George Allan England was an explorer and author of, among other things, five science fiction novels and over a dozen magazine serials and short stories from 1905 on; these appeared predominantly in Frank A. Munsey's magazines, where he was one of the more popular writers of the pre-1926 period, ranking as the closest rival in science fiction to Edgar Rice Burroughs.
Darkness and Dawn is a trilogy of novels about a couple who awake after 1000 years in New York.
New York City – the end of the 3rd millennium. Monumental buildings in ruins. Central Park a jungle peopled by savage sub-humans. A huge black shape moving across the night sky occluding the stars. Civilization has vanished along with humankind. Into this hostile new world two survivors of our enlightened age awaken from 1000 years of slumber - to fall victims to a world gone wild? - or to give mankind a second chance?
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