Wildclown Hijacked

Wildclown Hijacked

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by G. Wells Taylor
     
 

A BODY SNATCHER IN GREASETOWN? The Gorshin Institute offers a miracle cure for rich and famous addicts. When a millionaire's son in Wildclown's care goes missing, the detective has to risk it all to clear his name. Wildclown battles through a gruesome landscape of undead bandits and body snatchers to a final showdown with a mad scientist high above the World of

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A BODY SNATCHER IN GREASETOWN? The Gorshin Institute offers a miracle cure for rich and famous addicts. When a millionaire's son in Wildclown's care goes missing, the detective has to risk it all to clear his name. Wildclown battles through a gruesome landscape of undead bandits and body snatchers to a final showdown with a mad scientist high above the World of Change.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940000791387
Publisher:
G. Wells Taylor
Publication date:
11/21/2009
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
1,057,631
File size:
340 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

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Meet the Author

G. Wells Taylor is currently promoting his Dracula of the Apes trilogy and preparing The Night Once More - a Wildclown Novel for a December 10, 2015 release. He is also writing a new Variant Effect installment due to launch in 2016. Taylor lives in Canada and would like to thank his readers in advance.

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Wildclown Hijacked 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really do enjoy this series. Introduced to Wells and detective Wildclown through B&N's Free Fridays, I went on to read books two and three in the Apocalypse series and enjoyed the second but was frankly disappointed by the third. I started "Wldclown: Hijacked" with reservations but was immediately pulled into the story by the style of writing I had enjoyed so much in the first novel. Wells has a great turn of phrase and his 1950's noir style just suits so well. His description of a briefly-met woman is vivid and his simile of an alchoholic fallen from the wagon is hilarious. I still have my complaints about the poor editing but I will definitely be reading more about Wildclown and highly recommend the series to others.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Everything this author writes has been nothing short of amazing. You know a book is "great" when you go out of your way to tell others about it. This author is as good as it gets and I can't wait for more.
kalilives More than 1 year ago
Again another amazing offer from G Wells Taylor :)
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