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Posted: 9/22/2022 7:18:45 PM EDT
I'm sure this has been done before, but I need some books to read.
Lately I've read some crappy emp books, they were ok, not very gripping though.

What are some of your favorites?
They don't have to be only emp, they can be zombie, nuclear war, killer virus, anything along those lines.

I've got Kindle unlimited so probably most would be available, if not I could download and sync to my Kindle with calibre.
Link Posted: 9/22/2022 7:21:41 PM EDT
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There are more bad ones than good ones for sure. I will look through my Kindle library later and see what I remember some of the better ones being.
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There can be only one.

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Yep. The Road.  And the book was better than the movie.
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Link Posted: 9/22/2022 7:56:34 PM EDT
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Lights out and Cold camp. Both written by members.
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Yep. The Road.  And the book was better than the movie.
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Yep. The Road.  And the book was better than the movie.

Better not in a good way
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Came to post “Who needs a book when we’re living it”, but this works too.

Link Posted: 9/22/2022 8:00:25 PM EDT
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Alas Babylon,
From Amazon description:
Set in the early 1960's, when a nuclear holocaust ravages the United States, a thousand years of civilization are stripped away overnight, and tens of millions of people are killed instantly. But for one small town in Florida, miraculously spared, the struggle is just beginning, as men and women of all backgrounds join together to confront the darkness.

Get the audiobook it's read by Will Patton

Link Posted: 9/22/2022 8:01:07 PM EDT
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Lucifer's  Hammer by Larry Niven and Jerry Pournelle
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Lust in the Dust
Link Posted: 9/22/2022 8:01:55 PM EDT
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48 Hours by William Forstchen
Link Posted: 9/22/2022 8:02:09 PM EDT
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I read a pretty neat one called the Book of Revelation.
Link Posted: 9/22/2022 8:02:20 PM EDT
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I have only read the first 299 days and it’s been years ago but it was a pretty decent book, I’ve been thinking about finishing the series since Apple Books has them in audio format now.
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Originally Posted By PaladinM1911:
Alas Babylon,
From Amazon description:
Set in the early 1960's, when a nuclear holocaust ravages the United States, a thousand years of civilization are stripped away overnight, and tens of millions of people are killed instantly. But for one small town in Florida, miraculously spared, the struggle is just beginning, as men and women of all backgrounds join together to confront the darkness.

Get the audiobook it's read by Will Patton
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I read Alas, Babylon a long time ago and then again just a couple years ago.   It still holds up pretty well.
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Alas Babylon

Warday

The Road

The day after oblivion
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Fixed

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One Second After
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“Going Home” series.

