Rage Across Australia

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  • Hardcover
  • 140 pages
  • Rage Across Australia
  • Bill Bridges
  • English
  • 19 June 2017
  • 1565041275

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10 thoughts on “Rage Across Australia

  1. Andre says:

    To this book I would say The makers had the right basic idea, but the execution is terrible.To create a book dealing with Australia in the setting of Werewolf the Apocalypse is not a bad idea to begin with and I think in this book there were several elements that could have been used to create a good guide book, but sadly they weren t used and other elements were pushed to the foreground that should never have been there to begin with Allegedly this book is written by Australians, if this is th To this book I would say The makers had the right basic idea, but the execution is terrible.To create a book dealing with Australia in the setting of Werewolf the Apocalypse is not a bad idea to begin with and I think in this book there were several elements that could have been used to create a good guide book, but sadly they weren t used and other elements were pushed to the foreground that should never have been there to begin with Allegedly this book is written by Australians, if this is the case, than I wonder what sort of people these were since this book was simply dealing too heavily with stereotypes and not thought through or looked at with a criti...