Tartarus is book 2 in the West of Hell series.
With Gehenna burning behind them, Karen and McCall had hoped to escape by using the railroad. When one of the moaners is pulled aboard by concerned passengers, the unlikely duo have to survive a train ride from Hell.
As they head further West, toward the mighty Tartarus River, the outlaw and the prostitute must deal with not only an ever increasing army of the dead, but also with the machinations of the living.
|Series:||West of Hell , #2|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||443 KB|
About the Author
After spending more than half a decade working as a Digital Forensics Analyst contractor for the Department of Defense, Jason prefers to spend his time writing and watching movies.
As a Steelers fan living outside of Baltimore, Jason and his wife Erin spend most of their days dodging flying cans of National Bohemian Beer being thrown at them by Ravens fans.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Very good read !!!!
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Great follow up to Gehenna. Karen and McCall thought they had escaped Gehenna and the nightmare they left behind, only to find themselves fighting to survive aboard a train which is slowly but surely being overrun by zombies. Things go from bad to worse very quickly for the pair as they are fighting not only the zombies, but also a couple of outlaws on the train with their own very dangerous agenda. Their eventual escape from the train was traumatic, but they were off, and then their struggle goes from bad to worse as as they set off to Sheol on foot – across the desert – not an easy task. This was a great book, and was in my opinion, even better than Gehenna. Nail biting stuff, especially the ending
I really enjoyed "Gehenna" because, as a zombie/western, it is was so different from anything I've ever read. I was looking forward to reading the next installment in the WEST OF HELL series, and I was not disappointed! "Tartarus" has the action and humor that I enjoy so much in Jason Brant's writing. It hooked me from the first page, and it was hard to put down. There was great character development. You get to know Karen and McCall so much better. Karen rocks as a strong female! There are some interesting twists you will not expect. I laughed, my heart raced, and I even felt like shedding a tear or two. The ending was excellent and left me wanting to know what happens next. I can't wait for #3 in the series! Bring it on!