Hamer’s Quest by Jack Walker (Book Review #1144)


Hamer’s quest is a historical fiction about Jude McAbee traveling to Terlingua, meeting Ranger Frank Hamer, and beginning working together bringing law and order to Navasota.

Rating: 5 out of 5.

The Journey and friendship between Hamer and McAbee really pull the story together, and you get to enjoy the back and forth between the characters and the adventure they face.

The historical references are so exact that the author even uses the abominable words the way they were spoken in 1908-1911. Although most of the novel is fabrications and figments of the imaginary mind, it was still told very well and felt relatable to its period.

The author has hoped this historical novel to be a reflection on the ongoing Christian hypocrisy of our time, and rightfully so, he did an excellent job of portraying this matter.

I recommend this book to historical fiction fans.

Written by Jeyran Main

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2 Comments on “Hamer’s Quest by Jack Walker (Book Review #1144)

  1. I have no idea how you can review so many books–and reveiw them so well and with so much detail. You must be a genius!!!

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