The six-gun tarot, its a weird western its a perfect mix of fantasy and western Nevada, 1869: Beyond the pitiless 40-Mile Desert lies Golgotha, a cattle town that hides more than its share of unnatural secrets. The sheriff bears the mark of the noose around his neck; some say he is a dead man whose time has not yet come. His half-human deputy is kin to coyotes. The mayor guards a hoard of mythical treasures. A banker's wife belongs to a secret order of assassins. And a shady saloon owner, whose fingers are in everyone's business, may know more about the town's true origins than he's letting on.
A haven for the blessed and the damned, Golgotha has known many strange events, but nothing like the primordial darkness stirring in the abandoned silver mine overlooking the town. Bleeding midnight, an ancient evil is spilling into the world, and unless the sheriff and his posse can saddle up in time, Golgotha will have seen its last dawn…and so will all of Creation.
R. S. Belcher's The Six-Gun Tarot is "an astonishing blend of first-rate steampunk fantasy and Western adventure." (Library Journal, Starred Review) Its the first in a series
The Remnant Chronicles, The Lunar Chronicles, The Mortal Intruments, The Unwanteds if you're younger, School for Good and Evil, Ms. Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children if you're into more supernatural things... That's all I got off the top of my head. :)
My favorite books and series are: 01. "The Wardstone Chronicles" by Joseph Delaney 02. "The Starblade Chronicles" by Joseph Delaney 03. "Harry Potter" series by J. K. Rowling 04. Cormoran Strike books by J. K. Rowling (Under pseudonym Robert Galbraith) 05. "Lorien Legacies" by Pittacus Lore 06. "Alex Rider" series by Anthony Horowitz 07. "The 5th Wave" series by Rick Yancey 08. "Arena 13" by Joseph Delaney 09. "The Hunger Games" series by Suzanna Collins 10. "Sherlock Holmes" novels and short stories by Sir Aurthur Conon Doyle 11. "The Maze Runner" series by James Dashner 12. "Divergent" series by Veronica Roth In my opinion, all these books and series are equally good, but are good in there own way depending on the themes and styles of the book, the perspective the book is written in, the characters within each book and the book's intended target audience. I'd recommend looking up all these books :D