Deathlands: Latitude Zero - James Axler Reviews
Description:ISBN 037362512X / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Author: James Axler / Edition: First THUS / Mass Market Paperback / 352 Pages / Book is published 1991-12-31 by Silhouette Books
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Latitude Zero is the twelveth, of ninety-nine books at last count, to feature in the Deathlands series set in a futuristic post-apocalypse America. Readers of my reviews, or fans of this ongoing series, will recall that the novels centre around Ryan Cawdor and his band of mercenaries as they travel across the land by means of secret matter-transporters hidden deep beneath goverment military redoubts. Except this time around, things are a little different....... Following on directly from the last book, Latitude Zero begins with Ryan and his companions taking shelter just as the last military redoubt they left self destructs due to a booby trap device the group ... Read the complete review
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