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The Resistance has barely nursed its wounds from the recapture of Blackout, and now it's looking to another tougher target: the massive steam-powered railway gun known as the Landquaker, the sentry gun of the formidable Iron Wall.

To conquer this rail-mounted cannon, Jacob and company turn to old allies and new friends, from the land-loving tribes to the land-roving biker gangs. They'll need every soldier they can muster. 

The Landquaker was designed with a singular purpose: a monstrous gun to hold back a multitude of monsters. Except this time the multitude mans that weapon, and in its hands the land is not the only thing that quakes.

©2020 Dean F. Wilson (P)2020 Blue Heron Audio

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Riveting and an emotional roller coaster!

This was easily the best book in the series so far. As always, Dean continues to impress with his vivid imagery and scene development. I still love Whistler's character and absolutely adore the relationship between Brooklyn and Rommond. I truly had some very emotional moments throughout this story and was certain I knew what was coming in certain chapters only to breath a sigh of relief as the chapter concluded. This is also the book where we get introduced to Nox from the Coilhunter Chronicles and he is just as awesome as ever.

This book ended on a MASSIVE cliffhanger which makes me sad as I know book five isn't due for a bit due to R.C. Bray having a backlog for audiobook narration.

Like every other book in the series, an easy 5/5

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