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Wastelanders: Bite

Wastelanders: Bite

MAD MAX, EAT YOUR HEART OUT.
Hungry and alone in the desert, Kid is picked up on the side of the road by Wolf, Dolly, Tank and Pretty Boy: a raider crew with a big, bad reputation and even bigger guns.
But as they journey across the wasteland, Kid learns that her saviours are hiding a terrible secret. In a world that’s lost its humanity, how long will Kid stay hungry before she loses hers?

‘A full throttle, sand-in-your-eyes, no holds barred ride through a Mad Max-style wasteland’ Lila Bowen (aka Delilah S. Dawson), author of Wake of Vultures
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Genre: Fiction & Related Items

On Sale: 26th July 2016

Price: £8.99

ISBN-13: 9780356507705

Reviews

Bite is what would happen if Mad Max, Fallout and Borderlands met, drank themselves stupid, ended up spending the night together in a seedy wasteland hovel and partook in some unprotected three-way drunken debauchery. Nine months later a baby would come out into the world kicking and screaming and that baby would be Bite! Pure awesome!
The Tattooed Book Geek
A constant rollercoaster of chases, explosions, double dealing and backstabbing . . . Pure undiluted high octane anarchy
The Eloquent Page
A full throttle, sand-in-your-eyes, no holds barred ride through a Mad Max-style wasteland
Lila Bowen (aka Delilah S. Dawson), author of WAKE OF VULTURES
Bite is a high-octane story that sinks its teeth into you and refuses to let go
K. B. Wagers, author of BEHIND THE THRONE
Filled with dark humor, wit, and a realistic dystopian setting, Bite plays with the idea of who the good guys are in such a harsh world. Think Carl Hiaasen thriller set in a Mad Max world, and you have an idea of what to expect
Booklist
If you like bloodshed, mayhem and chaos - and don't we all, even if we'd rather not admit it? - then this is the book for you . . . an action-packed, glorious read
Blue Book Balloon
If you think you could never sympathize with killers and cannibals, think again, Merbeth makes them practically irresistible . . . the most fun I've had in ages
The Nocturnal Library
Merbeth centers the humanity of the bad guys in her gleeful postapocalyptic gore-fest debut . . . [she] makes it hard not to root for her quirky, amoral killing machines
Publishers Weekly (starred review)