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Old 05-26-2011, 09:27 AM   #6
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In addition to _Ariel_, if one likes fantasy, there's the ``shared world'' _Borderland_ series:

http://bordertownseries.com/

Others from a usenet thread ( http://groups.google.com/group/misc....a5e2eaf70c6566 ):

"Systemic Shock" by Dean Ing and the two sequels. Nasty
nuclear/biological war between the U.S./Russia and China/India with
the political ramifications thereof.

"Farmham's Freehold" by Robert Heinlein is good survival science fiction.
The book is a straight forward in regard to group preparedness/survival
and the importance of solid leadership after a nuclear attack but the
plot swings to the science fiction after the first half.

William

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