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Stand, The

Author: Stephen King Published: 1978 Publisher: Doubleday Pages: 823
Synopsis: A epic struggle between forces of good and evil after the world has been taken out by a virulent plague called Captain Tripps.
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Star Man's Son

Author: Andre Norton Published: 1952 Publisher: Del Rey Pages:
Synopsis: Hundreds of years after a devastating nuclear war, young Lars yearns to be a Star Man and explore the still dangerous wilderness for goods and knowledge. (Also known as Daybreak 2250 A.D. and Star Man's Son 2250 A.D.
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The Book of Exodi

Author: Michael K. Eidson Published: 2009 Publisher: Eposic Pages: 340
Synopsis: This anthology looks at a particular aspect of the post-apocalyptic landscape: the mass migration of people to escape a cataclysmic event or its aftermath.
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This is the Way the World Ends

Author: James Morrow Published: 1986 Publisher: Harvest / Harcourt Brace & Company Pages: 000
Synopsis: Nuclear holocaust survivor George Paxton stands trial in Antarctica for the destruction of civilization. Satire.
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Through Darkest America

Author: Neal Barrett Jr. Published: 1988 Publisher: Worldwide Library Pages: 256
Synopsis: After a nuclear war, the country turns to genetically altered humans as a source of protein.
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Time Capsule

Author: Mitch Berman Published: 1987 Publisher: G.P. Putnam & Sons Pages:
Synopsis: After the nuclear war, white jazz saxophonist Max Debris hooks up with black civil engineer Charles Dewey in his cross-country trek to find his brother.
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Twilight World

Author: Poul Anderson Published: 1961 Publisher: Tor Books Pages:
Synopsis: Nuclear war leaves earth in the grips of new conflicts -- and mutations that bode ill or promise hope for humanity.
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Vanishing Point

Author: Michaela Roessner Published: 1994 Publisher: Tor Science Fiction Pages: 384
Synopsis: One day approximately 90 percent of the world's population vanish. The survivors must cope with marauders, cults, friends, enemies and nature.
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War Day

Authors: Whitley Strieber and James Kunetka Published: 1984 Publisher: Holt Rinehart and Winston Pages: 374
Synopsis: ive years after nuclear war has destroyed much of the United States, two men embark on a journey across the country to take stock of what is left, and what might be again.
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Wolf and Iron

Author: Gordon Dickson Published: 1990 Publisher: Tor Pages: 448
Synopsis: After a worldwide financial collapse, a man embarks on cross-country trip and befriends a wolf.
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