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Deadlands: Thunder Moon Rising (Book Review)


Tor Books will release Deadlands: Thunder Moon Rising on September 20th for $15.99.

Deadlands: Thunder Moon Rising is the newest book based on the west RPG franchise Deadlands by Jeffrey J. Mariotte.

Book Synopsis:

Fear is abroad in the Deadlands as a string of brutal killings and cattle mutilations trouble a Western frontier town in the Arizona Territory, nestled in the forbidding shadow of the rugged Thunder Mountains. A mule train is massacred, homes and ranches are attacked, and men and women are stalked and butchered by bestial killers who seem to be neither human nor animal, meanwhile a ruthless land baron tries to buy up all the surrounding territory-and possibly bring about an apocalypse.

Once an officer in the Union Army, Tucker Bringloe is now a worthless drunk begging for free drinks at the corner saloon. When he's roped into a posse searching for the nameless killers, Tuck must rediscover the man he once was if he's to halt the bloodshed and stop occult forces from unleashing Hell on Earth . . . when the Thunder Moon rises.

Deadlands: Thunder Moon Rising is a book that is based on the best-selling RPG game by the same name. The writer has done an amazing job of capturing the essence of the popular game and fans will fell like they are fully immersed in the beloved world of the Deadlands RPG universe.

The characters and storyline are immaculate and help you delve deeper into the Deadlands where gunfighters and mad scientists go hand-in-hand. There are supernatural forces at work that have both lawmen and outlaws facing creatures that are neither human or animal in one of the weirdest westerns of all time.

In the end, Deadlands: Thunder Moon Rising is a great book that can not only be enjoyed by tabletop gamers but also fans of steampunk, science fiction and history. The author does an immaculate job of creating a world that fans of Deadlands can truly explore and enjoy. To learn more, visit the official Deadlands: Thunder Moon Rising website.

Book Information:

  • Author: Jeffrey J. Mariotte
  • Publisher: Tor Books
  • Paperback
  • 400 Pages


Score: 9 out of 10
 

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