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Homeward Bound Mass Market Paperback – Dec 1997

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The best of the Deathlands series. Aug. 23 1998
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Format: Mass Market Paperback
Axler is one of the most creative sci fi writers that I have read in a long time. The Deathlands series is highly innovative and always action packed, albeit extremely violent.
Simply written in a simple style, the author creates a whole new post-holocaust world. His primary characters exhibit a basic moral code, more mindful of the Old Testament than the New.
Highly detail oriented, the writer is obsessive in his descriptions of weaponry. His fight and battle scenes are not for the squeamish.
Homeward Bound was the first of the series that I read and without a doubt, the best. Homeward Bound is typical of the series but has the added themes of sibling rivalry, patricide, incest and the resulting psycho-social damage.
In Homeward Bound, Ryan Cawdor returns to his home and confronts the painful past.
A Deathlands Family Reunion! Sept. 19 2012
By Lionel S. Taylor - Published on
Format: Paperback
Ever since he was run out of his home of Front Royale Ryan Cawdor has been haunted by the events that led to his exile. Now thorough the random chance of the transmat Ryan and his companions find themselves coming back where it all started. Ryan will get to reunite with his insane brother and backstabbing sister and law for a reunion that one would expect in the Deathlands. This book is a great installment in the series and fleshes out Ryan's back story. We also get a glimpse of what is left of New York (not much) and there are several events that show the moral ambiguity of the main characters. It seems that in the Deathlands no one is entirely good. An interesting and entertaining story in the series that makes me look forward to the next book.