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Summary: A Greatly Thrilling Story of the Old West.
Rated: PG
Categories: Giantess, Adventure, Crush, Growing/Shrinking out of clothes, Growing Woman, Instant Size Change, Violent, Vore Characters: None
Growth: Brobdnignagian (51 ft. to 100 ft.)
Shrink: None
Size Roles: F/m
Warnings: None
Challenges: None
Series: Female Self-Gigantism Through The Ages
Chapters: 17 Completed: Yes
Word count: 11189 Read: 43934
Published: February 28 2014 Updated: September 20 2015

1. Chapter 1 by Carycomic [Reviews - 9] starstarstarstarstar (607 words)

2. Chapter 2 by Carycomic [Reviews - 2] starstarstarstarstar (609 words)
Certain now-pejorative terms, used herein, are meant only for historical authenticity.

3. Chapter 3 by Carycomic [Reviews - 2] starstarstarstarstar (653 words)

4. Chapter 4 by Carycomic [Reviews - 2] starstarstarstarstar (675 words)
EL HOYO DE MIERDA, MEXICO (1875)

5. Chapter 5 by Carycomic [Reviews - 2] starstarstarstarstar (864 words)

6. Chapter 6 by Carycomic [Reviews - 3] starstarstarstarstar (566 words)
SOUTH-CENTRAL CHIHUAHUA, MEXICO (1875)

7. Chapter 7 by Carycomic [Reviews - 2] starstarstarstarstar (603 words)
Once more, all Spanish translations come after the chapter.

8. Chapter 8 by Carycomic [Reviews - 3] starstarstarstarstar (534 words)
Special note: the military conflict between the United States and Mexico (1846-48) was referred to, in American history books, as simply "the Mexican War" well into the 1960's. So, I use that obsolete nomenclature simply for the retrospective feel of it in Malarkey's "flashbacks."

9. Chapter 9 by Carycomic [Reviews - 3] starstarstarstarstar (557 words)
ZACATECAS, MEXICO (1874)

10. Chapter 10 by Carycomic [Reviews - 1] starstarstarstarstar (634 words)
Writer's block finally eroded.

11. Chapter 11 by Carycomic [Reviews - 0] (581 words)
Oops! I forgot to apologize for the long delay in updating. Let's just say it took longer than I anticipated to erode this latest writer's block. I also apologetically remind the politically correct that certain now-pejorative terms are used only to provide historical context (i.e., the narrator is supposed to be speaking, in hindsight, from 1904).

12. Chapter 12 by Carycomic [Reviews - 2] starstarstarstarstar (779 words)
EL CANON DE COBRE, MEXICO (1875)

13. Chapter 13 by Carycomic [Reviews - 1] starstarstarstarstar (564 words)
TONKAWA SPRINGS, TEXAS (1875)

14. Chapter 14 by Carycomic [Reviews - 1] (831 words)
DENVER, COLORADO (1875)

15. Chapter 15 by Carycomic [Reviews - 1] (555 words)
OK! I sincerely did think this was going to be the true final chapter. To paraphrase the wit and wisdom of Sir Pixis, however: "Some stories just seem to keep on writing themselves!"

16. Chapter 16 by Carycomic [Reviews - 0] (777 words)
PUEBLO DEL VADO, MEXICO
(LATE SPRING, 1875)

17. Chapter 17 by Carycomic [Reviews - 1] starstarstarstarstar (800 words)
Finally: the true conclusion!