|Atlanta Run (1989) [Novel]|
by David Robbins
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(From the publisher):
100 years after WWIII... The city of Atlanta was a futuristic nightmare, a chilling sci-fi flick come to life. Ruled by the demented Peers, its helpless citizens were treated like cattle and kept in check by fierce execution squads called Terminators. The Peers had their own system of justice: all people deemed "unproductive" were immediately sent to the Sleeper Chambers to meet a peaceful death, and anyone breaking their rigid laws was forced to confront the Terminators in the hellish Maze, where death was never peaceful.
ATLANTA RUN: When the Warriors stumbled into the enslaved city, they knew they had to destroy the Peers before their brutal reign spread like a cancer throughout the weakened country. It was three against an army, but Blade, Hickok and Rikki were just as deadly as the Peers' brainless goons - and their anger gave them an edge the zombie-like Terminators would never have.
Original title: Atlanta Run
Genre: Fiction→ Adventure→ Male-Action/Adventure
Fiction→ Science Fiction→ Bleak Futures→ Nuclear Holocaust/Post-Apocalypse