- Recommend me some post-apocalyptic/survivalist/zombie fiction?
Again, not zombies, but J G Ballard wrote some wonderfully dystopian stuff.
The Drought, The Drowned World, High Rise and Concrete Island are well worth a read. He takes fairly simple ideas and extrapolates them very convincingly and unnervingly.
EDIT – since your killing time on an aeroplane you should also pop a copy of the Langoliers by Stephen King on your kindle.Posted 4 years agopete0773Member
Both Outpost & Terminus By Adam Baker a good read.
Wool hard going for the first few chapters but once I got into it I couldn’t put it down.
Afterlight – Alex Scarrow – V Good – I have read several of his novels of which I can remember the titles.
One Second After -Forstche – Good (very American – moments of cheesiness)
Its a genre I enjoy reading, although there is some dross about!
PetePosted 4 years agosharkattackMember
sharkattack – have you read their other famous one? The mote in gods eye – also excellent, so starts a bit slowly.
I haven’t. I just remember being loaned this one from a mate and really enjoying it. Really slow build up, you’re not even sure if the comet is going to hit then BLAM!
Wouldn’t mind reading it again and also tracking down their other efforts.Posted 4 years ago
The topic ‘Recommend me some post-apocalyptic/survivalist/zombie fiction?’ is closed to new replies.