels meets The Wild, Wild West I was gifted this book for an honest review If you are looking for a bloody, gory read, this is the one for you. It is set in the old west right after the civil war. I was expecting the usual carpet bagger/land owner type feuds. Boy, did I get a surprise. This book goes from Mexico up into the United States and leaves a path of murder and mayhem along the way. This book is full of unwarranted violence and just downright craziness. The book actually lives u Hell on Wheels meets The Wild, Wild West I was gifted this book for an honest review If you are looking for a bloody, gory read, this is the one for you. It is set in the old west right after the civil war. I was expecting the usual carpet bagger/land owner type feuds. Boy, did I get a surprise. This book goes from Mexico up into the United States and leaves a path of murder and mayhem along the way. This book is full of unwarranted violence and just downright craziness. The book actually lives up to the title. On a side note, there was something I was not expecting in this book. I knew it was going to be bloody and gory, can’t read the title and not know that. We actually had an army of the undead. Some of which were historical figures. That was definitely a different twist. There was also a murder for hire plot and backstabbing traitors. The book definitely delivered in the rough and gory department. I did not however care for the very end of the book. There was a mystery person brought in at the end that was an interesting fellow. His identity was kept from the reader until the very last. I felt like that part was a little bit rushed. Other than that, if you want to get your gross on, read this book, it is a bloody mary mess. I gave this book 4 out of 5 stars.

  11. 4 out of 5

    P.S. Winn

    Although it did take a minute for me to get in the story once I did, I was hooked. If you like good vs evil in the old west you are going to love this. When Javier Jones goes to Toomswood to try and take over the town he meets a mysterious stranger, Roland Helmsfeld, and the adventure really begins. Although there is a lot of action, almost too much at times I could really see this book as a movie or a TV series. It would fit in right now with some of the new shows that have taken over what peop Although it did take a minute for me to get in the story once I did, I was hooked. If you like good vs evil in the old west you are going to love this. When Javier Jones goes to Toomswood to try and take over the town he meets a mysterious stranger, Roland Helmsfeld, and the adventure really begins. Although there is a lot of action, almost too much at times I could really see this book as a movie or a TV series. It would fit in right now with some of the new shows that have taken over what people like. I liked the author's writing style and the fact that despite quite a few characters in the story it was easy to keep track of what was going on right to the bloody end.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Randy

    I was gifted a copy for an objective review. Here goes. I don't feel I was the intended audience for this one. Didn't enjoy it as much as I imagined. The author's style was a bit out there. I have no problem with zombies in a wild west setting. Just never got used to the author's style of writing. A bit slow it did pick up considerably from chapter three. But damage was already done in my mind. Not my thing, but I'm certain others will love it. I was gifted a copy for an objective review. Here goes. I don't feel I was the intended audience for this one. Didn't enjoy it as much as I imagined. The author's style was a bit out there. I have no problem with zombies in a wild west setting. Just never got used to the author's style of writing. A bit slow it did pick up considerably from chapter three. But damage was already done in my mind. Not my thing, but I'm certain others will love it.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Jason

    When a book has a line like this.... "Little did they know this man’s heart was colder then a dead corpse and blacker then the ace of spades." ...you know you are in for a hell of a ride. This book is quite short, very bloody and never slows down, not for one second. The book is split into three parts. Part 1: introduction to the town and it's inhabitants, you can almost picture this being narrated by some old prospector with no teeth. Part 2: the deal is made, the battle begins whilst the womenfo When a book has a line like this.... "Little did they know this man’s heart was colder then a dead corpse and blacker then the ace of spades." ...you know you are in for a hell of a ride. This book is quite short, very bloody and never slows down, not for one second. The book is split into three parts. Part 1: introduction to the town and it's inhabitants, you can almost picture this being narrated by some old prospector with no teeth. Part 2: the deal is made, the battle begins whilst the womenfolk and kids escape the men prepare themselves for battle. Finally part 3: the battle itself, shooting, fires, knife attacks, explosions biting and tearing, a superb amount of violence. Awesome stuff. A good western where heroes are made and the dead come back!

  14. 4 out of 5

    Amanda Steel

    I really enjoyed the story and the idea of zombies in the wild west. I don't want to give too much away, but the book seemed to be a bit of a mix between The Walking Dead, a 2006 TV series called The Collector and the long running TV series Supernatural, but set in the wild west. As someone who isn't generally a fan of westerns, I enjoyed the whole zombie twist I really enjoyed the story and the idea of zombies in the wild west. I don't want to give too much away, but the book seemed to be a bit of a mix between The Walking Dead, a 2006 TV series called The Collector and the long running TV series Supernatural, but set in the wild west. As someone who isn't generally a fan of westerns, I enjoyed the whole zombie twist

  15. 4 out of 5

    Bill Winn

  16. 5 out of 5

    angie godden

  17. 5 out of 5

    Alan Hughes

  18. 4 out of 5

    Kylie

  19. 5 out of 5

    Darlene

  20. 5 out of 5

    James Lynam

  21. 4 out of 5

    Heber Joas

  22. 4 out of 5

    Vivek

  23. 5 out of 5

    Logan

  24. 4 out of 5

    Donald Armfield

  25. 4 out of 5

    Kim Coomey

  26. 5 out of 5

    Virginia Winfield

  27. 5 out of 5

    Barry

  28. 4 out of 5

    Grep

  29. 5 out of 5

    Cindy Gates

  30. 4 out of 5

    Brandon

  31. 4 out of 5

    carla clifton

  32. 5 out of 5

    Michelle

  33. 5 out of 5

    Le

  34. 4 out of 5

    Jeff

  35. 4 out of 5

    Tony

  36. 5 out of 5

    Pam

  37. 4 out of 5

    Lillian Kowalewski

  38. 5 out of 5

    Lisa

  39. 4 out of 5

    raul grullon

  40. 4 out of 5

    Janet

  41. 4 out of 5

    Robert Piacquad

  42. 4 out of 5

    Cecilia

  43. 4 out of 5

    Rachel

  44. 4 out of 5

    Donna Harris

  45. 5 out of 5

    Jasmine

  46. 4 out of 5

    Michael

  47. 4 out of 5

    Michelle Willms

  48. 4 out of 5

    Emmalee Miller

  49. 4 out of 5

    Max

  50. 4 out of 5

    Faith Anderson

  51. 4 out of 5

    Richard

  52. 4 out of 5

    Victor Fendley

  53. 4 out of 5

    Tamara! aka AmyG.Dala

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