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Shatter Zone

The Coldfire Project, Book I

Survive or perish in the dark heart of tomorrow

Author:
Nick Pollotta

First Edition

Release Date:
September, 2006

Cover Price:
$6.50

ISBN-10:
0-373-62585-5


Graphic Audio MP3 CD

Release Date:
December, 2006

Cover Price:
$19.99

ISBN-13:
978-1-599-50168-0


Graphic Audio MP3 Download

Release Date:
December, 2006

Cover Price:
$12.99


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Teaser:

In this raw, brutal world ruled by the strongest and the most vicious, an unseen player is manipulating Ryan and his band, luring him across an unseen battle line drawn in the dust outside Tucson, Arizona. Here a local barony becomes the staging ground for a battle unlike any other, against a foe whose ties to preDark society present a new and incalculable threat to a fragile world. Ryan Cawdor is the only man living who stands between this adversary's glory... and the prize he seeks.

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Blasted Eden

Scattered remains have been salvaged from the abandoned cities that withstood the atomic onslaught at the dawn of the twenty-first century, but the secrets of pre-Dark tech buried in the mass grave of civilization are known to only a few. Possessing understanding and the unshakable will to survive, Ryan Cawdor and his warrior survivalists face each day armed and ready for the enemy called Deathlands, whose formidable power has yet to claim victory over the human spirit...

Defensive Perimeter

n this raw, brutal world ruled by the strongest and the most vicious, an unseen player is manipulating Ryan and his band, luring him across an unseen battle line drawn in the dust outside Tucson, Arizona. Here a local barony becomes the staging ground for a battle unlike any other, against a foe whose ties to pre-Dark society present a new and incalculable threat to a fragile world. Ryan Cawdor is the only man living who stands between this adversary's glory... and the prize he seeks.In the Deathlands, the future lies somewhere between hope.... and hell.

Reviews:

9
by bLiNk
After the last few books I read, reading this one made me want to buy the next one to know what happens next. I havn't read a good Deathlands book like this one for awhile. I hope the next one is great.
 
1
Not bad
by Jeepster

Not bad overall but I'm giving it a low rating in support of my post in the forum.

 
9
Finally!
by jmatt35
Its about time Deathlands had a decent storyline. Some of the dribble we have had to read lately has been downright painfull. This looks like a great series to right the ship so to speak.
 
7
by masdaddieo
Very good book. finally getting back to how the characters act and talk. Look forward to the 2nd book.
 
9
Pretty Darn Good!!
by nidan
New is good and when new includes enemies, weapons, landscape and mystery...well...all right!!!!
DL is on the right track.
 
7
Where has this been??
by Realdeal51
In the many years that I have been reading this series, there have been ups and downs. Prior to this installment of the series, it seemed as those of us who were reading Deathlands were doing so out of loyalty to a series that brought us so much enjoyment in the past, but not much more recently. That being said, it felt as if that we stuck with it in the hopes that by suffering through books like "Seperation" something like "Shatter Zone" would come along and bring hope that a rededication to Deathlands' basic tenets is on the horizon. I am sincere when I say that it was a very pleasant suprise that this came along. I'm waiting for the outcome of that trek through the desert, and the new mysterious figure hunting Doc.....could it be that the old man has known something more than he has been telling all along???