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End Trails - Two Stories of the Weird West (End Trails #1)

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Travel the end trails - paths that lead into dark places, taking you toward the unknown and from which return is far from certain. Tales of things not believed in from the comfort and safety of civilisation, only whispered of on the fringes of exploration, all waiting in the wilderness.

In "Thirteen Bullets" an uncommon sort of preacher is dragged into a frontier town with
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Kindle Edition, 49 pages
Published January 5th 2015
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Glenn Conley
Jun 01, 2015 Glenn Conley rated it really liked it
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This book is fascinating. It's two short stories about the 'weird wild west'. It's like The Twilight Zone, in the wild west, or something. Because these stories are strange. The author took standard wild west tales and put a sci-fi spin on them. It's very cool.

The first story is about a guy who gets stuck in a jail cell, while the Sheriff lies dead just feet away. The keys still attached to the Sheriff's belt. And the whole building is burning down. Oh, and some strange alien creature slithered
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Andrew Jewell
Jan 20, 2015 Andrew Jewell rated it really liked it
I gobbled this little book up with much delight! 13 bullets the first of the two stories was nightmarish and starts with a guy getting a door opened with his face! (Not gonna lie that's what drew me in!) the second story gives you a really good unseen twist ending that made you wish there was more!
C.L.
Sep 15, 2015 C.L. rated it really liked it
Humor mixed with horror

Hudson has a way of making the weird world as humorous as horrifying. Great shorts in this book! Insect haters beware
N.E. White
Jan 08, 2015 N.E. White rated it really liked it
Good stuff, but I couldn't get into one of the stories. Still, worth the cost of admission.
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Andrew Leon Hudson is an Englishman resident in Madrid and has been writing full-time since the beginning of 2012, partly in an attempt to appear as unemployed as everyone else in the country, partly in an attempt to lead a fulfilling life. In preparation for this he has worked in fields as diverse as prosthetic makeup, teaching, contact lens retail, “intoxicant delivery” and the services (custome ...more
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