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In this Western sequel to Birth of a Sidekick, young Ben Parks is stuck in Trueno, Arizona without a mentor. But when a veiled stranger comes to town, he ends up with a second chance at achieving his dream of being an adventure sidekick.

©2016 Rish Outfield (P)2016 Rish Outfield

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  • Tom Tancredi
  • 23-09-2016

great sequel - better than the first!

This sequel is roughly 3x longer than the first tale, 3x more character growth, and 3x the action. i loved it. can't wait for more adventures and hope this becomes a "Rocky Balboa series" for the Author, where we see Benny age and grow over the years

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  • Marshal
  • 14-09-2016

Ben Parks is back to win our hearts again.

Not only does this story carry on the saga of Ben Parks and his journey as a sidekick, but it brings it to us with the versatile and warm voice-acting performance of Rish Outfield. This sequel is truly entertaining, and takes us in unexpected directions. The stakes are raised; and that's saying something after his first adventure with the Lean Rider in "Birth of a Sidekick". I also enjoyed the new characters of Lorelai Scrugs and Josiah Colley. Once again, I am impressed with the refreshing realness of the characters, especially Ben. I can't wait to see what awaits him next.

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