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Saudi Arabia may be building its first weapons for a "missile race in the Middle East," experts say

2020.01.25 21:02 autotldr Saudi Arabia may be building its first weapons for a "missile race in the Middle East," experts say

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Saudi Arabia is reportedly building its first known ballistic missile factory amid a regional push for new weapons capabilities and increased efforts by the United States and Israel to counter their mutual foe Iran.
In a report published Wednesday by The Washington Post, leading experts said satellite imagery dating back to November appears to show Saudi Arabia's debut ballistic missile factory located at an existing missile base near the central town of Al-Watah.
Fabian Hinz, who worked alongside Lewis and fellow researcher David Schmerler, told Newsweek that their analysis "Shows we are already seeing a missile race in the Middle East" as "Saudi Arabia has had missiles since the 1980s, but originally it was a very limited capability of doubtless military utility." He added: "Then they began expanding it. And now, the fact that they build a factory and the sheer size of their missile force shows they are really strategically committed to missiles."
Revolutionary Shiite Muslim Iran and conservative Sunni Muslim Saudi Arabia have for decades contended for influence across the Middle East and the former has managed to build the largest missile arsenal in the region.
The Houthis have fired short-range ballistic missiles at Saudi Arabia on multiple occasions, potentially accelerating Riyadh's desire for its own domestically-built missile force as the war there continues to stagnate.
Algeria has reportedly received Iskander short-range ballistic missile systems from Russia and Syria was allegedly building missile factories with help from Iran, who has been accused of supplying the Lebanese Hezbollah and Yemeni Houthi movements as well.
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2019.07.11 17:57 burtonsimmons Thargoids: Where to find them, and how to help (July 11th, 2019 edition)

Thargoids: Where to find them, and how to help (July 11th, 2019 edition)
Let me start with a shout-out to Canonn (their Thargoid research team is awesome), the contributors on the official forums, the Anti Xeno Initiative, The Hand, The Hive, and other independent pilots and AX crews for critically taking charge of system defenses - and extra respect to Operation Ida for repairing the stations we haven't managed to defend - even in the face of adversity, they've been trucking 60,000-120,000 tons per day (sometimes more!) in support of the repairing stations! All my information comes from the above sources. A further tip of the hat to all the independent pilots and other squadrons who've been stepping up to defend our systems, evacuate burning stations, and help humanity in general.
EDIT: With updated information regarding where the Thargoids have gone (hint: they're not in the bubble, none to be found except in the Pleiades, likely no attack next week), I'm updating this post.
What was attacked
As I wrote last week, Eagle Eye had (eventually) updated with the following systems:
Eagle Eye 1: Kharwa Eagle Eye 2: Ariatia Eagle Eye 3: Ngobi Eagle Eye 4: Kungantju Eagle Eye 5: T'ien Mu Eagle Eye 6: Nauni 
None of these systems were defended, and six stations burned.
Grabe Ring is on fire, despite attempts to clear the Thargoid infestation.
Stations are currently on fire and in need of evacuation:
Beaufoy Vision in Nauni
Copernicus City in Kungantju
Glashow Station in Kharwa
Gooch Ring in Ariatia
Grabe Ring in T'ien Mu
Hinz Hub in Ngobe
Thanks to the fantastic, coordinated efforts of AX pilots everywhere, we cleared all five incursions over the past week:

Where to defend
Edit: According to GalNet, The Thargoids have mysteriously withdrawn!
Eagle Eye has updated with new information (and here's a walkthrough on finding this information for yourself) . The next systems targeted by the Thargoids have been identified as:
Eagle Eye 1: NO ACTIVITY DETECTED Eagle Eye 2: NO ACTIVITY DETECTED Eagle Eye 3: NO ACTIVITY DETECTED Eagle Eye 4: NO ACTIVITY DETECTED Eagle Eye 5: NO ACTIVITY DETECTED Eagle Eye 6: NO ACTIVITY DETECTED 
What's all this then?
It appears that, as a result of The Enclave Interstellar Initiative and possibly our activities near the Witch Head Nebula, the Thargoids have withdrawn from the bubble and are only found in the Pleiades for now.

