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Honey Beaumont (2nd Edition)

An Enchanting Post-Apocalyptic Dystopian Western Fantasy Filled With Magic, Machines, and Adventure

by Sara Bushway

About HONEY BEAUMONT

On Honey Beaumont's sixteenth birthday, he heard about a group of adventurers who had stopped a crime ring of highway robbers in New Texas. After sixteen years in an abusive home and then getting adopted just to become a "house-boy," Honey decided to leave his past behind and join The Adventurer's Guild. The Guild is a group of people who stand for justice and serve the commoner, as long as they can pay.


Honey wanted nothing more but to travel around the world helping people. Illiterate and ill-prepared for a war-torn world, Honey embarks on the journey of a lifetime with the Guild. With newfound skills and friends in tow, he needs to find the strength and courage to return to his abusive home and save the love of his life.


Embarking on a journey of a lifetime, being a hero is harder than Honey ever imagined, but at least he has his friends by his side to help him save the day.

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Once upon a time, an unlikely hero was born out of servitude. Honey Beaumont, our hero, strived to do right by everyone and see justice prevail no matter the consequence. He dreamt of the intrepid Adventurer's Guild and helping those who can't help themselves.


Every day our hero persevered the wrath of Byron, his owner. Helping those around him doesn't fill Byron's pockets, bringing out anger in his boss. One day, Byron brutally attacks Honey after a wealthy client offers to help Honey leave the life of servitude and be free. After the attack, Honey was scarred, disfigured, and with a grudge. He begrudgingly left his home and the love of his life behind to move into a new and luxurious home.


Honey mingles amongst those in the new house and learns about the world's inequalities, especially between the nobodies and humans. But with his new owner forbidding him from being independent, Honey has no other choice but to leave this new luxurious life behind.


Freedom for Honey meant joining the Adventure's Guild, becoming a hero, and helping his family leave the horrible place he used to call home. Will Honey be strong enough to take on Byron? Only time will tell.

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Praise & Reviews

“The combination of dystopian pre-war chaos with the familiarity of the Old West creates an adventurous and threatening backdrop for the plot. Overall, an enjoyable read, and I look forward to seeing what this writer releases next!” —Rachel Le Mesurier, author of Artie’s Courage and The Musician’s Promise Series


A wonderful read with an engaging, sweet protagonist in Honey Beaumont. Wonderful, evocative writing. It was a pleasure to get to know Honey, this fascinating world the author created, and ride along for all of the adventures. I hope there are more books and adventures coming for Honey Beaumont!” —Starred Review 5/5


“Reading this was amazing! Following the main character, Honey, throughout this book and watching him grow and change was so wonderful. I only wish I could read it for the first time again. I guess I'll have to reread it” —Starred Review 5/5


"A great read… several well-developed characters set in a world that has changed dramatically… will keep you turning pages. Highly recommend to people who like action." —Starred Review 5/5


"An exciting tale in a unique world featuring Honey Beaumont’s magical journey from who he was when he was born to the hero he was meant to be. A fast and exciting read. I couldn't put it down!" —Starred Review 5/5

Sara Bushway

About SARA BUSHWAY

Sara Bushway’s debut fiction novel is “Honey Beaumont: A Hero is Hard,” a dystopian fantasy full of magic, machines, and adventure in the old west. Being a hero is harder than Honey could have ever imagined, but at least he has his friends by his side to help him save the day.

Sara’s first poem was published in the anthology “A Celebration of Young Poets” when she was sixteen. Since then, she has written many more poems and several contest-winning short stories, some of which have been published in a collection called “Things As They Seem.” Sara has also been published in the scholarly gaming journal, The Journal of Gaming and Virtual Worlds.

With the recent release of her debut novel by 5310 Publishing, Sara looks forward to producing her next two novels in progress while working on getting her Master of Clinical Psychology and working as a Behavioural Health Specialist. Her current works in progress are a continuation and expansion on the tale of Little Red Riding Hood and a story about a teenaged boy trying to navigate the meat-grinder known as high school who is possessed by a demon.

Books by Sara Bushway

Honey Beaumont: An Enchanting Post-Apocalyptic Dystopian Western Fantasy Filled With Magic, Machines, and Adventure

Honey Beaumont: An Enchanting Post-Apocalyptic Dystopian Western Fantasy Filled With Magic, Machines, and Adventure

Honey Beaumont: Being a Hero is Hard

Honey Beaumont: Being a Hero is Hard

HONEY BEAUMONT: An Enchanting Post-Apocalyptic Dystopian Western Fantasy Filled With Magic, Machines, and Adventure

Author: Sara Bushway
330 Pages (paperback and hardcover)

Hardcover ISBN: 9781990158773
Paperback ISBN: 9781990158797
Ebook / Kindle ISBN: 9781990158780
Audiobook: 9781990158834

Published by 5310 Publishing
Publication date: 2022-August-02

YOUNG ADULT FICTION / Dystopian
YOUNG ADULT FICTION / Fantasy
YOUNG ADULT FICTION / Magical Realism

Teenage fiction themes: Action & adventure stories; Magical realism; Speculative, dystopian & utopian fiction; Relationship stories – Romance, love, or friendship.
Teenage personal and social topics: Life skills and choices; Abuse; Runaways.
Narrative themes: Coming of age; Identity & Belonging; Orphans & Foster Homes; Class Differences