Tales from the Wasteland

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Heaven has fallen, leaving behind a scarred visage of the world. The lands are now crawling with all manner of vile creatures: demons, werewolves, vampires, and other unimaginable horrors; all competing to control their own little niche in this new world. Humanity’s only defense against such evil are the hunters; men and women who stand face-to-face against all things that go bump in the night.

Rod Calaway, a hunter of the southern territories, nicknamed the No Leaf Clover, tirelessly wanders the Wasteland eradicating these foul creatures in hopes of one day restoring the pendulum of life back to balance. On his return home, Rod is given a new contract. One that will set in motion a series of events that will alter the world once again. The task will send Rod on a journey north to the Dark City, Orgrimdeare, where he’ll participate in a tournament to the death. With the help of a malevolent force known as the Dark One, Rod will unleash a corrupting power to defeat the evil that inhabits the Wasteland but exacting a terrible cost. All is not completely lost, for Rod’s trail leads him back to old friends, who together must face a demon that drove the rift between them years ago.

1 review for Tales from the Wasteland

  1. RJ

    Mer-can-tile: the Hunter stronghold. At the beginning of the book, it mentioned that the city sign of Mercantile looked like it was fashioned from parts of other signs. I thought this was a clue to the origin of the city of Mercantile but I couldn’t figure it out. Anyone else? This was the most excitement I got out of the book. The story seemed muddled and confusing to me. Plenty of potential with the hunter and the demons but no fluidity to the tale. I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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