This information can be viewed in GalNet (right-hand control panel) and is actually updated live-ish there as we fight back the Thargoids, so you'll know where you can find incursions and what the incursion level is. Check that to see the most up-to-date information.
In the meantime, we currently have five systems listed as being under active incursion, but, due to the Thargoid withdrawl, no Thargoids (or AX CZs) are present.
Note: When the Thargoid presence has been eliminated, the AX Conflict Zones will disappear; check your GalNet report for the latest Thargoid presence information!
The Thargoid Activity Report in GalNet shows our progress, which is exceptionally handy. As we fight Thargoids in the AX Conflict Zones, the Thargoid presence will reduce from Massive to Significant to Moderate to Marginal, which gives us an idea of how close we are to ending an incursion. If you're looking to fight, check there to see our immediate progress.
Note: If you need to fight Thargoids and can't find an AX Conflict Zone and don't want to use the Eagle Eye systems, the best place to find Thargoids is down in the Pleiades; I personally launch out of Artemis Lodge in Celaeno, but there are several stations to launch out of, and Non-Human Signal Sources are present and prevalent there.
If you're looking groups with whom to fight Thargoids, I highly recommend checking out the Anti-Xeno Initiative, The Hand, and The Hive; they're all great groups and can help you hone your skills.
Note: If you've got an AX group that you'd like mentioned, please let me know!
This is where I usually make fun of Aegis for being useless, but... meh. Useless. I'll return to my normally scheduled mocking next week, most likely.

I managed to solo my first Basilisk last night in my Dropship, and now the Thargoids have disappeared. COINCIDENCE?
Not a combat pilot?
Repair efforts bring stations back online!
Operation Ida (Discord) is leading the repair efforts. I encourage you all to bolster their ranks. They're incredibly organized, and have been trucking non-stop to bring damaged stations back online. As a group, they're hauling close to 100,000 tons per day, and this week, as a result of their "Finishing a Six-Pack" initiative, where they tried to finish the hard work started by independent pilots and groups, and helped bring the following stations back online:
For the first time, they have actually repaired more stations in a week than have been attacked! Massive congratulations to them and the independent pilots and groups who did the initial heavy lifting on those stations!
Operation Ida has now moved their organization and hauling dedication to helping repair England Hub in Jataya. They're fantastic, fun, and their Discord channel is a fun place to hang out!
Evacuation efforts help clear incursions!
Post Disaster Evacuation Service (Discord) are organizing evacuations; here's a station evacuation walkthrough. They'll happily chat with you, share fittings, and just generally try to work together to help the trapped civilians. Additionally, they have an EDMC plugin called EvacCount to track evacuation numbers either in total or across a session. Check them out!
Evacuees are bulk passengers, so economy cabins are the best, and they pay roughly 10,000 chead. Even a low-cost Type-6 Transporter can evacuate over 50 people at a time, easily topping half a million credits per round trip (which takes only a few minutes.) If you haven't done it before, I highly recommend it.
If you're looking to build superpower reputation through station evacuations, you might consider evacuations at the following stations:
Beaufoy Vision in Nauni has three Federation-aligned factions.
Copernicus City in Kungantju has two Federation-aligned factions and one Empire-aligned faction.
Glashow Station in Kharwa has two Federation-aligned factions.
Grabe Ring in T'ien Mu has two Federation-aligned factions.
Gooch Ring in Ariatia has one Federation-aligned faction and one Empire-aligned faction.
Operation Ida: Never in the field of human conflict was so much hauled by so many for so few credits.
Want to fight? Unsure of what to do? Read this section
System under incursion - and which have a Thargoid presence - have AX Conflict Zones instead of Non-Human Signal Sources (note: for the bubble only, the Pleiades still has plenty of NHSS) where the Pilots Federation is fighting Thargoids. These are massive furballs, with not-entirely-useless human AI ships on your side, and a mashup of Thargoids - scouts and interceptors - on the other. It is entirely possible to go in and just fight scouts (if, for instance, you're only comfortable with them or you wish to increase your combat ranking); you can stay away from the interceptors with some effort.
However, when interceptors do join the fight, they will trigger a shutdown field. I highly recommend carrying a shutdown field neutralizer, purchasable at many planetary bases and at the Aegis megaships, or the nature of the fight will change dramatically. You may also consider equipping a Xeno Scanner to help identify the type of scout you're facing, though there are often visual clues as well.)
If enough Thargoids are killed (and none of the many game bugs are triggered), then you'll get a Hydra at the end, which can be optionally - and with great difficulty - killed for many, many credits.
As an added bonus, scouts are "elite" rated, so if you're looking to improve your combat ranking or your NPC's combat ranking, scout-hunting is a fast way to do it.
Generally speaking, you will not find any Non-Human Signal Sources in the systems under incursion, though that's not 100% consistent.
While the scouts only offer a combat bond worth 10k credits each, if you're comfortable fighting them, Interceptors can be quite profitable and fun - but definitely require some engineering, and guardian equipment is helpful. By "profitable" I mean "millions of credits per kill". Bring a wing and start farming. If you're looking to start fighting them, I highly recommend checking out this video from Shwinky of the Anti-Xeno Initiative for tips on how to fight a Thargoid Interceptor. It'll save your life, your ship, and maybe humanity. If you want build or ship recommendations, Canonn has a site for that.
Note: if you cannot find any AX Conflict Zones, try the Eagle Eye-identified systems to find Non-Human Signal Sources. If you can't find anything you want in those, consider flying down to the Pleiades (e.g. Merope, Celaeno, HR 1183, etc) to find Non-Human Signal Sources in abundance.

