Deathlands: Salvation Road - James Axler Reviews
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Newest Review: ... published in just a few months, and the third such story that Boot has contributed..... This book starts with a paticulary ... more
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by - written on 21/08/11 (Very useful, 25 readings)
When original author Lawerence James died, Gold Eagle took the decision to carry on publishing the Deathlands adventures using a series of new writers who would continue to write under the House Name of James Axler. Lawerence James, who wrote the first thirty-two books in this cycle, pretty much set the benchmark for the standard of writing that Deathlands fans had come to expect but, every now and again with these new authors, a real stinker appears to slip through the net. Salvation Road, ghost-written by Andy Boot, is the first of the new generation of Deathlands books that I have picked up and certainly does not bode well for the other later novels in ... Read the complete review
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