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Tainted Cascade

No good intentions paved this road to hell...

Author:
Nick Pollotta

Cover Artist:
Dave Seeley

First Edition

Release Date:
May, 2011

Cover Price:
$6.99

ISBN-10:
0-373-62608-8

ISBN-13:
978-0-373-62608-3


Kindle

Release Date:
May, 2011

Cover Price:
$5.99

ISBN-10:
B-004-WPEDE-I


Graphic Audio MP3 CD

Release Date:
October, 2011

Cover Price:
$19.99

ISBN-13:
978-1-599-50800-9


Graphic Audio MP3 Download

Release Date:
October, 2011

Cover Price:
$12.99


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Teaser:

No good intentions paved this road to hell...

Utah's Great Salt Lake Desert remains a death pit of scorching heat, cannies and grim odds. Ryan Cawdor and his group survive the trek there, only to be drugged, robbed and left for the slave trade. The companions must rely on one another to challenge their enemy and settle the score.

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Primal Salvage

The blighted aftermath of a global nuclear showdown, Deathlands exacts a blood price. The living pay it; the dead don't care. For one legendary band of warriors, this barbaric new world holds a chance for redemption: the secrets of the past. They roam a disfigured America, searching for pre-dark tech... seeking the path to a future worth living.

Victory Spoils

Utah's Great Salt Lake Desert remains a death pit of scorching heat, cannies and grim odds. Ryan Cawdor and his group survive the trek there, only to be drugged, robbed and left for the slave trade. Escaping their captors leaves them alive but stripped of their prized gear: their weps, J.B. Dix's glasses, Dr. Mildred Wyth's medical kit and, worse, her secret codex. The companions must rely on each other to challenge their enemy and settle the score.

In Deathlands, revenge is sweeter

Reviews:

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review of "Tainted Cascade"
by Lake
The last twenty or so pages seemed to be chopped, should have been expanded to properly spread the story out. I know they use spell check, but I wish they would PROOF READ . Near the front of the book the author speaks of a slaver as operating a salve trade,page 26,&nbsp;there is a slight difference. Very believable story. Thanks
 
7
A solid 7
by silentalbino
Out of the 7 or so book's i've read so far,this is one of the best. I liked the fact that it was straight into the action as opposed to the usual five chapters of "setting the scene".
And no stupid muties-always a bonus-no 20ft tall budgies!
A solid 7
 
9
Coudln't put it down!
by Timbermountain
Nick got me again and had me reading cover to cover because some butts needed kicking and you just know they were going to get kicked. Great story, the ending seemed a little rushed, but didn't disappoint. Keep going Nick!