A good one!
The Strange Adventures of Rangergirl
4 1/2 GOLD (out of a possible 5 stars -- 4 1/2 gold is "phenomenal")
In this genre-bending debut novel, Pratt has written a fantastical
Western that is full of love and affection for westerns, for Santa
Cruz, and for the damaged souls who populate the world.
Marzi McCarty, night manager of Genius Loci, the oddest coffee shop in
Santa Cruz, may spend her nights slinging espresso, but her days are
spent crafting her comic book, The Strange Adventures of Rangergirl.
Soon Marzi realizes that Rangergirl's reality is bleeding into hers
and, in order to defeat Rangergirl's nemesis, the Outlaw, she's going
to have face her fractured past and her fears. Accompanied by her
best friend, Lindsay, and her possible love interest Jonathan, Marzi
faces down the Outlaw, a primal god with a distinctly apocalyptic
Marzi is an incredibly sympathetic heroine whose struggles become the
reader's, and her world becomes as real as ours. A stunning
accomplishment, this book will appeal to many readers. Bits and
pieces of many fantastic genres represented here, fused into a
coherent whole that is something completely new and wonderful.
--Natalie A. Luhrs,
Romantic Times Book Club Magazine
The review isn't up on their website yet (I'm not sure if it ever will be -- I don't know if they reprint all their reviews online, or only some), but the page with the rating is online here, so you know I ain't lying...
[Update: in the comments, the reviewer says it should be online in 2 or 3 months, so I'll link to it all legit-like then.]