Deathlands: Dectra Chain - James Axler Reviews
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James Axler Dectra Chain (Deathlands)
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by - written on 19/01/11 (Very useful, 12 readings)
In this seventh book by James Axler, set once more in a post-apocalyptic America now known as The Deathlands, Ryan Cawdor and his group of companions this time come to New England by means of the matter-transporters they use to travel. Near-danger strikes though when they realise the military redoubt they have arrived in opens up into a large body of water! Thankfully, the redoubt is not fully submerged and has just collapsed at the foot of a set of cliffs and once the tide is out, the group are able to make their way to the top and discover where they are using J.B's sextant. Travelling to a near-by Ville, the team discover a fairly prosperous ... Read the complete review
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