For the first time ever, this map is actually BETTER than last week's map.
Guardian Modules & Weapons
On another note, if you're just coming back to the game or are now interested in unlocking Guardian technology - the modules and weapons are incredible for fighting Thargoids and the FSD booster is just generally a must-have. Guardian Weapons are the thing to have for taking on higher-tier Thargoid Interceptors, and the Guardian Modules are easy to get and have non-AX purposes as well, especially if you don't have a whole lot of engineering available.
I've written up several walkthroughs:
A quick note about the modules: Out in Colonia, outfitting can be pretty slim, with few A-rated modules available. However, there's a tech broker in Colonia, so you can get the Guardian Power Plant and Power Distributor, which are like reasonably-engineered A-rated modules. Heading out that way? Get the Guardian modules first!
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2019.05.16 17:43 burtonsimmons Thargoids: Where to find them, and how to help (May 16th, 2019 edition)

Thargoids: Where to find them, and how to help (May 16th, 2019 edition)
Let me start with a shout-out to Canonn (their Thargoid research team is awesome), the contributors on the official forums, the Anti Xeno Initiative, The Hive, and The Hand, and other independent pilots and AX crews for critically taking charge of system defenses, and especially Operation Ida for repairing the stations we haven't managed to defend - even in the face of adversity, they've been trucking 60,000-120,000 tons per day (sometimes more!) in support of the repairing stations! All my information comes from the above sources. A further tip of the hat to all the independent pilots and other squadrons who've been stepping up to defend our systems, evacuate burning stations, and help humanity in general.
What was attacked
As I wrote last week, Eagle Eye reported the following targets:
Eagle Eye 1: Ngobe Eagle Eye 2: Nu Kuang Eagle Eye 3: Judumlia Eagle Eye 4: Er Longs Eagle Eye 5: LDS 883 Eagle Eye 6: Obamumbo 
AX pilots, after taking on the incursions, managed to defend Er Longs, Judumlia, and Obamumbo, but Smith Reserve in LDS 883, Hinz Hub in Ngobe, and Bean Station in Nu Kuang suffered attacks by Thargoids.

