Warday: And the Journey Onward - Whitley Strieber Reviews
Description:ISBN 0030707315 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Whitley Strieber, James Kunetka / Hardcover / 374 Pages / Book is published 1984-04 by Henry ... more
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Hardcover, Henry Holt & Co
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Warday tells the story of an America, post nuclear war, through the eyes of two writers taking a trip across the shattered nation. Warday began in October 1987 and was a brief nuclear exchange between the USA and Russia, but its after effects were the most catastrophic - disease, radiation and starvation. OK, now the book is very dated, but it's an interesting testament to the time and the age it was written in. The Russians and the Americans were in the middle of the 'Star Wars' program at the time - the ability to destroy incoming ICBM's before they reached the target. The fact that the book is set in 1993, several years after the nuclear exchange is ... Read the complete review
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