By James Axler
Within the aftermath of a nuclear firestorm that destroyed a manner of existence without end, humankind is much less at domestic on the earth than ever sooner than, yet within the Deathlands, an intrepid team of wayfarers maintains its made up our minds struggle for survival and a greater destiny.
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Autry waved Doc's words away with a dismissive gesture. "Enough of this for tonight. I'm certain you're hungry and tired. " They went with Autry back out onto the muddy, rutted strip that passed as Amicus's main street. Faces filled all the doorways as they walked bymainly children's faces and women's faces, some of them young and pretty, most of them seamed and smoke colored. From far off came a faint, howling call that was answered by another and then another. Ryan saw that the moon had risen higher.
The sail drooped, flapping slack and flaccid. Carried on by its momentum, the wag kept rolling, wheels and chassis creaking, but by degrees it slowed to a crawl, then to a complete stop. From behind echoed a strident cry of malicious triumph. No one needed to be told what to do. They all snatched up their possessions, jumped overboard and began to run, feet churning up the dry soil. The blanket dropped from Felicity's shoulders, and she ran naked toward the hills with a steady lightness and sureness of stride that came of long practice.
The last jump had deposited them in a redoubt on a Montana mountain plateau. It was, ironically enough, the first of the subterranean installations they had ever found. The century-old garish painting of Cerberus, the three-headed black hound, was still on the wall, though faded and peeling. Doc was adamant about not making another jump so soon, so the band of travelers decided to strike out overland to explore the area. Though the last time they had visited the region they had been pursued by a warlike band of Sioux, they saw no trace of any tribesmen.
Deathlands 37 Demons of Eden by James Axler