Reviews tagged "post-apocalyptic"


Bones of Faerie by Janni Lee Simner

Twenty years after the War with Faerie that devastated the world, and fifteen years after Liza was born, she and her town live in constant fear. Fear that magic will destroy the living they have slowly rebuilt for themselves. Fear that magic will come into their midst again. So whenever a child is born showing […]


A Canticle for Leibowitz by Walter J. Miller

The post-nuclear holocaust story is a venerable cliche in science fiction. Nevertheless, there is nothing wrong with the idea per se, as A Canticle for Leibowitz triumphantly proves. After the death of civilization in nuclear war, an ex-physicist named Leibowitz founded an order to preserve the remnants of knowledge. The novel follows the story of […]