The Hellhounds

The Hellhounds Times are hard for the survivors of the fall of civilization but when The Hellhounds come all hope is lost They come in packs striking at night brutally murdering all in their path and leaving a

  • Title: The Hellhounds
  • Author: Phillip Drayer Duncan
  • ISBN: 9781492142416
  • Page: 383
  • Format: Paperback
  • Times are hard for the survivors of the fall of civilization, but when The Hellhounds come, all hope is lost They come in packs, striking at night, brutally murdering all in their path, and leaving a trail of blood and ash in their wake Some say they are demons Others say they are were wolves All anyone seems to know for sure is that the Hellhounds have killed their waTimes are hard for the survivors of the fall of civilization, but when The Hellhounds come, all hope is lost They come in packs, striking at night, brutally murdering all in their path, and leaving a trail of blood and ash in their wake Some say they are demons Others say they are were wolves All anyone seems to know for sure is that the Hellhounds have killed their way across the land and have remained unchallenged Until now, for the next house on their path of destruction is the home of a man feared by all who know him Some call him a killer Some call him a monster Like so many survivors of The Fall, he left his name behind with the memories of those he s lost Now he is known only as Vanguard.

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    1. Who survives in a post-apocalypse world? People who weren't in the cities. Who is the least likely person to be a hero in such a world. The man who lost his whole world before everyone else. The man for whom the apocalypse was just another day he moved through the motions of surviving. A man who wants to be left alone and will use a hammer to get what he wants. But the quiet and tough main character is forced to deal with a new threat that is affecting everyone. Refugees bring news of horrible m [...]

    2. I'm not super big on writing reviews, but this one didn't have one so I thought I would chime in. I stumbled across this little jewel a few weeks back. I had never heard of the author but it sounded intriguing. I was not disappointed. It was fast paced, humorous, and very intense.

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