Doom - Tisztítótűz

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Captain Andrew Milne in action on the front cover.

Doom - Tisztítótűz (English: Doom - Purgatory, or literally, "Cleansing Fire") is the second of two unlicensed Doom novels written by Hungarian author András Gáspár, working under the pseudonym of Damien Forrestal due to the unauthorized nature of the books. Both books were published in Hungary in 1995 by Valhalla Lodge. It is a sequel to the first novel, Doom - A pokol kapui.

Synopsis[edit]

"Andrew Milne százados, miután visszanyeri eszméletét a korántsem festői Rabat városában, azt a feladatot kapja, hogy kerítsen elő egy bizonyos Oleg Gontart, akit utoljára a Marson, az UAC tudományos állomásán láttak. Feljebbvalói szerint Milne az egyetlen, aki megfékezheti az őrjöngő ukránt, aki hol itt, hol ott bukkan fel a Földön, miközben – egy falkányi szörnyeteg és egy Fuentes nevű kísértet nyomában – a romba dőlt Moszkva felé tart. A Tükörből született iszonyatnak azonban, úgy tűnik nem ez a végső uticélja…"
― Publisher's description
"Captain Andrew Milne, after regaining consciousness in the far picturesque city of Rabat, is given the responsibility to fetch Oleg Gontar, who was last seen on Mars at the UAC science station. According to Milne's superiors, he is the only one who can restrain the ferocious Ukrainian [...] as a pack of monsters and a ghost named Fuentes head toward the ruined Moscow [...] however, it seems this is not the final destination for the horrors born of the Mirror..."
― Rough translation

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