Demons of Eden #37 in the Deathlands Series by house name James Axler was part of a Christmas present this past December (thanks Wil & Jenn).
This series is my own guilty pleasure. I love post-apocalyptic fiction. I don't much care how it happened, I just like to read the survival stories. As an early entry in the series, Demons of Eden fills the bill nicely.
Our band of companions meet up with a character from earlier adventures and enter the world of native-american mysticism. As often is the case, they encounter what could be a paradise only to uncover the hidden sickness.
The characters are true to their continuing depictions. We have the usual shoot-em up violence, life threatening danger and even some tenderness. Nice blend. Light on the evil mutations they often encounter. In short, pretty much a believable story line. At 346 pages, a bit longer than the usual 316.
In my opinion, one of the better series entries. Enjoy!