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Morningside Fall (Legends of the Duskwalker Series #2)
     

Morningside Fall (Legends of the Duskwalker Series #2)

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by Jay Posey, Steven Meyer-Rassow (Illustrator)
 

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Second in the Tales of the Duskwalker series.

The lone gunman Three is gone.

Wren is the new governor of the devastated settlement of Morningside, but there is turmoil in the city. When his life is put in danger, Wren is forced to flee Morningside until he and his retinue can determine who can be trusted.

They arrive at a border outpost to find it has been

Overview

Second in the Tales of the Duskwalker series.

The lone gunman Three is gone.

Wren is the new governor of the devastated settlement of Morningside, but there is turmoil in the city. When his life is put in danger, Wren is forced to flee Morningside until he and his retinue can determine who can be trusted.

They arrive at a border outpost to find it has been infested with Weir in greater numbers than anyone has ever seen. These lost, dangerous creatures are harbouring a terrible secret – one that will have consequences not just for Wren and his comrades, but for the future of what remains of the world.

New threats need new heroes…
 
“Gritty action-packed drama so hi-res and real you’ll believe you got something in your eye.” -
Matt Forbeck, author of Amortals and Dangerous Games

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Editorial Reviews

From the Publisher
Praise for Jay Posey:

"Stark and powerful, THREE is a stunning debut. Reinventing the post-apocalyptic western as a journey across interior badlands as dangerous as the cyborg-haunted terrain his hero must cross, Posey has crafted a story that is impossible to put down." 
- Richard E. Dansky, author of Snowbird Gothic

"Three feels like the result of tossing Mad Max, Neuromancer and Metal Gear Solid into a blender. If you don't find that combination appealing, then I do not understand you as a human being."
-Anthony Burch, writer for Borderlands 2 and Hey Ash Watcha Playin

"Jay Posey creates a vivid and mesmerizing world whose characters are so real and so flawed that you'll recognize them immediately.  An unforgettable read." 
-Peter Telep, co-author of the #1 NY Times Bestseller Against All Enemies 

"A post-apocalyptic road yarn sure to yank your trigger and tug at your heart." 
- Matt Forbeck, author of Amortals and Dangerous Games

"... there’s no doubt that Posey is someone to definitely watch as a rising star with this debut."
- www.birthofanewwitch.wordpress.com

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780857663658
Publisher:
Watkins Media
Publication date:
04/29/2014
Series:
Legends of the Duskwalker Series , #2
Pages:
512
Sales rank:
269,476
Product dimensions:
4.20(w) x 6.90(h) x 1.40(d)

Meet the Author

Jay Posey is a narrative designer, author, and screenwriter. Currently employed as Senior Narrative Designer at Red Storm Entertainment, he's spent about 8 years writing and designing for Tom Clancy's award-winning Ghost Recon and Rainbow Six franchises. He started in the video game industry in 1998, and has been writing professionally for over a decade. A contributing author to the book Professional Techniques for Video Game Writing, Jay has lectured at conferences, colleges, and universities, on topics ranging from basic creative writing skills to advanced material specific to the video game industry. The author lives in Durham, NC.

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Morningside Fall 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
These books have a very anime 'feel' to them. Not much substance, but entertaining. Im not too happy with the way this book ended (it felt like it just cut off at the end) and I am hoping that the author is planning on continuing the series.
TheSaintly More than 1 year ago
Though not as interest and enjoyable read as the first, it was still well written.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Posey makes his post-apocalyptic, weary world both inviting and terrifying. Picking up the threads from the excellent "Three", he expands the scope of his story without losing the human factor that made the first book so good.  Highly recommended.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
After Three died in first book, this one is all about a little boy crying and going into tears at almost every chapter!!!!!!! What a waste of my time for reading this garbage!!