Hinz Hub in Ngobe is ON FIRE (insert NBA2K announcer voice). Rescue missions are available, first come, first serve!
Where to defend
With the incursions going on, Eagle Eye, updated with the following systems (and here's a walkthrough on finding this information for yourself):
Eagle Eye 1: HIP 13173 Eagle Eye 2: Gciriko Eagle Eye 3: Uodigaenta Eagle Eye 4: Pemepatung Eagle Eye 5: HR 1257 Eagle Eye 6: Kagutsuchi 
Handily, there's only one large station in each system, so they're all have the same number of stations to lose, though HR 1257 is controlled by the Simbad Regime and Kagutsuchi is controlled by Close Encounters Corps, both of which are player factions.

This information can be viewed in GalNet (right-hand control panel) and is actually updated live-ish there as we fight back the Thargoids, so you'll know where you can find incursions and what the incursion level is. Check that to see the most up-to-date information.
We currently have a mere three systems under incursion:
Thanks to the fantastic, coordinated efforts of AX pilots everywhere, we cleared five incursions over the past week:
The Thargoid Activity Report in GalNet shows our progress, which is exceptionally handy. As we fight Thargoids in the AX Conflict Zones, the Thargoid presence will reduce from Massive to Significant to Moderate to Marginal, which gives us an idea of how close we are to ending an incursion. If you're looking to fight, check there to see our immediate progress.

If you're looking for AX Conflict Zones...
If you're looking for wingmates - or even lessons - in fighting Thargoids, I highly recommend checking out the Anti-Xeno Initiative, The Hive, and The Hand; they're all great groups and can help you hone your skills.
  • The Anti-Xeno Initiative (AXI) (discord link) - the leader in AX combat, great for learning, PC wings, and more
  • The Hive (discord link) - mainly PS4-focused
  • The Hand (discord link) - amazing group, the Xbox-focused defense force
  • Squadrons Of Humanity (discord link) - an Xbox-based squadron coordinating AX combat and war relief
If you've got an AX group that you'd like mentioned, please let me know!
Unfazed by the huge station losses or need for increased defense or action, Aegis has done nothing except provide support megaships for the last four months. However, the the military side of Aegis fiddles while Rome burns, the research arm of Aegis the did just announce a partnership with Ram Tah to do... something and, several weeks later, that something is, so far, nothing. Gosh, wouldn't it be great if those capital ships, which are apparently useless against Thargoids, could at least help haul goods for station repair or something?

Fewer stations on fire. That's good! More stations awaiting repair. That's bad! More opportunities to haul goods. That's good! Everyone's in Zende for the new CG. That's bad!
Not a combat pilot?
First, I encourage you all to bolster the ranks of the heroes at Operation Ida. They've been trucking non-stop to bring damaged stations back online. They're hard at work on Fabian Terminal in Badbadzist, and their Discord channel is guaranteed to be a fun place!
Otherwise, consider loading up a ship with economy-class cabins and heading out the burning stations to evacuate civilians! They're bulk-class passengers, so economy cabins are the best, and they pay roughly 10,000 chead. Even a low-cost Type-6 Transporter can evacuate over 50 people at a time, easily topping half a million credits per round trip (which takes only a few minutes.) If you haven't done it before, I highly recommend it. Curious about it? Here's a station evacuation walkthrough. Note: While station evacuations have not been shown to help repair efforts at this time, the HOT VACATION test showed that they're a great non-combat way of fighting off the incursion!
If you're looking to build superpower reputation, you might consider evacuations at the following stations:
  • LDS 883 has three Federation-aligned factions
  • Nu Kuang has two Federation-aligned factions
  • There are no systems with Empire-aligned factions offering repair missions at this time.

The Type-7 is a fantastic and great-looking ship. Fight me.

