The Bear by Andrew Krivak – A Review

The Bear by Andrew Krivak Post-Apocalyptic | Nature Published by Bellevue Literary Press Released February 11th, 2020 Goodreads | Amazon Rating: Note: I received an ARC of this book from the publisher. This in no way affects my opinions. “Her father told her once that all animals were creatures of habit and so, too, were they.… Continue reading The Bear by Andrew Krivak – A Review

After the Flood by Kassandra Montag – A Review

After the Flood by Kassandra Montag Post-Apocalyptic | Adult Fiction Published by William Morrow Released September 3rd, 2019 Goodreads | Amazon Rating: Note: I received an unsolicited ARC of this book from the publisher. This in no way affects my review. I'm a bit obsessed with post-apocalyptic literature, so I was thrilled when I received a… Continue reading After the Flood by Kassandra Montag – A Review

The Emperor’s Railroad by Guy Haley – A Review

The Emperor's Railroad (Dreaming Cities #1) by Guy Haley Post-Apocalyptic | Fantasy Published by St. Martin's Press Released April 19, 2016 Goodreads | Amazon Rating: My boyfriend often gets bored when we're at the library. He's not really a reader, so while I'm spending an exorbitant amount of time walking between the shelves, piling up books… Continue reading The Emperor’s Railroad by Guy Haley – A Review

A Boy and His Dog at the End of the World by C.A. Fletcher – A Review

A Boy and His Dog at the End of the World by C.A. Fletcher Science Fiction | Post-apocalyptic Published by Orbit Released April 23, 2019 Goodreads | Amazon Rating: This book was a rollercoaster of emotions for me. There were times when I loved this book and plenty of other times when I absolutely hated it.… Continue reading A Boy and His Dog at the End of the World by C.A. Fletcher – A Review

The Last by Hanna Jameson – A Review

The Last by Hanna Jameson Post-Apocalyptic | Mystery Published by Atria Books Released April 9, 2019 Goodreads | Amazon Rating: If you've been reading this blog for any length of time, you'll know that my favorite genre is post-apocalyptic, and it has been for as long as I can remember. I'm fascinated by the end of… Continue reading The Last by Hanna Jameson – A Review

48 Hours by William R. Forstchen – A Review

48 Hours by William R. Forstchen Adult Fiction | Post-Apocalyptic Published by Forge Released January 8, 2019 Received free copy courtesy of the publisher Goodreads | Amazon Rating: My favorite genre in literature, television, film, and video games are all the same:  Post-apocalyptic. I seek out any novel I can find that involves the world ending.… Continue reading 48 Hours by William R. Forstchen – A Review

Trouble No Man by Brian Hart – A Review

Note: This review was originally published in December 2018, but I wanted to repost it in honor it being released today. It was one of my favorite books from 2018, and now that it's finally out, I definitely recommend picking it up.  Trouble No Man by Brian Hart Fiction | Post-Apocalyptic Goodreads Published by Harper Perennial… Continue reading Trouble No Man by Brian Hart – A Review

The Road by Cormac McCarthy

On this road there are no godspoke men. They are gone and I am left and they have taken with them the world. Query: How does the never to be differ from what never was? The Book The Road by Cormac McCarthy Post-Apocalyptic | Adult Fiction Published by Knopf Released September 26, 2006 Goodreads | Amazon… Continue reading The Road by Cormac McCarthy

Book Review: The Realm by Seth M. Peck & Jeremy Haun

"Funny how quickly you can get used to some things, and how quickly you can forget others. One day you're worrying about passing your algebra final and the next thing you know, you're trying not to get eaten by trolls." The Book The Realm, Volume 1 (plus issues 6 and 7) by Seth M. Peck… Continue reading Book Review: The Realm by Seth M. Peck & Jeremy Haun

Book Review: The Water Knife – Paolo Bacigalupi

Toomie sighed. "I used to know this Indian guy. Skinny dude, came over from India. Didn't have a wife or family anymore. Maybe they were back there in India, I can't remember. Anyway, the thing he said that stuck with me was that people are alone here in America. They're all alone. And they don't… Continue reading Book Review: The Water Knife – Paolo Bacigalupi