Jack Adrian began the Deathlands series back in 1986. But after the first few books, he was unable to continue, and Laurence James, AKA James Axler, took over the series.
Jack Adrian began the Deathlands series back in 1986. The series now spans over fifty novels, with Laurence James responsible for writing all the novels up to and including Eclipse at Noon. The other novels, starting from 'Stone Face' with the exception of 'Crucible of Time' have been written by other writers. James Axler is the house name for Gold Eagle Books.
Chrono Spasm by James Axler is book in the Deathlands Series. Chrono Spasm is one of the better offerings in the Deathlands Saga. As most everyone who follows this series knows, there is no James Axler. The Deathlands books are my guilty pleasure in the book reading world. I have to pay for them, oh well. They are not great literature by most standards, but I find them immensely enjoyable reading. We know Ryan Cawdor and his companions are going to be abused, beaten and otherwise mistreated, but they are going to kick butt before it's all done and over. Several different authors write these books.
The obstacles slowed it just enough, giving Jak a fraction of a second to think and respond. He turned back, springing into the stairwell and slamming the door closed. y crash and the door shook behind him as the beast struck against it. He had seen it only for a moment in the darkened store but he recognized the creature as some kind of mutie polar bear, teeth extended into mighty points designed to rend flesh from living prey. He had seen something similar before, but at a distance.
But life in Deathlands is a far cry from actual living. Books related to Chrono Spasm. And the survivors must believe they’ll find something better, because surrendering to the inhospitable forces of a nuked world means giving in to death.
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. 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.
Chrono Spasm (Deathlands Book 109). I have read almost all of the Deathlands books by James Axler, and will continue to read them as they come out. This issue was particularly enjoyable, and I recommend it to anyone who is a Deathlands fan. Ryan and his group find themselves transported into a decaying redoubt many thousands of feet below the surface of the ocean, and time is running out. And the survivors must believe they'll find something better, because surrendering to the inhospitable forces of a nuked world means giving in to death.
Book in the Deathlands Series). SURVIVAL INSTINCT Remnants of humanity have managed to regroup after a global nuclear showdown that decimated the planet. But life in Deathlands is a far cry from actual living.
Apocalypse Unborn (Deathlands). This book is as good as the rest as james Adler books that I have read. I would tell anybody about the Deathland books and James Adler for I have been reading these books for 20 years. Cannibal Moon (Deathlands Remember Tomorrow (Deathlands).