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Author: James Axler
ISBN13: 978-0373626113
Title: Lost Gates (Deathlands)
Format: doc lit lrf azw
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Language: English
Category: Action and Adventure
Publisher: Gold Eagle; Original edition (November 8, 2011)

Lost Gates (Deathlands) by James Axler

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James Axler is a house name used by the publishing company Gold Eagle Publishing, the action adventure series published by Harlequin Enterprises Ltd. The name 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. James went on to write the next 32 novels before dying on 9 February 2000.

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GATEWAY TO THE FUTUREExistence after Skydark is a gamble against grim odds—winners and losers decided by guns, jack and raw nerve. Still, one intrepid group pushes on, working to understand the secrets of preDark tech at the heart of nuke-altered America. Because keeping hope alive is the next best thing to a good shot at finding something better.LAW OF SUDDEN DEATHBaron Crabbe is dangerously high on legends of the Trader and rumors of a secret cache. He occupies a redoubt but the old tech remains unfathomable. His ace in the hole is Ryan Cawdor and his band. Prisoners at blasterpoint, they're ordered to use the matter-transfer units to secure the whereabouts of the imagined weapons stockpile. Ryan knows the truth—and it won't help Crabbe. But the only option is to play along with the crazed Baron's scheme and make the dangerous jumps in a limited window of time. Staying alive is all about buying time—waiting for their one chance to chill their captors.
Reviews: 7
I have read every James Axler book in the Deathlands series of books except for maybe three and this example was right up there at the top with the rest of them. This is a continuation of the ongoing experiences of Ryan Cawdor and his band of six as they continue the daily ritual of survival in a world that has been savaged by nuclear conflict and the resulting changes to the planet that they live on. Every day brings something different and the trials, and tribulations, that Ryan and his group experience together bring the reader onboard in a way that leaves you wanting for more. Be warned. If you read one, you will find yourself wanting to read them all. That is what happened to me. This is just one great read out of many in the Deathlands series that will not disappoint.
I have been reading the series from the start and have seen some good and some very bad story lines. This was one of the best stories in the last few books. I agree with the last reviewer I hope they continue with the this writer...
This is a good book and was an enjoyable read. The ONLY issue I have is the Author(s) sometimes repeat the same background stuff , about the characters, too much from book to book.
like this series
It was a change reading about the pairing up of the members or Ryan's party, each one displaying their own talents separate from the group as a whole. There was a greater anticipation factor in this book because you didn't know what to expect.
As expected
Excellent series
Lived up to the "Axler" quality. I am still a fan of the series and will likely continue to be.