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Coyote Cal - Tales from the Weird West Kindle Edition
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This collection was more fun than rowdy rodeo. Bigger than life characters where over the top works wonderfully. Familiar western story plots with supernatural twists. Shape-shifters, zombies, witches, vampires, and monsters. The stories are clever and highly entertaining.
"Fool's Gold" was my favorite and the perfect tale to start off the collection. Coyote Cal and Big Yap face off against a wizard that has some surprising powers.
"El Diablo de Paseo Grande" was a close second. While I'm a big fan of Cal, I also liked the addition of Donna Jamison. She's a witch and not you're typical woman of the old west. She's got bite, but there might be things in the dark that she can't face alone.
Highly recommended for those that love weird west stories.
Coyote Cal is abbetted by his two companionsb Yap, and the witch.
At first its all guns blazing between Cal and the witch. But then, when the dust settles, peace reigns supreme...for all of about 5 minutes. Then, Cal, Yap, and the witch set off on an adveture featuring monsters and dead animals. Then things get weird!
This is a fun short story which is a real spoof of the big time cowboy films.
Cowboys meeting in the street for a shoot out. Add a little magic and wham...you get a Weird West tale.
This story was short but fun. I would have liked to know more about the connection between the characters who meet in this book. And I would also like to know more about where the monster came from.
If you read a story and it leaves you wanting more...then it's a good book. This is a good book.
Navigating his way through this new weird western world is Coyote Cal and his sidekick (all western heroes have a sidekick), Big Yap. I've read a number of stories in this collection (as stand alones, but now brought together in an omnibus edition) and can recommend them. In the second episodic tale of Coyote Cal, we see our hero try to outsmart (and outgun) his witchy nemesis. Does he succeed? Read it to find out. Most of these stories can be read on their own, but the fun is seeing the series unfold and the characters develop over time. Good for a week of lunch break laughs.
Highly recommended stuff.