By V. L. Dreyer,Leah Kaye Suttle,Holly Simmons
"The worst has occurred. Humanity has fallen. Ten years in the past, a pandemic decimated my species, and left not anything in its wake yet loss of life and melancholy. there is not any destiny. there is not any wish. a few of us did live to tell the tale, the fortunate few who're proof against the plague, yet that simply left us on my own and helpless in a global with no rules.
"In its darkest hour, humanity wishes a hero. I’ve survived the worst we're in a position to, and are available out scarred yet decided to fight on opposed to the entire odds. those that may make me a sufferer back will quickly research larger. I will not allow it occur back, to not me and never to any of my humans. i cannot. There are too many of us taking a look as much as me now. Too many folks who want my help.
"We can't – no, we won't! – permit this virus turn into our extinction occasion. we'll suffer. we are going to rebuild. it will possibly take us generations, however the global we go away for our youngsters should not the single our mom and dad left for us. Heroes should not born yet created, solid within the crucible of striking deeds played by way of traditional women and men within the identify of the larger good.
"My identify is Sandrine McDermott. i'm a survivor, and this is often my tale."
The Survivors: Heroic version includes the following:
- The Survivors e-book I: Summer
- The Survivors publication II: Autumn
- The Survivors booklet III: Winter
- The Survivors ebook IV: Spring
By Jane Webb Loudon
In recounting Cheops' makes an attempt to place the futuristic society to rights, the younger writer bargains a desirable portrait of the preoccupations of her personal period in addition to a few remarkably prescient predictions of technological advances. The Mummy! envisions an international during which automatons practice surgical procedure, undersea tunnels attach England and eire, weather-control units offer crop irrigation, and messages are transmitted with the rate of cannonball hearth. the 1st novel to add the idea that of a residing mummy, this pioneering story bargains an attractive mixture of comedy, politics, and technological know-how fiction.
By Margaret ATWOOD,Patrick DUSOULIER
Une peste créée par l'homme a ravagé l. a. Terre. Les rares survivants forment une communauté avec une espèce inoffensive, fabriquée pour remplacer les humains, les Crakers. À sa tête, un couple au goé tumultueux, Toby, experte en champignons et abeilles, et Zeb, mangeur d'ours et fils d'un prêcheur maléfique. Dépositaire et garante de los angeles mémoire, Toby transmet aux Crakers, curieux comme des enfants et avides de légendes, l'histoire des hommes. Au touch les uns des autres, humains et Crakers posent les fondements d'un nouveau monde...
Avec une verve extraordinaire, une mind's eye et une inventivité d'écriture sans limites, un humour décapant, Margaret Atwood joue de l. a. dystopie pour bâtir un conte d'un style specified. Mêlant tout à l. a. fois récit d'aventures et histoire d'amour, pamphlet politique et écologique, réflexion sur los angeles technological know-how et l. a. faith, los angeles sexualité et le pouvoir, elle nous offre ici une œuvre d'une grande maturité, un " roman overall " qui conclut magnifiquement le cycle commencé avec Le Dernier Homme et Le Temple du déluge.
By Andrej Djakow,Olaf Terpitz,Matthias Dondl
Wir schreiben das Jahr 2033. Vor Jahren hat ein schrecklicher Atomkrieg weite Teile der Welt verwüstet. Nur in den gigantischen U-Bahn-Netzen der Städte konnten die Menschen überleben. So wie der zwölfjährige Waisenjunge Gleb, der sein Dasein im Untergrund der St. Petersburger Metro fristet. Eines Tages wird er mit einer Gruppe von Gefährten auf eine gefährliche excursion geschickt, die sie an die verstrahlte und von Mutanten besiedelte Oberfläche führt. Für Gleb beginnt das größte Abenteuer seines Lebens ...
Der Band enthält die Titel: Reise ins Licht, Reise in die Dunkelheit und Hinter dem Horizont.
By Justin Anderson
By Richard Cutler
The yr is 2085, and a fleet of interstellar ships hurtles towards a sun procedure that's was hoping will supply a brand new domestic for humanity. establishing a wormhole gate on one among Epsilon Eridani’s planets would offer an get away for the billions left on an overpopulated and resource-poor Earth.
The fleet lately got what's assumed to be its final conversation from the United countries Stellar fee. The short message learn easily, “You’re in your own,” which the fleet takes to intend that they simply handed out of Earth’s communique range.
But they're incorrect. again domestic, a catastrophe unprecedented in Earth’s heritage now threatens humanity’s very survival. The inhabitants is in unfastened fall, governments have collapsed, and an overpowering experience of apathy grips the planet. except the placement improves—and soon—the wormhole gate will open to an Earth with no humans.
Humanity’s hopes are actually absolutely within the fingers of the 90 thousand star-flung participants heading via deep house on fragile ships—while again in the world, a robust strength awakens.
Humanity has leaped into the celebs, yet will this be our future—or a final determined act ahead of extinction?
By Alastair Bruce,Malte Krutzsch
Zeit, in der er grausame Entscheidungen traf, um das Überleben seines Volkes zu sichern.
By Jamie McDuell
Laura Jo Marlin stands able to burn down the compound of the non secular cult that has raised her. yet prior to she will be able to whole what will be her ultimate act, self-proclaimed emissary of God, Frank Marlin, stands able to take his Granddaughter’s life.
As the flames eat throughout her, Laura Jo starts to recount an intricately woven story of her trip from innocence to corruption, and Frank’s twisted course from teenage felony to the chief of America’s so much notorious hate group.
In a global the place spiritual and political extremism dominates the headlines, the tale of Frank’s perversion of the ‘truth’, and Laura’s attainable redemption hasn't ever been extra suitable.
Land of the Frontier Saints is a singular that fans of the paintings of JG Ballard, Haruki Murakami, Cormac McCarthy, and David Mitchell will fairly hook up with.
And, following in darkish footsteps of David Koresh, Jim Jones and Charles Manson, Frank Marlin is a determine destined to cool the soul of readers.
By Teri Hall
By Paulette Jiles
Paulette Jiles, the bestselling writer of the hugely praised novels The colour of Lightning, Stormy climate, and Enemy Women, pushes into new territory with Lighthouse Island—a captivating and atmospheric tale set within the a ways future—a literary dystopian story resonant with love and hope.
In the arrival centuries the world's inhabitants has exploded. The earth is crowded with towns, animals are approximately all extinct, and drought is so common that water is rationed. There are not any maps, no borders, no numbered years, and no freedom, apart from an elite few.
It is a harsh international for an orphan like Nadia Stepan. starting to be up, she goals of a eco-friendly destination known as Lighthouse Island, in a spot referred to as the Pacific Northwest.
When a chance for break out arises, Nadia embarks on a deadly and occasionally comedian event. alongside the way in which she meets a guy who adjustments the process her life: James Orotov, a mapmaker and demolition specialist. jointly, they keep away from arrest and head north towards a spot of untamed good looks that lies past the megapolis—Lighthouse Island.