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Sep 18, 2020 - 23:15 PM By Jason Sheehan

In a post apocalyptic America that has shattered into a hundred perpetually warring fiefdoms, anyone with a loud voice and a doomsday weapon can be king and probably has been Duncan Archer con man, carpetbagger, survivor has found a way to somehow successfully navigate the end of the world, with its giant killer robots, radioactive mutants, mad scientists, rampant nanotIn a post apocalyptic America that has shattered into a hundred perpetually warring fiefdoms, anyone with a loud voice and a doomsday weapon can be king and probably has been Duncan Archer con man, carpetbagger, survivor has found a way to somehow successfully navigate the end of the world, with its giant killer robots, radioactive mutants, mad scientists, rampant nanotechnology, armed gangs, sea monsters, and 101 unpleasant ways to die.But when he meets Captain James Barrow, a former OSS agent and the most wanted man in the world, Duncan finds himself a reluctant hero caught up in a whole new level of weird, rollicking adventure And the second most wanted man in the world.Tales from the Radiation Age is a throwback to the pulp origins of science fiction, painting a vision of the future that s richly detailed, wildly imaginative and altogether too easy to imagine.This book was initially released in episodes as a Kindle Serial All episodes are now available for immediate download as a complete book.
  • Title: Tales From the Radiation Age
  • Author: Jason Sheehan
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 309
  • Format: Kindle Edition

