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End Trails: Two Stories of the Weird West by [Hudson, Andrew Leon]
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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 a bounty on his head, there to face judgement for merely telling the truth - or what may be the truth - but a harsher law is about to be laid down on the townsfolk: Survival of the Fittest.

In "The Lying Room" a troublemaker lies dead, killed in a fair fight, or so the killer claims. Yet some injustices are too great to be bound by death, and even when there's no love lost between brothers one might still rise to defend the other... or himself.

End Trails: stories for the camp-fire, to unsettle the mind before you settle down to sleep...

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  • Print Length: 49 pages
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  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00QHEGN4K
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4.0 out of 5 stars Humor mixed with horror 22 September 2015
By 3Rivers - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
Hudson has a way of making the weird world as humorous as horrifying. Great shorts in this book! Insect haters beware
4.0 out of 5 stars Good quick read 20 January 2015
By andy Jewell - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
13 bullets was in my opinion the better of the two stories ( 13 bullets will give you nightmares!) But the second story does give you a nice twist ending!
4.0 out of 5 stars Western stories have never been this cool 2 June 2015
By glenn conley - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
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 out of the dead Sheriff's mouth, and is coming for this poor sap stuck in the cell.

A very cool story. My eyes were glued to the pages. I couldn't even imagine what would happen next, as the whole town gets infected by this strange alien parasite. Oh, and of course the guy has to get revenge on that bastard who locked him in the cell in the first place. Because it's really a standard western story. But weird.

And then, there's the story about zombies. Wild west zombies. It's about a guy who gets killed during a card game. Because he's a dirty rotten cheater. And, apparently, a rapist. A zombie rapist. Or something.

They dig a grave, and bury that mother****er. But he's not having it. He gets right out and goes on a killing rampage. And then there are zombie whores. Oh my ****ing god. Zombie whores! Can it get any better?

Well, yes actually... Because this story was rather boring. It was a little too much like a standard western story. Too much gun fighting, and not enough zombie fighting. And not enough whores. You can never have too many whores.

But I still really enjoyed this book. It's a quick read, and very well-written. I'd recommend it to anyone who loves westerns. Or anyone who loves sci-fi. Or hell, anyone who just loves weird ****. Because this book totally skull-****s westerns. In the best possible way.
4.0 out of 5 stars convincingly creepy 14 August 2015
By N. J. Prentis - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
13 bullets, the first story was my favourite because I like horror and the creature was convincingly creepy enough to make me wish I'd not read it at bedtime. The second story is equally well written but less my kind of thing because Western isn't really a genre I read.