Reviews and Blog Posts: post-apocalypse

The best of all possible worlds : a novel

by Karen Lord

Reviewer Rating:
5

A major disaster has hit the Sadiri homeworld caused by an unprovoked attack by their enemies leaving the survivors reeling and without any kind of home.  Delarua is saddled with the task of helping Dllenahkh, a Sadiri diplomat trying to find compatible people with whom the Sadiri can rebuild their...

Crewel / Gennifer Albin.

by Gennifer Albin

Reviewer Rating:
4

In Arras, everything is peaceful due to the work of the Guild. Only Spinsters are able to manipulate the weave of time and reality so that people remain calm and peaceful, and have food and housing. Adelice has the ability to touch the weave of reality, but her family has...

The pesthouse

by Jim Crace

Reviewer Rating:
4

The Pesthouse tells the tale of a post-apocalyptic society clinging to the last threads of humanity. A moving and thought-provoking journey through an America after WWIII. A man and his brother are trekking across America to reach the Atlantic so that they might make passage on a ship heading to...

World War Z : an oral history of the zombie war

by Max Brooks

Reviewer Rating:
5

wow this book rocks, scary, thrilling, interesting, multifaceted, for a book about zombies i would almost classify it as literature. GREAT take on the zombie apocalypse

Apocalypse Now...maybe..

Some say that the Rapture will be happening in a few days. Those of us who are still here are in for a pretty rough ride, apparently. Here are some movies that might help distract you from the inevitable worrying....

 It got me to thinking about all my favorite dystopian movies and how many bad endings can be imagined..there is The Rapture, starring Mimi Rogers, that might make you think twice about wanting to be one of the elect who get "raptured." Terry Gilliam directed Brazil, in which we all drown in bureaucratic paperwork, and in Idiocracy we all drown in our own

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