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Hong on the Range

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By: William F. Wu
Formats: Rocket eBook (256 KB), Mobipocket (393 KB), MS Reader (475 KB)
Wordcount: 82,000
Price: $5.99

Publisher: Scorpius Digital 8/2000

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In a New West filled with cyber-enhanced cowboys and mechanized singing steers, Louie Hong is a relative rarity: a Control Natural, a human required to forego cyber-enhancement of any kind. Without so much as a bionic arm to rope a steerite with, Louie must make his way through hostile territory filled with outlaws and bank robbers, and a passel of cyborg bounty hunters who think he's both.

Based on the Nebula nominated story "Hong's Bluff," William F. Wu's delightful CyberWestern is a story about coming of age in a strange and dangerous land where a young man's most faithful friend may just turn out to be a computerized steer named Chuck.


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