Five years after a "limited" nuclear war, two survivors journey across America. They -- and you -- will discover what is left of our way of life: the depth of the devastation -- and the hopes of a new society desperately struggling to be born.
From Edward Kennedy to Playboy magazine, readers have praised Warday as an absorbing, suspenseful novel -- and an important book for every American to read.
"A first-rate novel, as real as snapshots of tomorrow. And as scary." -- New York Daily News
"Haunting ... horrifying ... engrossing ... an all too believable look at what could be the future." -- United Press International
"Disturbingly plausible ... its vision of postnuclear chaos exceeds 'The Day After'." -- Newsweek
"Imaginative ... entertaining reading." -- Boston Herald
"Frightening ... controversial ... a futuristic thriller." -- Chicago Tribune
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A different take on the end of the world story, very thoughtful and engaging.
It was okay little too statistical but at times frighteningly realistic as to what might really happen.
Interesting story. A little dated as it is set in the late 1980s and early 1990s. Scary to think this could have happened.
I've read many end of the world books and I have to say this one isn't exceptional. It got some 5 star ratings and I do think it's worth reading just don't think it's great.