Want to fight? Unsure of what to do? Read this section
System under incursion have AX Conflict Zones instead of Non-Human Signal Sources (note: for the bubble only, the Pleiades still has plenty of NHSS); the Pilots Federation is fighting Thargoids. These are massive furballs, with not-entirely-useless human AI ships on your side, and a mashup of Thargoids - scouts and interceptors - on the other. It is entirely possible to go in and just fight scouts (if, for instance, you're only comfortable with them or you wish to increase your combat ranking); you can stay away from the interceptors with some effort.
However, when interceptors do join the fight, they will trigger a shutdown field. I highly recommend carrying a shutdown field neutralizer, purchasable at many planetary bases and at the Aegis megaships, or the nature of the fight will change dramatically. You may also consider equipping a Xeno Scanner to help identify the type of scout you're facing, though there are often visual clues as well.)
If enough Thargoids are killed (and none of the many game bugs are triggered), then you'll get a Hydra at the end, which can be optionally - and with great difficulty - killed for many, many credits.
As an added bonus, scouts are "elite" rated, so if you're looking to improve your combat ranking or your NPC's combat ranking, scout-hunting is a fast way to do it.
Generally speaking, you will not find any Non-Human Signal Sources in the systems under incursion, though that's not 100% consistent.
While the scouts only offer a combat bond worth 10k credits each, if you're comfortable fighting them, Interceptors can be quite profitable and fun - but definitely require some engineering, and guardian equipment is helpful. By "profitable" I mean "millions of credits per kill". Bring a wing and start farming. If you're looking to start fighting them, I highly recommend checking out this video from Shwinky of the Anti-Xeno Initiative for tips on how to fight a Thargoid Interceptor. It'll save your life, your ship, and maybe humanity. If you want build or ship recommendations, Canonn has a site for that.

Guardian Modules & Weapons
On another note, if you're just coming back to the game or are now interested in unlocking Guardian technology - the modules and weapons are incredible for fighting Thargoids and the FSD booster is just generally a must-have. Guardian Weapons are the thing to have for taking on higher-tier Thargoid Interceptors, and the Guardian Modules are easy to get and have non-AX purposes as well, especially if you don't have a whole lot of engineering available.
I've written up several walkthroughs:
A quick note about the modules: Out in Colonia, outfitting can be pretty slim, with few A-rated modules available. However, there's a tech broker in Colonia, so you can get the Guardian Power Plant and Power Distributor, which are like reasonably-engineered A-rated modules. Heading out that way? Get the Guardian modules first!
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2019.02.13 06:27 MrRyaduesu Date is Set for 2nd Annual Brody Hinz Tournament

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2018.11.07 23:17 nilnz List of Tech conferences and events from 8 November 2018

Previous post
Please comment with events you think people should know about. Preferably with a link, date and where. Listing a conference or event here doesn't necessarily mean I think it is good. In most cases either the conference has happened before or it looks interesting.
I started this list because people need more time to arrange work schedules, request for leave and/or funding for conferences and events.
There's too many acronyms. I have expanded them to ensure there's no confusion as well as not assuming everyone know what they are.
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2018.10.05 21:37 nilnz List of Tech conferences and events from 8 October 2018

Previous post
Please comment with events you think people should know about. Preferably with a link, date and where. Listing a conference or event here doesn't necessarily mean I think it is good. In most cases either the conference has happened before or it looks interesting.
I started this list because people need more time to arrange work schedules, request for leave and/or funding for conferences and events.
There's too many acronyms. I have expanded them to ensure there's no confusion as well as not assuming everyone know what they are.
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2018.06.25 16:41 nilnz List of Tech conferences and events from 26 June 2018

Events
Conferences
Please comment with events you think people should know about. Preferably with a link, date and where. Listing a conference or event here doesn't necessarily mean I think it is good. In most cases either the conference has happened before or it looks interesting.
I started this list because people need more time to arrange work schedules, request for leave and/or funding for conferences and events.
There's too many acronyms. I have expanded them to ensure there's no confusion as well as not assuming everyone know what they are.
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2018.02.11 22:54 ddvdd2005 Medal Events of Day Three

For day three, there are supposed to be 8 medal events. Let's hope that mother nature will be kind today and none of them will be delayed to a further date.

