You would be happy that how much you could save by doing book price comparison. The story is pretty straight forward. After watching a ton of similarly themed movies and reading some short stories, I came across this book and came away pleasantly surprised after reading it. The pseudo author James Axler is one with many faces and achievements. As much as I like Ryan Cawdor, he switches between a casual lingo with incomplete words and sentences to a proper English gentleman who never uses contractions. Opening scene and characters felt cliched, probably because it's been so many years since the book was written. Very few survived, and many who did were horribly mutated.
The prologue is especially guilty of this: I'm sure the intricate details of how the Cold War ruined the entire planet was very fascinating at one time, but whew, it comes across as a bit of overkill now. What I most of all didn't expect was to finish this book, which ends on a cliff-hanger with the main driver for the next hundred books already in place, immediately thinking - pass me the next one, that was incredible! ~ Ana Mardoll One of the reasons I rate this book so highly is because I was expecting so little from it, and it is very rare that I have been so completely surprised. Nothing wrong with it, just felt a little slow in comparison with the first 80%. Reading this book it felt like I had been caught in an awful B-type movie. I have always been a fan of post-apocalyptic settings and this book was one hell of a ride from start to finish. The monsters are pretty horrific.
I never cared for t This has been recommended to me several times, but I didn't think it was my cup of tea. Unlike your usual audiobooks Graphic Audio are fully casted with sound effects etc. This is the read that is not only cr My ratings system is as follows. Once they have finished, they have to pick up the next one and read it quickly. Survival in a world filled with radioactive red dust from a nuclear war leaves people looking for stores of weapons, food, and technology the preholocaust people left in redoubts, which are lonely outposts.
A friend recently gave me a whole load of ebooks, and much to my surprise, these books are in there, so I look forward to re-reading them at my leisure, and seeing what happened after I stopped buying them. It is great to join these heroes on their journey, while they find all kinds of interesting things. I didn't expect the author to be able to portray such a believable set of characters, who somehow retain a glimmer of nobility underneath the vicious, dog-eat-dog attitude they have had to learn simply to survive. More bookstores from other countries will be added soon. The characters are fairly flat but interesting.
Get up to 90% off list price! I recently decided to re-read my Deathlands novels, so I've been going through in order. I highly recommend this book for amateur authors. Some felt this was their favorite book out of the entire series. They used the pen names Jack Adrian and James Axler respectively. Ryan does not handle it stoically, but is reduced to screaming through a gag to indicate his willingness to cooperate.
Mutants Muties and Cannibals Cannies are the common foe in the Deathlands. We use this information to create a better experience for all users. This is post-apocalyptic pulp fiction. There are 100 volumes of Deathlands, written by 12 different authors under the house name James Axler. Don't know why I have the audio version listed, I actually read this one. In the blasted heart of the new America, a group of men and women plan desperately to escape the eerie wastes and mutated life forms of their nuclear hell.
I enjoy a good literary art piece as much as the next book nerd, but sometimes the old gray matter needs a break. I've been i I'd give this a 2. Ryan Cawdor and his group of warriors battle a mutant tyrant who is willing to sacrifice human lives in order to find a better way of life in the Deathlands. James managed to publish his first full-length novel in 1974 titled Earth Lies Sleeping. They include Brigid Baptiste Kane, Domi, and Grant. The day of a president being inaugurated in the year 2001 , a one-megaton blast tore through the Soviet embassy, which is located in Washington, D. I'm opting to round down and not up based on gut feeling.
One of the most irritating habits of the writing is to describe just the gun in great detail. The story is about the survivors after a nuclear war that wipes out civilization. The series is written by several authors writing under the pen name James Axler. Christopher Lowder and Lawrence James authored the first novel for Deathlands series, Pilgrimage to Hell. Ryan Cowdar and Krysty Wroth are the main protagonists with an array of supporting characters. Did you see the cover? They could all be played by Arnold Schwarzenegger as Dutch and Sly Stallone as Rambo.
I recently tried to read an old Mack Bolan book usually sold alongside torrid romances on supermarket racks around the country and I had to put it down. For quite a while, he wrote short science fiction stories, which were published in Britain and the United States. The pseudonym was first used for the Deathlands series, which began in 1986 with Pilgrimage to Hell, co-written by Christopher Lowder under the pseudonym Jack Adrian and Laurence James. To learn more about cookies, please see our. However, I was pleased to be on the motorway and out of earshot when I hit a sex scene. A dark gritty tale of a rag-tag bunch who are just trying to survive in what the past had created for them.