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Joni Johnsen Sep 18, 2020 - 23:15 PM
My rating is somewhere between really liked it and "a most thoroughly wicked ride". It's been some time since I've had *fun* reading a book. While it has many of the standard dystopian elements, it is by no means a standard dystopian tale. This book was an adventure from beginning to end but I never had an idea where I was going from one chapter to the next. Completely unpredictable which I loved. This series is what I consider a "classic pulp" novel and I'm very surprised more people aren't tal [...]
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Wyatt Johnson Sep 18, 2020 - 23:15 PM
I tried to get going 3 different times, and never made it more than 7% through. Just too oddly written for me.
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Joel Sep 18, 2020 - 23:15 PM
I found the first chapter a bit hard to read because the style of writing is just so different to everything else I have read recently. Once I got into it I thoroughly enjoyed it. If you want to sink your teeth into a long story, don't let the fact that it was originally a collection of short stories put you off, it reads well as a novel.The characters and plot are vivid and wildly imaginative, yet very believable. There's plenty of action, suspense and intrigue throughout the book, laced with d [...]
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John R. Dailey Jr. Sep 18, 2020 - 23:15 PM
A FINE TALE OF A TALE OF A TALE OF A TALE OF A TALE OF A TALE IT IS Hello, this book is, without a doubt, the best rambling story that I have ever read. I could be telling you truthfully for sure or I could be lieficating my tale off. Considering that I done ratified this doohicky with 5 of them oblique starified thingys, you can use your best judgemental. Thank you for your time and pass me a drink if you don't mind.
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Julie Sep 18, 2020 - 23:15 PM
Loved, loved, loved this book, and a big reason is the world building. The action is set in a post-apocalyptic world where the government is mostly absent and technology consists of what you can gather from junk heaps and duct-tape together. The descriptions were so vivid I could picture every lopsided, Frankenstein machine in all its glory. “Our ride looked like an end-of-year welding project at a school for drunken malcontents and multiple amputees.”“Of course I had a phone. Had three of [...]
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Peter Sep 18, 2020 - 23:15 PM
So I'm giving this book 5 stars as there aren't half stars. I'm definitely going to suggest this book to my friends because it was very unique and very interesting. The book was originally released as a Kindle Serial, which I didn't even know was a thing, and thus separated into episodes. Before I knew it was serialized I was pleasantly surprised how reading things broken up into episodes was pretty damn cool. It felt like I was reading a TV show, bunch of story arcs that all played together in [...]
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Patrick Sep 18, 2020 - 23:15 PM
A long time ago there was a movie called The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai. There was also a novelization, written by Earl Mac Rauch, which is told from the perspective of Reno, one of Buckaroo's team members. That is the kind of book I was hoping this would be.(Buckaroo's in the middle, Reno is in the dark suit with a red shirt. Bonus: Jeff Goldblum)I was completely wrong.I've never been happier to finish a book than when I finished this one. It was a slow form of torture reading this book, whe [...]
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David Foster Sep 18, 2020 - 23:15 PM
In the first twenty pages of this book, I thought I had stumbled into one of those beautiful books that would I would be telling people about as one of my favorites of the year. Then it all just kind of lost its fire, and became something I was really working to get through so I could move on to something else. To my mind, the author of this book has a very unique shortcoming. He has a beautiful voice, creating characters that are rich, well put-together, and that stay true to themselves. And th [...]
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Philip McClimon Sep 18, 2020 - 23:15 PM
Deadwood meets Discworld…or something darn near like it. Maybe Alice in Wonderland, too cause I sure felt like I fell through some kind of rabbit hole into Never, Never Land…which is a Peter Pan reference, of course.  Maybe the author watched Buckaroo Banzai one too many times, which I think is an impossibility.  I swear Captain James Barrow is Captain Jack Sparrow…yeah, think on that awhile.  Suffice to say, this is one strange trip, but one you will be very glad to have taken.  Full [...]
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KaCee Hudson Sep 18, 2020 - 23:15 PM
This is the first Fiction book I've read in a while so it took me a bit to get through it (and it was definitely a little longer than it needed to be). But man am I glad I stuck with it! Such incredible imagery, such colorful characters. I've always been drawn to post-apocalyptic stories and this is definitely up there with the most imaginative and exciting. I fell in love with "the weird"! Duncan's voice is so clear and consistent, it makes the reeeeeally out there moments feel that much more b [...]
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Bruce Cable Sep 18, 2020 - 23:15 PM
First of all, I listened to this book through Audible, and then I did something which I can honestly say that I've never done before; I ordered a sample of it from , which although brief, gave me an opportunity to see how I felt about the book, without the benefit of listening to the very upbeat, almost manic narrator, giving me a performance.Upon the conclusion of my little self-gratifying experiment, I came to the realization that I preferred listening to it, because this just happens to be on [...]
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Whitney Vestal Sep 18, 2020 - 23:15 PM
it was alright. it started off great and I was hooked! i loved that it took place in my home coty, denver, post apocalypse but then as a reader below wrote, "it lost fire." I made it through about 60% before I got really lost, confused and bored trying to keep up. i forced myself to finish to see what happened but didnt feel it was worth it.
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Jessica Meyers Sep 18, 2020 - 23:15 PM
I can't explain how much I loved this book! The author, Jason Sheehan, Is brilliant! There were numerous times I literally laughed out loud at the quirkiness sense of humor of the characters in this book. The story in general was fascinating and went beyond my expectations! Absolutely phenomenal!
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Eric Means Sep 18, 2020 - 23:15 PM
Inventive, fun, told in a voice that will be instantly recognizable if you loved HBO's Deadwood. And it's got *dinosaurs*. And secret agents. And gangs of adorable lethal moppets with axes.If you buy it now you'll get the whole thing, but honestly buying this as an Serial was a great decision. Every couple of weeks I had a new episode to read, and I looked forward to it, for sure.
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Aaron Sep 18, 2020 - 23:15 PM
Overall, it was just a bit too flowery in its writing style for me and at the climactic conclusion, I was left confused as to what the heck just happened. Not a good thing. I did enjoy the descriptions of this near future post-apocalyptic America that hasn't completely gone to waste, it's just gone weird.
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Peter Sep 18, 2020 - 23:15 PM
I thoroughly enjoyed Tales from the Radiation Age. I especially enjoy post-apocalyptic novels and this one does not disappoint. Wonderful characters and one of the most unique story lines I have read in quite some time in this genre. So when is the next one?
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Derek Sep 18, 2020 - 23:15 PM
Just finished reading this, usually post apocalypse books can be overly dark, this had it dark moments but bottom line is it was entertaining, witty and fun. Not flawless but I have to admit I really enjoyed it.
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Danyel Sep 18, 2020 - 23:15 PM
I want more. I'm totally not done with this world, folks. More, more, more!
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Chris Sep 18, 2020 - 23:15 PM
A heck of a fun read, but feels longer than it needs to be.
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Rod Stephens Sep 18, 2020 - 23:15 PM
A great post-apocalyptic romp featuring everything from bacteriophages to giant robots to dinosaurs. Extremely creative! It reminded me of Simon Green's "Nightside" books. (R-rated language.)
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Tales From the Radiation Age By Jason Sheehan In a post apocalyptic America that has shattered into a hundred perpetually warring fiefdoms, anyone with a loud voice and a doomsday weapon can be king and probably has been Duncan Archer con man, carpetbagger, survivor has found a way to somehow successfully navigate the end of the world, with its giant killer robots, radioactive mutants, mad scientists, rampant nanotIn a post apocalyptic America that has shattered into a hundred perpetually warring fiefdoms, anyone with a loud voice and a doomsday weapon can be king and probably has been Duncan Archer con man, carpetbagger, survivor has found a way to somehow successfully navigate the end of the world, with its giant killer robots, radioactive mutants, mad scientists, rampant nanotechnology, armed gangs, sea monsters, and 101 unpleasant ways to die.But when he meets Captain James Barrow, a former OSS agent and the most wanted man in the world, Duncan finds himself a reluctant hero caught up in a whole new level of weird, rollicking adventure And the second most wanted man in the world.Tales from the Radiation Age is a throwback to the pulp origins of science fiction, painting a vision of the future that s richly detailed, wildly imaginative and altogether too easy to imagine.This book was initially released in episodes as a Kindle Serial All episodes are now available for immediate download as a complete book.

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