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A Canticle for LeibowitzWalter M. Miller, Jr
A Distant EdenLloyd Tackitt
A Gift Upon the ShoreM.K. Wren
A Heritage of StarsClifford D. Simak
A Hunters FireFloyd D. Dale
A Hymn Before BattleJohn Ringo
A Land of AshDavid Dalglish (ed)
A Song of StoneIain Banks
A Survival StoryJohn Rourke
A Sweet Sweet SummerJane Gaskell
A Time for DragonsGary Gentile
A Wrinkle in the SkinJohn Christopher
After the BombGloria D. Miklowitz
After The EndPaula Guran (ed)
After the RainJohn Bowen
Aftermath        Charles Sheffield
Aftermath        L.M. Edmondson
Aftershock        Chuck Scarborough
Aftertime seriesSophie Littlefield
-Aftertime
-Horizon
Afterwar        Janet Morris ( editor )
Against the Fall of Night        Arthur C. Clarke
Against the Tide of YearsS.M. Stirling
Alas, BabylonPat Frank
All Fools DayEdmund Cooper
Alongside NightJ. Neil Schulman
AgviqMichael Armstrong
Among Madmen        Jim Starlin, Daina Graziunas
Apocalypse Coming Bk 1William & Cindy Dunaway
Ariel        Steven R. Boyett
Armageddon 2419 A.D.Philip Francis Nowlan
Armageddon’s ChildrenTerry Brooks
ArmorJohn Steakley
Ashes AshesRene Barjavel
Ashes of The EarthEliot Pattison
AtlantisGreg Donegan
Ballroom of the SkiesJohn D. MacDonald
BeastsJohn Crowley
Between the Strokes of NightCharles Sheffield
Beyond ArmageddonWalter M Miller Jr ( ed )
Beyond the Burning LandsJohn Christopher
Black MondayBob Reiss
Black Tide Rising seriesJohn Ringo
- Islands of Rage and Hope
-Strands of Sorrow
-To Sail A Darkling Sea
- Under A Graveyard Sky
Body Armor: 2000Joe Haldeman ( editor )
Bone DanceEmma Bull
Burn Down The SkyJames Jaros
Burning StonesSteven Mills
Califia’s DaughtersLeigh Richards
California        Edan Lepucki
Cally’s War         John Ringo, Julie Cochrane
CarriersPatrick Lynch
Cataclysm :Day the World DiedDon Pendleton
Chicago RedR.M. Meluch
Childhoods EndArthur C. Clarke
Cities of the Red NightWilliam S. Burroughs
City of IllusionsUrsula K. LeGuin
ConquistadorS.M. Stirling
Costigan’s NeedleJerry Sohl
Countdown to MidnightH. Bruce Franklin ( ed.)
Damnation Alley        Roger Zelazny
Dark DecemberAlfred Coppel
Darkening IslandChristopher Priest
Davy        Edgar Pangborn
Dawns Uncertain LightNeal Barrett, Jr
Daybreak-2250 A.D.Andre Norton
Daybreak ZeroJohn Barnes
Dead Morn        Piers Anthony, Roberto Fuentes
Deadly ImageEdmund Cooper
DeathdayWilliam C. Dietz
Deep FathomJames Rollins
Deus Ex MachinaJ.V. Brummels
DhalgrenSamuel R. Delany
Dies the Fire seriesS.M. Stirling
-A Meeting At Corvallis
-Dies The Fire
-The Given Sacrifice
-The Golden Princess
-The Protectors War
-The Scourge of God
-The Sunrise Lands
DoomsdayFred Warshofsky
Down There in the DarknessGeorge Turner
Down To A Sunless SeaDavid Graham
Drifters John L Campbell
DustCharles Pellegrino
Earth, The New FrontierAdam Celaya
EarthriseWilliam C. Dietz
Earth WinterRichard Moran
Earthwreck!Thomas N. Scortia
EcotopiaErnest Callenback
Ecotopia EmergingErnest Callenback
EmergenceDavid R. Palmer
EMP Los AngelesFrank LaFlamme
EmpireOrson Scott Card
EnclaveKit Reed
ErewhonSamuel Butler
Eternity RoadJack McDevitt
Everything Is BrokenJohn Shirley
Evolutions ShoreIan McDonald
Exiles TrilogyBen Bova
Exit EarthMartin Caidin
Extinction AftermathNicholas Sansbury Smith
Extinction GameGary Gibson
Extinction HorizonNicholas Sansbury Smith
Extinction WarNicholas Sansbury Smith
Fallen AngelsLarry Niven, jerry Pournelle, Michael Flynn
False DawnChelsea Quinn Yarbro
