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Old 09-16-2021, 01:02 PM   #16
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Whiley Streiber and James Kunetka wrote two books that might suit you. Both are written as a journalist's diary, travelling and interviewing people in a post-apocalypse USA. Both books were written in the early '80's.

Warday
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Five years after a "limited" nuclear war, two survivors journey across America. They — and you — will discover what is left of our way of life: the depth of the devastation — and the hopes of a new society desperately struggling to be born.
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The year is 2025. Immense numbers of people swarm the globe. In countless, astonishing ways, technology has triumphed—but at a staggering cost. Starvation is rampant. City dwellers gasp for breath under blackened skies. And tottering on the brink of environmental collapse, the world may be ending …

It is a future that could well be ours. In their second shocking and fascinating portrait of America's possible destiny, Whitley Strieber and James Kunetka have again written a breathless thriller, a book that gives us an important warning and ultimately a message of hope.
(Note: each book is a standalone. Nature's End is not a sequel to Warday.)
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Whiley Streiber and James Kunetka wrote two books that might suit you. Both are written as a journalist's diary, travelling and interviewing people in a post-apocalypse USA. Both books were written in the early '80's.

Warday


Nature's End


(Note: each book is a standalone. Nature's End is not a sequel to Warday.)
Both sound very interesting! Thanks.
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