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Fury's Pilgrims (Deathlands #17)

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A bad jump from a near-space Gateway leaves Ryan Cawdor and his band of warrior survivalists in the devastated heart of the American Midwest. Moving through the ruins in the safety of an abandoned war wag, they discover a small community that was once the sprawling metropolis of Chicago.

The town seems devoid of life, until the first night, when Krysty Wroth vanishes with

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Jun 14, 2012 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Ugh. This series is like a train wreck. You can't help but keep reading even though it's pretty much terrible.

The inconsistencies and unexplained impossibilities are driving me nuts.

The author keeps saying about Christy's boots (blue w/ silver toes?) that she's had them on since Ryan first met her. Um, no! When Ryan first met her she was half-naked about to be raped. She got the boots at the Alaskan redoubt where they picked up Lori and lost Hunnigan.

HOW are all "war wags" they just happen to
Timothy Boyd
An average apocalyptic adventure story. This one takes a century after the last war and now there are mutants running around the earth. Recommended
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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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