West of the Texas Nebula

Rated 4.75/5 based on 4 reviews
While honoring the visiting dignitaries from Tau Ceti, Sol’s Mayor, Wit Thomason, had a heart attack. He spent a good couple of minutes twitching on the floor, soiling his finest suit, right there in front of aliens, citizens, and everybody. It was only a matter of time before some gunslinger made a move to take over the job. If I wanted to save my skin, it was time for me to get out of Dodge. More
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About Lyndon Perry

Lyndon Perry writes a variety of speculative fiction, from fantasy and science fiction to mystery and spiritual thriller. He's also a middle school Language Arts teacher, part time swim coach, and drinker of coffee.

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Reviews of West of the Texas Nebula by Lyndon Perry

Simon Kewin reviewed on April 8, 2013

This short story is a lot of fun. I've never read space westerns before, but I'll sure read more. West of the Texas Nebula (great title) is rootin' tootin' gunslinging action in an SF setting. Like I say, fun, and nicely written. But then any story with a characters called Whisky Tim and Bart Blackstar is going to be great, right?
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H.G. Estok reviewed on Feb. 24, 2013

A rip-roarin' shoot 'em up with plenty of hot lead to go around. I wouldn't mind reading another space western by these authors, so I sure hope they've got a few more up their sleeves.
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T.K. Toppin reviewed on Dec. 24, 2012

A nice little space western that dives straight into the action. With imagery that reminded me of some outposts in Firefly and that of the Old West - and dialogue to match. Great little read.
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Stoney M. Setzer reviewed on Aug. 5, 2012

In "West of the Texas Nebula," Lyndon Perry and Dan Devine have teamed up to present a fast-paced, entertaining "space western" story. For those who may be unfamiliar with this genre, space westerns take Western-type plots and characters and transplant it into a more science fiction-style setting. This story of an old-fashioned power struggle grabs the reader from the very beginning and doesn't let up until the very end. Excellent!
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