Haven's Blight (Deathlands Seies #102)

Haven's Blight (Deathlands Seies #102)

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by James Axler
     
 

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The future rose from the ashes of nuke-scorched America with a vengeance. The unchecked wrath of Deathlands pits Ryan Cawdor and his companions against long odds. But their skill as survivors, strategists and warriors is unmatched and they've held on to something more precious than life: their humanity. They nurture the hope that somewhere, hidden amid the

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The future rose from the ashes of nuke-scorched America with a vengeance. The unchecked wrath of Deathlands pits Ryan Cawdor and his companions against long odds. But their skill as survivors, strategists and warriors is unmatched and they've held on to something more precious than life: their humanity. They nurture the hope that somewhere, hidden amid the grotesquerie of a tortured land, safety and sanctuary awaits.

Bartering their expertise to a nautical band of brilliant technomads, Ryan's group fi nds trouble waiting in the steaming, fetid swamplands of the Louisiana Gulf. Merciless storms and pirates strand them in Haven. But the barony's inviting name masks a ville hijacked by fear, territorial conflict and monstrous horror. With the gravely injured Krysty Wroth's fate uncertain, a desperate Ryan aids the strange but hospitable Baron Blackwell in his effort to save Haven from a genetic blood curse. He'll succeed, provided his luck—and his options—don't run out first.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781459219717
Publisher:
Worldwide Library
Publication date:
01/01/2012
Series:
Deathlands Series , #102
Sold by:
HARLEQUIN
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
320
Sales rank:
494,908
File size:
411 KB

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Haven's Blight 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
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Just finished havens blight and it felt as if someone other than james axler wrote it. I have every one of the deathlands books except the first one. This was my first ebook and just did not flow the same as his other books have. The plot was good but it seemed disjointed and jumped around too much. There were times that i had to go back a page to see if something had been missed.u
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have been reading Deathlands for years. Yeah the plots are pretty much all the same. But, every novel is a great way to sit back drink a beer and forget the day's worries.