Hell on Earth (Hellscape #2)
Two prisoners. One forgotten planet. A secret that twists justice beyond all recognition.
Hellscape, Book 2
All Sandman wants is to get away from his violent past on Hell’s End, but trouble follows him, leaving him with more blood on his hands and a one-way ticket aboard a crewless prison transport on a pre-set course for Deimos.
By the time he realizes the transport’s a...more
What a wild ride! As much as I love the first book in the Hellscape series, this one surpassed Hell's End, and stars a secondary character from that book. Of course, I fell in love with Sandman from the moment I met him, so jumped at a chance to find out more about him and where he ended up.
Sandman has been dealt a bad hand in life. Period. Yet the scratching and clawing he had to do to survive has made him one tough Gutter. He'll ...more
Once again, author Ally Blue shows us her immense talent at creating alternative worlds and inhabiting them with the most fascinating people. Sandman is back and larger than life. Vulnerable and angry, he is forced to rely on something other than his own wits to survive and finds himself drawn irresistibly to Vijay. Vijay, himself, is a product of a now barren past life where all he loved and knew had been destroyed. He carries the pain of seeing those he loved burn ...more
The quest for power is the delusions of grandeur on a path of destruction. Freedom is the illusion that masked the corruption. Sandman and Vijay are forced to live with the political deceit, but still have aspirations for true freedom. Reality’s motto for Sandman and Vijay, as well as for others like them, is only the survival of the strongest can hope for an enduring future.
Hell On Earth is the second book in the Hellscape series. The plot is an in-depth account of life on colonized ...more