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Six Guns of Madness

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Something evil will be unleashed in the Old West.

Dylan Blaine and his gunfighters have seen a lot on their journey through the Old West, but they face a new danger. The town of Blackwood is terrorized by the Darke Boys, a gang armed with bizarre and exotic weapons. They want an Aztec scroll guarded by an eccentric inventor, the key to awakening an ancient evil. Blaine must
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Kindle Edition, 49 pages
Published September 28th 2013
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Dan Schwent
May 24, 2014 rated it liked it
Shelves: 2014, lendable
The Darke Boys are after the Muertonomicon, the only thing that can summon Quiluru, tentacled god from beyond the stars, from his eternal slumber. The only things standing between the town of Blackwood and utter annihilation are three gunfighters: Dylan Blaine, Ethan Tombstone, and The Kid.

Six Guns of Madness is everything the title implies: gunfighters against Lovecraftian horrors. Doctor Darke has harnessed the unholy alien technology of Quiluru and his Darke Boys are running amock on gross fr
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Dorothy
May 26, 2014 rated it really liked it
Pretty good Western

I understand why they call it a steampunk western, everything anyone with a creative mind can create is created from steampipes. Interesting to see that even in the old world there was evil an inventor trying to destroy mankind. Good Read.
Patrick
Dec 20, 2013 rated it it was amazing
This is what "Cowboys and Aliens" should have been. A perfect mix of Westerns, steampunk, and Lovecraftian horror as three cowboys ride into town to find steampunk-powered bad guys have overrun the place to unleash the evil Quinturu. I only wish it were longer.
Denise
May 24, 2014 rated it really liked it
Fun steampunk western; a short story/very quick read.
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Nigel G. Mitchell is a writer for the popular sci-fi blog, The Geek Twins. His work has been featured regularly in Slashfilm, Blastr, io9, and Screenrant. His short stories have been published in Lost Worlds and Black Hole Magazine. His latest novel is "Dead Links."