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Deathlands

Amazon Gate

Written By:James Axler - 2002

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Synopsis

Adventure and suspense in the midst of a new reality

AFTER OBLIVION

At the heart of the strange new post-nuclear world known as Deathlands lie the mysteries of pre-dark society-secrets that may hold the key to a future of peace... or peril. Armed with rare knowledge of top secret twenty-first-century technology. Ryan Cawdor and his band of warrior survivalists traverse the new America, seeking to claim something beyond the grim reality of Deathlands.

SEEK OR DIE

In the radiation-blasted heart of the northwest, Ryan and his companions form a tenuous alliance with a society of woman warriors in what may be the stunning culmination of their quest. After years of searching, they have found the gateway to the pre-dark cabal of the Illuminated Ones—and perhaps their one chance to reclaim the future from the jaws of madness. But to seize tomorrow, they must confront its deadly guardians: what is left of the constitutional Government of the United States of America.

Excerpt

It was a hard battle, but the hordes of muties grew less

The Amazons raced forward to gain ground, treading on the corpses of their chilled foes and driving the remaining stickies back. Surveying the carnage, Ryan gave a sigh of relief and exhaustion. "Fireblast, I thought they'd never stop coming."

"They'll need to regroup, too," Gloria stated, "if they're going to attack. So we should have some time." The Gate queen directed her people to make camp, clear the chilled and tend to the few minor wounds the warriors had received.

Ryan gathered together his people. Speaking softly, he said. "It's not the stickies I'm worried about."

Doc noticed the puzzled look that Jak gave the one-eyed man, and spoke. "If I am not mistaken, my dear Ryan, you allude to the fact that our little mutie friends were genetically altered?"

Ryan nodded. "And if we're approaching the place you've heard of, then..."

"Then the danger may not be from the stickies," Mildred finished.

Catastrophe:

war

Type:

fantastical
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