Farnham’s FreeholdRobert A. Heinlein
Fifty Degrees BelowKim Stanley Robinson
Fire LanceDavid Mace
FireworksJames A. Moore
FloodStephen Baxter
FootfallLarry Niven, Jerry Pournelle
Footprints of ThunderJames F. David
Future PrimitiveKim Stanley Robinson ( ed )
Go Go Girls of the ApocalypseVictor Gischler
Gorgon ChildSteven Barnes
GreybeardBrian W. Aldiss
Gust FrontJohn Ringo
HeatArthur Herzog
Heavy WeatherBruce Sterling
Hell’s FaireJohn Ringo
Hello AmericaJ.G. Ballard
Here Abide MonstersAndre Norton
Hiero’s JourneySterling E. Lanier
Holding Their OwnJoe Nobody
IceAnna Kavan
Ice!Arnold Federbush
Ice and IronWilson Tucker
Ice, Iron And GoldS.M. Stirling
Ice QuakeCrawford Kilian
Ill WindKevin J. Anderson, Doug Beason
In The BloodLauren Wright Douglas
In The DriftTerry Carr ( editor )
In Iron YearsGordon R. Dickson
Island in the Sea of TimeS.M. Stirling
IrisWilliam Barton. Michael Capobiango
IronmasterPatrick Tilley
Journal of the Plague YearC.B. Harvey, Malcom Cross, Adrian Tchaikovsky
Last StandWilliam H. Weber
Legion of DespairFranklin Horton
Level 7Mordecai Roshwald
Liberation Adventures of Slick 6 in PAW USABrian Francis Slattery
Life After the EndMelody Adams
Locker NineFranklin Horton
Logans RunWilliam F. Nolan, George Clayton Johnson
Logans WorldWilliam F. Nolan
Long Voyage BackLuke Rhinehart
Looking BackwardEdward Bellamy
Lost HorizonJames Hilton
Lucifers HammerLarry Niven, Jerry Pournelle
Make Room! Make Room!Harry Harrison
MalevilRobert Merle
Maximum IceKay Kenyon
MemoriesMike McQuay
Mister TouchMalcom Bosse
MockingbirdWalter Tevis
MoonfallJack McDevitt
Mountain ManKeith C. Blackmore
Nature’s EndWhitley Strieber, james Kunetka
NervesLester Del Ray
No Room For manRalph S. Clem, Martin Harry Greenberg (ed. )
No Time For MourningFranklin Horton
Not This AugustC.M. Kornbluth
O-ZonePaul Theroux
October the First is Too LateFred Hoyle
On the BeachNevil Shute
Once Upon An Apocalypse Bk 1Jeff Motes
One Second AfterWilliam R. Forstchen
Orion Shall RisePoul Anderson
Other AmericasNorman Spinrad ( ed )
People of the SkyClaire Bell
Perfect PeopleRobert Lieberman
Phantom RegimentsRobert Adams ( ed )
Plague WarJeff Carlson
Plague YearJeff Carlson
Pockets of ResistanceWill Sundown
Post-Apocalypse Dead Letter OfficeNathan Poell
Pulling ThroughDean Ing
Pure BloodMike McQuay
Queen City JazzKathleen Ann Goonan
Re-BirthJohn Wyndham
Red AlertPeter Bryant
Red ShadowsYvonne Navarro
Revolt in 2100Robert A. Heinlein
Rings of IcePiers Anthony
Riverworld series##Philip Jose Farmer
Saint Leibowitz and the Wild Horse WomanWalter M. Miller, Jr
SandHugh Howey
Shudder ChildWarren C. Norwood
Single CombatDean Ing
Some Will Not DieAldis Budrys
SupernovaRoger MacBride, Eric Kotani
Survival 2000 series:James McPhee
Blood Quest
Frozen Fire
Renegade War
SupernovaRoger MacBride, Eric Kotani
Survival MarginCharles Eric Maine
Survival WorldFrank Belknap Long
SurvivorsJohn Nahmlos
The Alien YearsRobert Silverberg
The Andromeda StrainMichael Crichton
The Black DeathGwyneth Cravens, John S. Marr
The Borrowed World SeriesFranklin Horton
-The Borrowed World
-Ashes of the Unspeakable
The Breaking EarthKeith Laumer
The Calling of BaraSheila Sullivan
The City, Not Long AfterPat Murphy
The Country of the BlindMichael Flynn
The Day After DoomsdayRena Vale
The Day The Oceans OverflowedCharles L. Fontenay
The Day of the DronesA.M. Lightner
The Day New York Went DryCharles Einstein
The DroughtJ.G. Ballard
The Drowned WorldJ. G. Ballard
The DyingLeslie Horvitz
