Edens Twilight - James Axler Reviews
Description:ISBN 0373625960 / Genre: Sci-Fi & Fantasy
Newest Review: ... the day when enemy nuclear weapons first transformed America into Deathlands. Ryan and his buddies have heard the rumours but ... more
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James Axler Eden's Twilight (Deathlands)
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by - written on 30/09/11, updated on 02/10/11 (Very useful, 17 readings)
Eden's Twilight is the eighty-sixth book in the ongoing Deathlands cycle; now written by a succession of ghost writers under the house name of James Axler after original author, Lawerence James sadly passed away. As one of the next-generation Deathlands books, it is not bad but has an over-reliance on old ideas and concepts that perhaps are starting to feel, by now, a tad overdone! The basic premise concerns rumours of a long-forgotten hide-away Ville known as Cascade that supposedly dates from before Skydark; the day when enemy nuclear weapons first transformed America into Deathlands. Ryan and his buddies have heard the rumours but so has everyone else and ... Read the complete review
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