Heroes of the Dust: Vanquishing the Dark Angels

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Science Fiction  |  House: Booksie Classic
The story is always the same.

Flaming red hair. A bowler hat. A fast gun.

A corpse.

Almeida, known as "Bad News" to the authorities, is a deadly idealist with a vengeful hunger for justice. She's not proud of the blood on her hands, but who else is going to take care of the bad guys?

Across the dry, barren land of Dust, a lone bounty hunter pieces together clues that may just lead to her downfall, and perhaps reveal some of the sinister secrets of the City as well.

Table of Contents

The Brother

Submitted: March 07, 2013

The beginning. Read Chapter

The Trail

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Read previous chapter, dork. Read Chapter

Young Blood

Submitted: March 07, 2013

  "Did you get 'em? Huh, News?" He inquired as soon as he spotted her.    He was a small boy with wildly tangl... Read Chapter

Storm's Comin'

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He felt it more than he knew it. The storm and the lie. Out here if you don't learn a sense of both, you die. He decided to stay in the l... Read Chapter

Ret and Reta

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  Even if they were used to Dust and all the dirt and wind that came with it, anyone could quickly find themselves miserable and... Read Chapter

A Necessary Stop

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  He hadn't wanted to stop here, but it was a necessity.  Most decent folk would never set foot here.  Even most of th... Read Chapter

The Storm Indoors

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  "Ew, what's this?" Uz grimaced as he pushed the brownish glob in his bowl back and forth with a dented spoon.   ... Read Chapter

Trader

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  He waited patiently. The boulder of a man standing in front of the door examined him from hat to boot. He didn't look smart, b... Read Chapter

Things To Be Done

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  Almeida gazed up at the winking stars and the celestial body that dominated the black night sky, lost in thought. The events t... Read Chapter

Desert and Dust

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The wind blew only slightly, but was still enough to keep a steady swirl of sand and dust in his path. He felt as if he were merely a mov... Read Chapter

Three Mistakes

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Heat waves shimmered over the rough, dusty terrain, bending and distorting the far off, flat line that was the horizon. The stagecoach, a... Read Chapter

Arriving at Hub's

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He stopped the mule a hundred paces or so from the outer wall. It was a few feet high and ran in a perfect circle. It was about a hundred... Read Chapter