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Station Eleven by Emily St John Mandel

I started this book months ago when I was going through a period of pregnancy insomnia. Needless to say, I soon became distracted by my new baby and Station Eleven was relegated to the night stand…for ages. 326 more words

Concept Art: The Fall of Tartarus

Tartarus has witnessed the rise and the fall of many civilizations. It has been the cradle and the grave to many a brave and many a sullied. 208 more words

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Young Adult Book Review: “The Giver” by Lois Lowry

A superb dystopian story for young and old alike!

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This haunting story centers on Jonas, who lives in a seemingly ideal, if colorless, world of conformity and contentment. 180 more words

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THE ROURKE CHRONICLES #1 EVERYMAN BY JERRY AHERN SHARON AHERN BOB ANDERSON

Copyright 2014.

Throughout John Rourke’s adventures since the Night of the War he has had one man he could count on. Paul Rubenstein a nerdy assistant publisher from New York was on the airliner that Rourke was on when the war started. 160 more words

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Book Review: Basically Frightened by Vasily Pugh

Author: Vasily Pugh
Release Date: September 9, 2016
Series: –
Genre: Post-Apocalyptic, Dystopian
Edition: e-book (kindle)
Pages: 219
Publisher: Midland Monkey

Rating: ★★★★★

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THE SURVIVALIST#33 DEEP STAR BY JERRY AHERN SHARON AHERN BOB ANDERSON

Copyright 2015.

John Rourke has been captured by the grey aliens. Now his son desperately searches for his whereabouts. Of course he has a lot of threats to deal with. 275 more words

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The Road

In my personal opinion, I have always found that post-apocalypse films often fail to capture the gritty and harrowing nature of life after disaster. This is not the case with… 735 more words

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