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Omega Path (Outlanders #4)

3.8  ·  Rating details ·  75 Ratings  ·  4 Reviews
Determined to prevent the nuclear holocaust that destroyed the world, Kane and company open up a rift in the linear structure of time and travel back to 1997. But as they search for Lakesh, the scientist who can help them, they are led into fabricated versions of the past and pursued by the Men in Black, a group that's aware of Kane's mission and plans to foil his objectiv ...more
Paperback, 347 pages
Published February 1st 1998 by Gold Eagle
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Ms. Nikki
Well, DAMN! I got a dud. Book four was a bunch of timeline-traveling, scientific thesis-like rambling that I zoned out on like I did with my 9th grade history teacher. I just blanked the hell out.

This read did not move the story along at all. How does that time travel idea go? In book terms it's something like this: if you were to bend the book to have the beginning and the end of the book touch you can jump space or something. That's exactly what I should have done; hop-scotched the heck over i
Sep 20, 2013 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Well I tried to like this one but much of it just wouldn't let me. The sound quality is very good, the sound effects are excellent, and the narration is good. The male characters were okay, in a kind of G.I. Joe cartoon way, but the Brigid character sounded like she hated everybody else, and the Domi character sounded like a helium-filled manga creature. The story moved right along at a pace that helped cover inconsistencies. Perhaps it was the sound effects that did it in for me; if you're goin ...more
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Feb 26, 2016 rated it liked it
Set in the same world as the Deathlands series. These books follow another set of adventures in the post holocaust world. Good men's adventures series. Recommended
Ralph McEwen
A good audio book for on the road listening.
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James Axler is a house pseudonym used by Gold Eagle Books, the action adventure imprint of Harlequin Enterprises Ltd.

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. He went on to write the next 32 novels in the Deathlands series as James Axler before passing a
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