Deathlands: Dark Resurrection - James Axler Reviews
Description:Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Author: James Axler / Kindle Edition / 320 Pages / Book is published 2009-03-01 by Worldwide Library
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by - written on 21/09/11 (Very useful, 17 readings)
The follow-up to Plague Lords, and the second part of The Empire Of Xibalba duology, Dark Resurrection is the eighty-fifth book in Gold Eagles extensive Deathlands series set in an alternative America devastated in a nucleur holocaust. Ryan Cawdor and his group of fellow survivalists travel the length and breadth of Deathlands mainly using hidden Matter-Transporters buried deep beneath Goverment Redoubts scattered all throughout the world but when those aren't conveniently nearby, they are forced to use their feet. On a recent excursion, Ryan and his pals found themselves falling in with the legendary Trader Tom who agreed to help them broker a deal with some ... Read the complete review
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