Exterminance Comethby Robert Segarra
When a meteor collides with the Earth in Exterminance Cometh, millions feel its effect and struggle to survive the aftermath. World governments put all their efforts into rebuilding and maintaining society in order to survive what is certain to be the most serious threat to mankind's existence it has ever had to face. As populations cluster, it soon becomes apparent that the opportunity to rebuild a society that is free of the oppressive regimes of the past has finally arrived. With freedom in mind, many groups come together as a unified group to begin the work of creating a free society, and prepare for a final showdown with the world government of Harold Anderson.
Author Bio: Robert Segarra was born and educated in the New York City area. He has contributed artistic and written works to a wide variety of small press publications. Exterminance Cometh, written in 1988 with a few sections previously published, appears for the first time here in its entirety.
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I had been getting a bit bored a while back, but then a new crop of fresh material began to crop up, among them, Exterminance Cometh. What a breath of fresh air!
What if the very worst in human nature found its outlet in cataclysmic wars and mismanagement of the planet's resources? Would there be any hope for the Earth? With its in-depth examination of human strivings and ambitions as well as their consequences, this novel could be described as a sort of 'Lord of the Flies' with grown-up characters, yet it is much more besides that. Television and film agents, take note! As I read this book, I found myself effortlessly 'seeing' its vivid images.
If you want to read a novel that borders on frightening prophecies come true and possible scenarios of the future, then this is your book. Once I started reading it, I couldn't put it down.
I read this book expecting the typical gloom and doom books I used to read, and I was very surprised. This book is written in a nice style, and the imagery, while decadent and dreary as any book on the subject of major destruction might be, still contained more than a glimmer of hope. I recommend this book to all readers of science fiction, as well as fans of Nostradamus and students of human nature.
Exterminance Cometh is the story of what could happen if some cataclysmic event were to occur on a future Earth, one where society has all but broken down, and survival for most individuals is on a day to day basis. How would mankind respond to the challenge? The story may surprise you.