Coyote Cal

  • by Milo James Fowler
  • Narrated by Rich Brennan
  • 5 hrs and 16 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

There's trouble on the range.
In these thrilling tales from yesteryear, Coyote Cal and his trusty sidekick Big Yap encounter a wizard able to change his shape at will, a scheming witch, a confused zombie, la chupacabra grande, bloodthirsty vampyres, and other sordid fiends. Our heroes will have to rely on their wits, skills, and loads of hot lead to ensure justice prevails.

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Blazing Saddles meets Twilight Zone!

Blazing Saddles meets Twilight Zone! I enjoyed another AUDIO narration, this time of a delightful set of short stories based on all your favorite cowboy heroes plus sidekicks with the added twist of witches, werewolves and other paranormal creatures from the beyond--Wild West morphing into Weird West. Laugh-out-loud funny, they are captivatingly read with a twang, some excellent characterizations and . . . interesting . . . pronunciations of some of the vocabulary. Add a sound track worthy of a Road Runner cartoon and plan to enjoy the highly addictive and delicious sense of humor!
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- Betababe

Pulp Fiction Fun

Coyote Cal is a perfect blend of horror and humor. If you grew up watching reruns of The Lone Ranger and The Cisco Kid, Coyote Cal was written for you. Coyote Cal and his sidekick Big Yap battle one supernatural enemy after another saving the hapless citizens from horrible fates at the hands of wizards, witches, werewolves, vampires, and other monsters. The series is laughably self-aware. Big Yap frequently reminds us and all the characters that Coyote Cal is the hero of these tales. Both Cal and Yap lament the passage of the Old West into the Weird West, but ride into the new landscape without fear. In true hero fashion, Cal accepts no monetary reward for his good deeds--a sore point with Yap--but does accept a kiss or two from grateful damsels. Coyote Cal is pulp fiction fun at its best.

The audio version of the tales include various sound effects which give the narration the feel of a vintage radio program.
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- Jeff Chapman

Book Details

  • Release Date: 02-20-2017
  • Publisher: Milo James Fowler