Figure Skating - Team Event

Time : 10:00 KST / 1:00 GMT / 20:00 EST
Approximate Length : 3 hours 30 minutes
Notes :
-3 events left out of 8 : Men single, Ladies single (11:10 KST) and Ice dance free skating (12:20 KST).
-5 countries left : Canada (45 points), Russia (39), USA (36), Italy (35) and Japan (32).
-At each event, 10 points are given to first, 9 to second, 8 to third, 7 to fourth and 6 to fifth.
Potential Winner : Canada

Snowboard - Ladies' Slopestyle

Time : 10:00 KST / 1:00 GMT / 20:00 EST
Approximate Length : 1 hour 30 minutes
Notes :
-Due to weather conditions yesterday, qualifications were cancelled which means that the field were not reduced from 26 to 12.
-This also means that instead of having 3 attempts each, they will only have 2.
Potential Winners : USA's Jamie Anderson and Julia Marino, Austria's Anna Gasser and Finland's Enni Rukajarvi

Alpine Skiing - Ladies' Giant Slalom

Time : 10:15 KST / 1:15 GMT / 20:15 EST POSTPONED UNTIL THURSDAY
Approximate Length : 5 hours 30 minutes
Notes :
-There are two runs (second run at 13:45 KST / 4:45 GMT / 23:45 EST).
-The cumulative time of both runs will be used to determine the winner.
-Considered to be slower than the Super G and the downhill due to it being more technical and having more turns but faster than the slalom.
Probable Winners : Germany's Viktoria Rebensburg, USA's Mikaela Shiffrin, France's Tessa Worley and Italy's Frederica Brignone

Biathlon - Women's 10km Pursuit

Time : 19:10 KST / 10:10 GMT / 5:10 EST
Approximate Length : 1 hour 15 minutes
Notes :
-The top 60 from the Women's 7.5km sprint event will start separated by the time difference at that event
-This means that someone who finished 25 seconds behind the winner of the 7.5km sprint will start 25 seconds after the start of the pursuit.
-There will be 5 laps of 2km each with a shooting bout in between each lap.
-The first two shooting bouts will be prone (lying) and the last two will be standing.
-For each miss, the competitor will need to ski a penalty lap of 150m.
Probable Winners : Germany's Laura Dahlmeier and Vanessa Hinz, Norway's Marte Olsbu, Czech Republic's Veronika Vitkova and France's Marie Dorin Habert

Biathlon - Men's 12.5km Pursuit

Time : 21:00 KST / 12:00 GMT / 7:00 EST
Approximate Length : 1 hour 15 minutes
Notes :
-Same as above except that it's the top 60 from the Men's 10km sprint.
-5 laps of 2.5km instead.
Probable Winners : France's Martin Fourcade, Czech Republic's Michal Krcmar and Germany's Arnd Peiffer and Simon Schempp

Freestyle Skiing - Men's Moguls

Time : 21:00 KST / 12:00 GMT / 7:00 EST
Approximate Length : 1 hour 45 minutes
Notes :
-Top 20 from the qualifiers will qualify to the first final. Then, the top 12 will qualify to the second final (21:35 KST). Then, the top 6 will qualify to the third final (22:10 KST).
-Their score is based on their turns (60% of their score, judged by judges based on how they travel through the moguls), their jumps (20% of their score, judged by judges based on the form and difficulty of the jumps realized) and their speed (20% of their score, faster is better).
Probable Winners : Canada's Mikael Kingsbury, Kazakhstan's Dimitryi Reikherd, Russia's Aleksandr Smyshliaev and Japan's Ikuma Horishima

