Traversing the terrain of Utah, Ryan Cawdor and his warior survivalists find new evidence that the past is alive and dangerous -- with a score to settle. The brilliant and cunning cyborg known as Delphi is reborn and ready to continue his drive for domination. And he's eager for the keys to the kingdome that only the legendary Deathlands survivors - and their secrets - can help him attain.
Ok so Delphi is back an gone again , but the story was good. Now that being said, I would also like to say thank you to the writers for finally getting the group some decent weapons , now if theyd just learn that 7.62x39 is an Ak round and is different than 7.62x51 nato used by the styer Ryan carries
Delphi - love the character
Cannies - one of the more boring threats of the Deathlands
Editing - Crappy editing is running rampant in almost everything I read nowadays, but none more irritating and abundant as in the "Desert Kings". Spelling mistakes abound!!!!
Pollotta - It has gotten to where I know who has written a certain DeathLands book before the end of the 10th page. Certain characters speech patterns are exaggerated, while other characters strengths are under-utilized, the amount of back-story, the amount of "techiness" or lack thereof.
Overall - Despite the annoying grammar and spelling mistakes...the story was interesting, though slightly stale. Bringing in one of the Rogan brothers was an excellent touch though offing him before any interaction with the Group was disappointing.
Was a pretty good book, it  got back to old death lands was some questions for me answered and new ones rasied. And if any thing else it's just a book for your collection.