“Gwyn possesses a distinctive voice that is, nevertheless, a recognizably Western rhythm [ . . . ] His language is equal parts sophisticated imagery, evocative simile, and folksy. Dialogue is enriched with a smart, wholly unexpected humor that you will learn to look forward to with bright anticipation [ . . .] Gwyn offers us an entertaining tale of misfits finding each other that is also an inspiring, hopeful exploration of an alternate vision of violence and masculinity.”
Read the full review in Lone Star Literary.