Speed Skating - Ladies' 1500m

Time : 21:30 KST / 12:30 GMT / 7:30 EST
Approximate Length : 1 hour 15 minutes
Notes :
-14 pairs of skaters will compete against the clock to attempt the best possible time.
-They will skate 3.75 laps each.
Current World Record : 1:50.85
Probable Winners : Japan's Miho Takagi, USA's Heather Bergsma and Netherlands' Marrit Leenstra and Ireen Wust

Ski Jumping - Ladies' Normal Hill Individual

Time : 21:50 KST / 12:50 GMT / 7:50 EST
Approximate Length : 1 hour 15 minutes
Notes :
-There are two attempts (second attempt at 22:35 KST).
-The cumulative score from both attempts will be used to determine the winner.
-Their score is determined from a combination of the distance they reach (60 points for reaching a minimum of 90m and then an extra 1.8 points per meter), their style (as judged by 5 judges which give a score of 0-20 each. The highest and the lowest are removed for a total style score of 0-60) and wind/outdoor conditions (using a complicated formula to give more points when the conditions are less favorable and less points when the conditions are more favorable).
Probable Winners : Norway's Maren Lundby, Japan's Sara Takanashi, Austria's Daniela Iraschko-Stolz and Germany's Katharina Althaus
Previous days: One Two
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2017.11.25 22:39 links234 Omaha Events for the Week of November 26

I'm trying to keep this a regularly occurring thing and will edit/update it as needed but, be warned, it is a lot of work to generate this. So if I don't get it out some weeks just know that I didn't find the time for it. All of these events can be found on Facebook if you want to RSVP there.

Omaha events for the week of November 26

Saturday, November 25

Event Time Location Info
Young Artists' Holiday Market 10 AM Deer Park Community Resource Center, 1801 Vinton St
Photos with the Grinch! 10 AM The Green Spot, 1110 S 71st St, Ste K greenspotomaha.com
Santa's Visits 12 PM Hollywood Candy, 1209 Jackson St
Detour Nebraska Booksigning 1 PM Barnes & Noble, 7400 Dodge St, Ste 325 bn.com
Book Signing: Passing Semis in the Rain 1 PM The Bookworm, 2501 S 90th St, Ste 111 bookwormomaha.com
Creighton Bluejays vs. SIU Edwardsville Cougars 3:30 PM CenturyLink Center centurylinkcenteromaha.com
Omaha Lancers vs. Team USA 7:05 PM Ralston Arena, 7300 Q St ralstonarena.com
Omaha Mavericks Hockey vs. Northern Michigan Wildcats 7:07 PM Baxter Arena, 2425 S 67th St baxterarena.com
Corn Born Comedy + Fontenelle 7:15 PM Thunderhead Brewing Taproom, 13304 W Center Rd
MJ LIVE 7:30 PM Orpheum Theatre, 1200 Douglas St ticketomaha.com
Mike Brock and Charlie Melia 8 PM The New Frontier Bar, 8516 N 30th St
Danksgiving 2017 w/ Super Moon /Dummy Head Torpedo and friends 8 PM Lookout Lounge, 320 S 72nd St lookoutomaha.com
The J E T Squad:Joel/Ed/Terry 8:30 PM The Omaha Lounge, 1505 Farnam St theomahalounge.com
The Hanyaks 9 PM Chrome Lounge, 8552 Park Dr chromeloungeomaha.com
Drew Jude & the Cool Tones 9 PM The B. Bar, 4330 Leavenworth St
Pawn Shop Gumballs / HeatWaves / Last Stop / Blindheart 9 PM Dr Jack’s Drinkery, 3012 N 102nd St drjacksdrinkery.com
The Six 9 PM Ozone Lounge, 7220 F St ozoneomaha.com
Sailing in Soup w/Vintage Pistol 9 PM The Down Under Lounge, 3530 Leavenworth St thedownunderomaha.com
DJ Animale 9 PM The Cove Lounge, 3525 N 147th St, Ste 201
No Shelter w/ Badmotorfinger 9 PM Slowdown, 729 N 14th St theslowdown.com
Benson Soul Society 9 PM Reverb Lounge, 6121 Military Ave reverblounge.com
I'm Coming Home - Mary Droppinz – vinculum 9 PM Bar 415, 415 Harney St
Acoustic Night with Not U Two, Plan B & Mercury Girl 9 PM Forte Music Hall, 4727 S 96th St
The Clocks CD Release w/ Spirit Fox & Josh Watson 9 PM The Barley Street Tavern, 2735 N 62nd St barleystreet.com
Secret Weapon 9 PM Perry’s Place, 9652 Mockingbird Dr
Cirkle of Fifths 9 PM On The Q St Bar, 4821 Q St
Cameron & Mike From Flannigans Right Hook 9:30 PM Dubliner Pub, 1205 Harney St dublinerpubomaha.com
Fiesta Latina 10:30 PM Little Espana, 11036 Elm St espanaomaha.com