The Earth RemembersSusan Torian Olan
The EdictMax Ehrlich
The Empire of IceRichard Moran
The End of the DreamJohn Brunner
The First to AwakenGranville Hicks
The Folk of The FringeOrson Scott Card
The Forever HeroL.E. Modesitt, Jr
The Forever WarJoe Haldeman
The Gate to Women’s CountrySheri  S. Tepper
The Green RainPaul Tabori
The GroupTerry Wiess
The HarvestRobert Charles Wilson
The Hot ZoneRichard Preston
The Ice SchoonerMichael Moorcock
The ImmortalsTracy Hickman
The Last BreathEugene Carl Shaffer
The Last Hope of EarthLan Wright
The Last PresidentJohn Barnes
The Last ShipWilliam Brinkley
The Last World WarDayton Ward
The Long Afternoon of EarthBrian Aldiss
The Long TomorrowLeigh Brackett
The Long WinterJohn Christopher
The Lost ContinentEdgar Rice Burroughs
The Man Who AwokeLawrence Manning
The Marked ManCharles Ingrid
The Martian ChroniclesRay Bradbury
The Nitrogen FixHal Clement
The Nuclear CatastropheBett Pohnka, Barbara C. Griffin
The Parasite WarTim Sullivan
The Past Through TomorrowRobert A. Heinlein
The Peace WarVernor Vinge
The PlagueAlbert Camus
The PostmanDavid Brin
The Puppet MastersRobert A. Heinlein
The Purple CloudM.P. Shiel
The Remaining seriesD. J Molles
-Refugees
The Return ManV.M. Zito
The RoadCormac McCarthy
The Ruins of EarthThomas M. Disch ( editor )
The Scourge of GodS.M. Stirling
The Sea is Boiling HotGeorge Bamber
The Sheep Look UpJohn Brunner
The Steel, the Mist, and The Blazing Sun Christopher Anvil
The Stone WarMedline E. Robins
The Sunrise LandsS.M. Stirling
The Sword of the SpiritsJohn Christopher
The Trinity Paradox*Kevin J Anderson, Doug Beason
The Time ConnectionThomas F. Monteleone
The Time of the Great FreezeRobert Silverberg
The Time Swept CityThomas F. Monteleone
The UnitTerry DeHart
The Vampire Earth seriesE.E. Knight
The Wasteland SagaNick Cole
The White PlagueFrank Herbert
The Wild ShoreKim Stanley Robinson
The Wind From NowhereJ.G. Ballard
The Wounded PlanetRoger Elwood, Virginia Kidd ( editors )
The World Ends in Hickory HollowArdath Mayhar
The Year of the Quiet SunWilson Tucker
This is The Way The World EndsJames Morrow
This is the Way The World EndsKeith Taylor
Thunder of TimeJames F. David
Time of The Great FreezeRobert Silverberg
Time StormGordon R. Dickson
Tomorrow!Philip Wylie
Tooth and NailCraig Dilouie
TriumphPhilip Wylie
Twilight of the CityCharles Platt
Under the City of AngelsJerry Earl Brown
VandenbergOliver Lange
Vault of the AgesPoul Anderson
VectorHenry Sutton
Voices of HopeDavid Feintuch
Voyage from YesteryearJames P.  Hogan
Walden TwoB.F. Skinner
WandererDonald E. McQuinn
War and PeaceStanley Schmidt ( editor )
War DayWhitley Strieber, James Kunetka
A War of ShadowsJack L. Chalker
WarriorDonald E. McQueen
Wastelands vol 1 & 2John Joseph Adams ( editor )
Watch the RhineJohn Ringo, Tom Kratman
Waters of DeathIrving A. Greenfield
The Way the World EndsJames Morrow
When the Devil DancesJohn Ringo
When Worlds CollideEdwin Balmer, Philip Wylie
Where Late The Sweet  Birds SangKate Wilhelm
Wild CountryDean Ing
WintermindMarvin Kaye. Parke Godwin
Winters DaughterCharles Whitmore
WitchDonald E. McQuinn
Without WarningJohn Birmingham
Wolf and IronGordon R. Dickson
World Made By HandJames Howard Kunstler
Year of the CloudTed Thomas, Kate Wilhelm
Yellow EyesJohn Ringo, Tom Kratman
8.4Peter Hernon
40 Minute WarJanet & Chris Morris
1633 ( and sequels )Eric Flint
-Grantville Gazette
43,000 Years LaterHorace Coon
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Here's Cold Camp by Tim J

