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Earth struggle to rebuild a vanished civilization within the walls of The Home sav. still love these books just for the fact it has action and to me uite imaginativeread these books when I was in high school and at one time had them all

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The Fox Run

As the descendants of the few survivors of the nuclear holocaust that leveled the. Don t get me wrong This will never be considered great literature or for that matter anything other than trashy fun I discovered this series back in my college daysThose long ago days when unlike my young nephew who complained that his teacher did not give the class pre printed notes because his hand would get sore was just glad that someone had finally invented writing and that I wasn t eaten by a sabre toothed tiger on the way to my teacher s caveThe series basically follows the exploits of a trio of warriors in an end of the world setting They are the head warriors from a survivalist compound that is starting to re explore what remains of their world They do manage to find some good things but mainly find bands of scavengers willing to kill for anything that they can get mutant creatures and despotic madmen ruling evil little kingdomsThe lead warrior is Blade a mixture of John Wayne Captain America Andre the Giant and Arnold Schwarzenegger His signature weapon is a matched pair of Bowie knives The second warrior is the deadly marksman known as Hickock His signature weapons are a matched pair of pearl handled colt revolversThe final leg of this trio of warriors is Geromino One of the last true native Americans he has a pair of tomahawks for his signature weapons but he does lose one later in the series Notice my use of the word signature This is important because all three use a myriad of weapons throughout the series all lovingly described in detail All three of these mighty warriors excel in their abilities The giant Blade is strong and tough Armed with nothing than his Bowies he can single handily defeat a giant mutant wolverine or a band of marauders even after being shotbut only through the arm which he was able to keep from bleeding by sueezing his mighty bicep Hickock armed with his six shootersso 12 bulletscould take on a group of 30 crazed warriors armed with automatic rifles each with hundred round magazines and defeat them all with bullets left to spare Geromino was their scout and woodsman He could track the memory of his enemy while blindfolded in a raging thunderstormWas it believable Not even remotely Was it fun Most definitely Being a men s adventure series and the illegitimate child of pulp fiction writing the stories followed a set pattern each time In fact in every single book you can find the same description of their home compound By the same description I do mean word for word sameBut unlike most series of this nature there is character development Usually whatever happens in one book can safely be forgotten by the next book In the Endworld series events do carryover from one book to another While this does seem an obvious improvement it is a fact that the Endworldand its spinoff Blade series did end with less than 30 books50 books if you include the Blade books in its entire run some of those other unchanging series have run into the hundreds of books in their runsThese books came out often with little time in between each There was even a spin off series called Blade Some of the stories were reprinted in double volume issues You can still find the odd edition in used book stores So if you enjoy movies starring Chuck Norris Arnold Schwarzenegger Slyvester Stallone and you can find a copy or two give this series a chance Remember they aren t literaturegreat or not but they are great fun

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Age barbarian trolls plot to plunder ravage and destroy their nascent world Reissu. This series was a huge inspiration on my writing and probably the greatest source of my lov for post apocalyptic fictionRobbins world building is top notch and his explorations of both post collapse societies and mankind s myriad warrior cultures make the series a genuine treat even if science and society have marched on a touch from the time the series was originally writtenHighly recommended


10 thoughts on “The Fox Run

  1. says:

    Don't get me wrong This will never be considered great literature or for that matter anything other than trashy fu

  2. says:

    The actual first volume in the Endworld series Enjoyed it As with all first volumes in a series there is some set up time involved We get to

  3. says:

    Oh dear Pulp and trash are not bad things so don't go thinking my one star review is because of that It's becaus

  4. says:

    I read most of this series in the 90s love it

  5. says:

    still love these books just for the fact it has action and to me uite imaginativeread these books when I was in high school and at one time had

  6. says:

    Another post apocalyptic adventure series uick and easy read Recommended

  7. says:

    This series was a huge inspiration on my writing and probably the greatest source of my lov for post apocalyptic fictionRobbins' world building is top notch and his explorations of both post collapse societies and mankind's myriad warrior cultures make the series a genuine treat even if science and society have marched on

  8. says:

    The story is interesting and easy to read There were a lot of typos in the published work but for some reason it didn't bother me I was unsure whether I would find it intriguing enough to read a whole series but I found as I read the last few pages that I wanted to get the next in the series tomorrow

  9. says:

    Very happyI so enjoyed this book again I still have all the Endworld books put away Even the Blade spin off Will you be putting the rest on e books? I will be watching and waiting

  10. says:

    Pretty good book I can't wait to read the next in the series