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That's amazing teamwork on the part of those shrimp. Two badasses who also play well with others - extraordinary.

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I wonder if those eyes were a model for the pupils of the 'partially dead' on In The Flesh.

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That spoonwing is just gorgeous. Give it some bioluminesence and make it hang glider size - would fit right in as an extra in Avatar.

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Human imagination is astounding. Who looks at that thing and says "hey, fabric!"

Thanks for another very interesting installment.

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#5  Edited By Wim_Garnet

I'm VERY curious to learn what's going on with Graycloud. Thanks.

I've finally met my goal of reading all of Wild Western, only to finish a month after everyone stopped writing it. Such is life. I hope you or others come back to it sometime.

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#6  Edited By Wim_Garnet

Far from slowing down the section, the hand gestures really made it work. An inventive way to make something spiritual into something visual for the reader. Nice!

Was werewolf lore less well known in American culture in the 19th century? The thing about silver feels like one of those things that "everyone knows."

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Some intense surprises in this one. I didn't expect the horse to join the fight. I also didn't expect the wolves to begin to fight amongst themselves.

One moment was awkward to me - when the Indian is disgusted. It feels like to shift into his point of view for a moment, when otherwise the point of view was Johnny's. Maybe "disgust written on his face" would say the same thing and keep it external?

Thanks!

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Enjoyed this, looking forward to the rest. I immediately assumed the wolf was holding one of the children, so your intent worked for me.

Boy, I just finished listening to "Island of Dr. Moreau" then come back into the Wild Western and find more beast-people. Like Prendick, I'm starting to see that savage gleam in every eye... :>

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@impurestcheese: Thanks for checking it out.

You take breaks? Hard to believe, judging from your prolific output.

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Another enjoyable second read. What Abby does to Mrs. Wallace at the end - really chilling.

@cbishop My next stop is WW: Legend of Johnny Smokers.