Deathlands: Chill Factor - James Axler Reviews
Description:ISBN 0373625154 / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Author: James Axler / Edition: First Edition / Mass Market Paperback / 352 Pages / Book is ... more
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James Axler Chill Factor (Deathlands)
Pages: 352, Mass Market Paperback, Atlantic Books
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by - written on 19/08/11 (Very useful, 22 readings)
Chill Factor is the fifteenth book in the Deathlands cycle written by original author, Lawrence James under the house name of James Axler for Gold Eagle Publishing who are also responsible for The Executioner novels by Don Pendleton and many other "pulp" series, largely unheard of over here. Chill Factor continues from the end of Dark Carnival with mercenary, Ryan Cawdor, and his bunch of friends returning to the homestead of a former companion in order to pick up his son, Dean Cawdor, with whom he had been staying. But there is a problem....Dean has been captured by Slavers and one of the attackers who was interrogated by Jak and his wife let slip a name from . Read the complete review
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