Deathlands: Trader Redux - James Axler Reviews
Description:ISBN 0373625243 / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Author: James Axler / Edition: First Edition / Mass Market Paperback / 352 Pages / Book is ... more
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by - written on 19/08/11 (Very useful, 17 readings)
Trader Redux is the twenty-fourth book in the Deathlands cycle set in an alternative future where America and Russia have destroyed the known world in a full-scale nucleur war. It is a rare book in the series because it sees Ryan and J.B.Dix apart from the rest of their group and meeting up once more with the legend that is The Trader; a man they once travelled with and whom they have long thought dead! Rumours have been circling Deathlands for a while about Trader still being alive and, in recent months, the legendary man has been hunting Ryan and J.B with the intention of meeting up with his old companions. Together at last, both parties discover much has ... Read the complete review
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