By James Axler
Learning the still-standing Mount Rushmore, Ryan Cawdor and his band of post-apocalypse warriors are compelled to breach its stronghold, the place they find a staggering cache of twentieth-century know-how.
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Ryan Cawdor and John Barrymore Dix had been companions for well over a decade, since they traveled the Appalachians in a pair of huge war wags with the legendary Trader. The weapons dealer had been their undisputed leader and mentor, even something of a father figure to Ryan. Trader had earned a considerable fortune by uncovering hidden stockpiles of weapons and fuel and using them to barter his way through the Deathlands. He had been a fearsome figure in his day, a reputation he fully lived up to and enjoyed.
Though she was in her mid-thirties, she was, chronologically, well over a century old. Mildred had entered a hospital in late 2000 for minor surgery, but a freak reaction to the anesthetic had necessitated her body being placed in cryonic stasis until a treatment could be found. It never was. The world was blown apart before she was revived, and she slept, like a fly trapped in amber, for a hundred years. Ryan had found her in a shielded underground cell, her life-support system still functioning.
Doc made a face after his first mouthful, and began his usual refrain that a coffee substitute should taste something like the original, not like boiled chicken droppings. He tried to enlist Mildred's aid in extolling the virtues of predark coffee, but she wasn't in the mood and told him so. Ryan noticed that Zadfrak had eaten very little, but was sipping carefully at his cup of coffee sub. " he asked. "My stomach always feels like it's full of broken glass. " "Tell us about this Helskel," Krysty suggested.
Deathlands 34 Stoneface by James Axler