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Fighting Down,, by Robin Wyatt Dunn Book Review | SFReader.com
Fighting Down,, by Robin Wyatt Dunn Genre: Science Fiction Publisher: John Ott San Diego Published: 2013 Review Posted: 9/11/2014 Reviewer Rating:
Reader Rating: Not Rated
Fighting Down,, by Robin Wyatt Dunn
Book Review by Bill Johnson
Have you read this book?
Long ago lived Iong who gave us Inglish.
Eighty generations later, Ings descendant Hrothbert fights down beneath the surface of another Earth, hunting the Wight, a supernatural being who holds the secret of his people, Ingaevones. But when Hrothbert encounters Hrudu man, a nearly- immortal giant metal rabbit, and Isolde, a beautiful subterranean revolutionary Hrothbert's quest grows stranger and far deadlier'
To regain his honor and his reason , Hrothbert must recover the lost dreaming of the Rat City Roth, re-fight World War One with fusion weapons in a parallel New York city and find out just what it means to re-arrive at Howth Castle and Environs in the belly of a ravaged Manhattan...(Fighting Down, Wyatt,1-11-2014)
I didn't finish this book because it made no sense to me. If you don't mind struggling through this book with all its misspellings and trying to figure out what is going on, then by all means read it. I gave up over halfway through it wasn't worth my time. I give it two stars
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