https://www.ar15.com/content/page.html?id=200


A trilogy by another ARFcommer that I enjoyed was Pillars in the Fall/Against the Grain/ Crossing Blurred Lines by Ian Daniels.
Set some years into a catastrophic economic slide that essentially passes the point of no return, it follows a young man who is an unapologetic moody loner who finds his metier in the collapse as a bandit killer.
He scavenges and hunts for a loose group of families that he has some ties with and helps them deal with the situation that is slowly deteriorating past lawlessness into chaos.
Bleak and ugly. Morally very gray.

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Has anybody read the 299 days series?
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I read them both. Halfast gave it to everyone on the old survival forum and that squirrel forum too...I think he sold the movie rights, and there was supposed to be a movie, but idk if it ever happened .

Cold Camp was the New Hampshire one though right? If so, I highly recommend that one too
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Freedom Fallen

Author is an old friend of mine. Set in the area in which we grew up
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Also very, very good.
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Wikipedia is actually useful for some things:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_apocalyptic_and_post-apocalyptic_fiction

My picks:

Lucifer's Hammer
The Road
Y-The Last Man (comic series)
War of the Worlds (original book)
Monster Island (book 1 of three, free on internets, supernatural zombies)
Autumn Series (David Moody, first one is slow but under-rated zombie books for sure)
The White Plague (Frank Hubert, same guy that wrote Dune)
Alas Babylon
Earth Abides
Adrian's Undead Diary
The Stand (unabridged, 1600 page version)
Swan Song
Footfall (if you read Lucifer's Hammer, wait a year then read this)
Triumph (Phillip Wylie, this is early 70's schlock, but it is a fun story about a bunker and nuclear war)

If you pick one, read "The Road".  I'll freeze your soul. Don't read if you are unstable at all.
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Better not in a good way
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Originally Posted By MHowski:


Yep. The Road.  And the book was better than the movie.

Better not in a good way


Ending made me visibly weep in a public situation as I was finishing it.

I was a fairly new father at the time.
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Originally Posted By mohawk17:
48 Hours One Second After by William Forstchen


Fixed


Oops, I meant this one.   I haven't read 48 Hours yet.
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Originally Posted By Badlatitude:
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Lights out was fantastic.
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Originally Posted By speedracer422:

I read them both. Halfast gave it to everyone on the old survival forum and that squirrel forum too...I think he sold the movie rights, and there was supposed to be a movie, but idk if it ever happened .

Cold Camp was the New Hampshire one though right? If so, I highly recommend that one too
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The short story movie was made and BlackFox a member here participated in the crowdfunding of the full length movie. I donated and got a bunch of swag, including a signed book. The project has been shelved for several years.
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Hailey's World

Another written by an old friend (see another book from him above)
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Originally Posted By speedracer422:

I read them both. Halfast gave it to everyone on the old survival forum and that squirrel forum too...I think he sold the movie rights, and there was supposed to be a movie, but idk if it ever happened .

Cold Camp was the New Hampshire one though right? If so, I highly recommend that one too
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I'd love to see the Halfast movie if it was done right.
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the bible

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Swan Song  - Robert McCammon

Post apocalyptic with a strong dose of the supernatural.
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I was a fan of the Horseclans novels written by Robert Adams.

Most of them are set hundreds of years after the apocalypse though, and there's lots of fantasy and science fiction elements thrown in.

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Lucifer's  Hammer by Larry Niven and Jerry Pournelle
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Didn’t they team of for Foot Fall as well? Another great read
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Level 7 by Mordecai Roshwald

Down To A Sunless Sea by David Graham
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As Wind In Dry Grass

This book made Lights Out and One Second After seem boring.
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Dust series.  Although actually after the end of the world.  Same writer wrote IZombie which is told from the perspective of zombie and is an interested take on the genre.

There is a series of short stories, The End is Nigh (covers immediately prior to the end of the world) and the End is Now.  Good bathroom reading.
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The series by A. American. It's great.
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Jerry Ahern’s  series, The Survivalist, were fun when I was young.
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As Wind In Dry Grass

This book made Lights Out and One Second After seem boring.
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I read a pretty neat one called the Book of Revelation.
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The No Where Apocalypse (5 book series)by e a lake (Author)

It's on Kindle Unlimited too.  He's some other interesting books on there also, the WWIV series.  

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I read Alas, Babylon a long time ago and then again just a couple years ago.   It still holds up pretty well.
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Originally Posted By PaladinM1911:
Alas Babylon,
From Amazon description:
Set in the early 1960's, when a nuclear holocaust ravages the United States, a thousand years of civilization are stripped away overnight, and tens of millions of people are killed instantly. But for one small town in Florida, miraculously spared, the struggle is just beginning, as men and women of all backgrounds join together to confront the darkness.

Get the audiobook it's read by Will Patton
https://images.mubicdn.net/images/cast_member/4771/cache-5050-1478101707/image-w856.jpg?size=800x

I read Alas, Babylon a long time ago and then again just a couple years ago.   It still holds up pretty well.

That. It's the prototype.
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End of Summer, Seasons of Man Book 1
by S.M. Anderson. He's got another series, The Eden Chronicles, that I'm re-listening to now. One of my favorites since Ringo fell off the face of the planet.
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