I found this one has a bite! I could not put it down. "I must confess, I'm not left handed" The Princess Bride lives in Doc. The only problem's I had with this one (minor as they were) was Ryan not knowing what grapeshot was. There have been many references to Doc's LeMat having a grapeshot effect and not just written by the writer, but in statement from Ryan. JB would NEVER ask nor tell Mildred to surrender. The misshapen, mutated from hell night stalkers were dead on excellent. I give this one a 10. Keep it going Chuck...
I thoroughly enjoyed Blood Harvest. It was a vampireesque tale, without any of the supernatural crap that often accompanies stories of "the undead". These mutants were well done.
I don't know how I felt about Doc's duel with the son where it is an obvious allusion to The Princess Bride. Is it lame because it's a rip-off, an idea already used, or is it funny because Doc is compared to the swashbucklers of film? Not quite sure. Perhaps he got to watch the movie when he was held a prisoner of Project Chronos.
One part in the book I loved, was the final conflict at the end. It was nice to see Krysty's Giai powers come out and Doc leading the rebellion, whilst stoned on the islander's strange concotion of blood and plants.
Best Deathlands I've read in a while.  I look forward to reading more of Chuck's work.
I could not believe it this book was amazing.
the mutants the malfunctioning gateway it made for the best book ever .
I was on my toes the whole time and didn't put the book down i read it three times just to believe it.
Anyone should get this book.