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Near what was once the Pacific Northwest, Ryan Cawdor and his roving band of post-holocaust survivors discover a beautiful valley untouched by the nuclear blast that changed the earth forever. Resisting the temptation to settle in the idyllic land, the group is captured and forced deep beneath an extinct volcano to an isolated community of in-bred scientists who are blindl ...more
Paperback, 352 pages
Published November 1st 1997 by Gold Eagle (first published August 1987)
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Joe Stamber
More anal weapon description banging grunting groaning splatting moaning screaming shouting zap kapow cheesy aural goodness from the ongoing journal of the Deathlands. Sweet. Or should that be savoury?
Gabriel Neve
This installment in the deathlands serious was a fun run through a society that devalues woman and overprizes cleanliness and strict rules.

It phased into a forward looking, sckewed view of destruction as the only solution to worldwide calamity.

It's a fun read with the usual bloodshed and action I have come to expect from Deathlands.
Michael Barnette
I really enjoy this series, but the books are difficult to find.

Post Apocalyptic setting with scifi elements, I really like the few of these books I've been able to find.
Tim
I'm a masochist, must be the reason I keep reading these...
Brett
My favourite episode of the deathlands to date.
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James Axler is a house name used by the publishing company Gold Eagle Books, the action adventure series published by Harlequin Enterprises Ltd.

The name was first used for the "Deathlands" series, which began in 1986 with Pilgrimage to Hell, co-written by Christopher Lowder (under the pseudonym Jack Adrian) and Laurence James. James went on to write the next 32 novels before passing away on 9 Febr
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