The weird, wild west - an American frontier populated by gunslingers, rattlesnakes, outlaws, zombies, aliens, time travelers, and steampunk! Twenty-three of science fiction and fantasy's hottest and most popular authors create all-new tales, written exclusively for this anthology. Aliens and monsters, magic and science are introduced to the old west, with explosive results.
©2014 Introduction by John Joseph Adams; The Red-Headed Dead by Joe R Lansdale; The Old Slow Man and His Gold Gun From Space by Ben H Winters; Hellfire on the High Frontier by David Farland; The Hell-Bound Stagecoach by Mike Resnick; Stingers and Strangers by Seanan McGuire; Bookkeeper, Narrator, Gunslinger by CharlesYu; Holy Jingle by Alan Dean Foster; The Man With No Heart by Beth Revis; Wrecking Party by Alastair Reynolds; Hell from the East by Hugh Howey; Second Hand by Rajan Khanna; Alvin and the Apple Tree; by Orson Scott Card; Madam Damnable’s Sewing Circle by Elizabeth Bear; Strong Medicine by Tad Williams; Red Dreams by Jonathan Maberry; Bamboozled by Kelley Armstrong; Sundown by Tobias S Buckell; La Madre Del Oro by Jeffrey Ford; What I Assume You Shall Assume by Ken Liu; The Devil’s Jack by Laura Anne Gilman; The Golden Age by Walter Jon Williams; Neversleeps by Fred Van Lente; and Dead Man’s Hand by Christie Yant (P)2014 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
Yes, There were several of the stories that could be heard more than once.
Because of the humor in some and some was entertaining strange.
More stories, but that's only because I'm greedy.
It is a good wide collection of stories
They had separated the different stories excellent. Without exaggerating their voice change.
It's hard to choose..... The Devil’s Jack by Laura Anne Gilman or
Neversleeps by Fred Van Lente... Or La Madre Del Oro by Jeffrey Ford
No!!! The Golden Age by Walter Jon Williams, the Commodore was fun and weird.
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