If there was anything that could be done to rectify this tragedy and get my $7.99 back, it just wouldn't be enough. I had a "I feel dirty" moment reading this completely unimaginative piece of fiction. In contrast to re-reading "Crater Lake" the weekend before, it reminds me of of the difference between a '70 Hemi 'Cuda and an 83 K-car...same brand name, but just absolutely no comparison in terms of performance or quality. Keep this up and I'll be reading Dan Brown novels before bedtime.
Received this one as a part of Golden Eagle's Readers Services program last weekend and I was ready for a fresh novel. This has been one of the best Death Lands novel that I have read to date, have not ready that many, but this is one is an excellent one and fast paced in some areas. I would advise all readers to be anxiously awaiting this installment in the saga.
Picked it up a my local borders while waiting for my sis to finish shopping and read a few chapters within a week I was back and I bought the book. I thought it was good and it had its action although now that I've read some of the originals I can see that the author took a few liberties and the story was a bit weak in some parts, over all a good read though. 8/10
This book really wasn't as bad as I was expecting. Yes some of it plodded along in places, but it actually wasn't all that bad of a story.
Is it as good as Shatter Zone, Perdition Valley, or Cannibal Moon? No, but its light years ahead of Black Harvest and Strontium Swamp!
I do think the franchise might be heading in the right direction under Pollatta and Phillipson..