They descended from the infinite void of space, annihilating cities and destroying the foundations of modern civilization. Black nanoswarms fed like a locust plague on anything with an electromagnetic signal, wreaking havoc on the lifeblood of human industry. Then, as quickly as they came, the invaders mysteriously died, leaving humanity with nothing but savagery, starvation, pestilence, and death in their wake. Spurred by a life-threatening illness, a young man named Thursday chronicles his harrowing journey through a land riven by violence and superstition. The Post-Apocalyptic Tourist’s Guide is his story in six parts.
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About the Author
Stephen Lawson lives in Louisville, Kentucky, with his wife, a rabbit, and some bees. Stephen spent five years on active duty with the Navy after high school and deployed three times aboard the USS Theodore Roosevelt. His carrier battle group deployed on September 19, 2001 as part of the immediate response to 9/11, which eventually became Operation Enduring Freedom. He has a business administration degree from Asbury University, and is currently pursuing an MBA. He divides his time between church, writing, education, and a career as an officer in the Kentucky Army National Guard. He considers his biggest influences to be Michael Crichton, C.S. Lewis, Robert Heinlein, and team-writers Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child.