Deathlands: Twilight Children - James Axler Reviews
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Pages: 352, Edition: First Edition, Mass Market Paperback, Harleq ...
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by - written on 25/08/11 (Very useful, 18 readings)
Twilight Children is the twenty-first book in the extensive Deathlands cycle set in an alternative future one hundred years after a nucleur war. Ryan and his companions travel what used to be the United Statess using a series of Matter-Transporters that lay buried and hidden in reclusive Goverment redoubts but their destinations are rarely controllable and this can have varied results.... In this latest installment, the group end up in an abandoned and deserted tourist Ville from the days before Skydark when the world blew out. But it is not totally uninhabited and soon the group are blazing a hasty retreat from the rather unfriendly wildlife that lives there. ... Read the complete review
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