Roger Zelazny's "Damnation Alley
Erric Harry's "Arc Light
Never really like "Warday
", it spent too long exploring the various conceopts of the post-war world. A glorified travelogue of the authors' mind trip LOL
I've read a lot of these, from Pat Tilley's "Amtrak Wars
" series (what a crock, bought them all hoping it would EVENTUALLY get good!
Didn't work...) to Jerry Ahern's "The Survivalist
" series....that lost the plot halfway through BIG TIME and shunted John Rourke into a Nazi-filled future
to some of the "Deathlands" series; there's also a few obscure British almost-"cosy catastrophe" Nuclear war novels....
But THE best I've ever read is one you've probably never heard of
obscure little novel called "First Angel
" by one "Ed Mann"...published over 20 years ago (one edition!) under the Soldier of Fortune
magazine label!!!! http://www.amazon.co.uk/First-Angel-Sol ... 0812512294
Don't be put off by the cover artwork, it bears NO resemblance to ANY plot element inside!
"Charming's a special town - not many folks take to it. I like to think the town chooses its occupants. Right ones stay, wrong ones...disappear."