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The Ten Thousand Things

(The second book in the Dead West series)
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STALKED ACROSS THE SIERRA NEVADA WILDERNESS by an evil they hardly understand, Nina Weaver and her allies have learned one crucial lesson: the only sure thing in life - and death - is a loaded gun. As they slog their way through scrubland and scree, still reeling from their encounters and feuds in "Dead West" book 1, they come across enemies, strangers, and turmoil within the group, as well. But this journey is more than physical for Nina Weaver, as she is discovering things about her spiritual powers and her connection to her Shoshone roots in the Land, the spirit world, and through the ancestors of her People. 'Deaduns' and other horrors abound, and Nina struggles to uphold unlikely alliances as the stale waft of rot threatens to overrun the Nevada Territory. Can Nina and company stand against...The Ten Thousand Things?

FANTASYBOOKREVIEW.COM says: "The writing is very visceral, RAW IN A STYLE SIMILAR TO CHUCK WENDIG...There is action aplenty, there is furious gunplay, there are characters knee-deep in the blood and guts of their eviscerated friends. This is a high octane story, but what makes it stand out among the rest is the drama between the human characters..."

FROM RAGNAROK PUBLICATIONS and the twisted minds of Tim Marquitz, J.M. Martin, and Kenny Soward, The Ten Thousand Things is the second volume in the all-new Old Western Action-Horror series, "DEAD WEST." It takes elements of HBO's Deadwood and AMC's The Walking Dead and Hell on Wheels, puts it all in a big cask of TNT, then watches it all go BOOM! Not to be missed!! Rated MA-LV (may be unsuitable for children under the age of 17 with advisories for coarse language and violence).

Genre: Horror

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