Sunday, November 26

Event Time Location Info
All You Can Eat Pancakes 8 AM VFW 247, 3302 Leavenworth St amvetsne02.org
Santa Claus Photo Sessions 10 AM Party Pals of Omaha, 6109 Irvington Rd partypalsomaha.com
Drag Queen BINGO 1 PM FLIXX Lounge, 1015 S 10th St flixxomaha.com
Meet & Greet with Little White Dog Rescue! 1 PM The Green Spot, 1110 S 71st St, Ste K greenspotomaha.com
Nutcracker Tea Party 2 PM Joslyn Castle, 3902 Davenport St balletnebraska.org
Santa's Sleigh Ride 3 PM City of La Vista, 8116 Parkview Blvd cityoflavista.org/santa
Holiday Harmony featuring Keith Sarver 3 PM Lauritzen Gardens, 100 Bancroft St lauritzengardens.org
Elf Movie Party 6 PM Alamo Drafthouse, 12750 Westport Pkwy drafthouse.com
Wage War, Oceans Ate Alaska, Gideon 6 PM Sokol Auditorium and Underground, 2234 S 13th St sokolauditorium.com
The Experience with All Young Girls Are Machine Guns, Dominique Morgan, Madison Ray 6:30 PM The Waiting Room, 612 Maple St waitingroomlounge.com
Linear Symmetry 9 PM Reverb Lounge, 6121 Military Ave reverblounge.com

Monday, November 27

Event Time Location Info
A Christmas Story movie 2 PM Hollywood Candy, 1209 Jackson St hollywoodcandy.com
Mellow Mike's Marathon Movie Mondays 3 PM The B. Bar, 4330 Leavenworth St
RL Live Stage - One hour concert 6 PM RL Hotel RL, 3321 S 72nd St redlion.com
NRG Energy Ice Rink 6 PM The Capitol District, 1022 Capitol Ave holidaylightsfestival.org/ice-rink/
Shopkins Live! Shop It Up! 6:30 PM Orpheum Theatre, 1200 Douglas St ticketomaha.com
Gooch and His Big Las Vegas 6:30 PM Ozone Lounge, 7220 F St ozoneomaha.com
Benson Neighborhood Association Annual Meeting 7 PM Benson Baptist, 6319 Maple St bensonneighbors.org
Truth - Free Progressive Omaha film screening 7 PM First Unitarian Church, 3114 Harney St firstuuomaha.org
Michelle Eva 's Jam Night 7:30 PM The Omaha Lounge, 1505 Farnam St theomahalounge.com
Metal Monday w/ The Endless Night & Cloud Nine Mile 9 PM The Down Under Lounge, 3530 Leavenworth St thedownunderomaha.com

Tuesday, November 28

Event Time Location Info
Giving Tuesday Events All Day Across the Metro givingtuesday.org/whats-happening-near-me
Open Coffee with Senator Tony Vargas 8 AM No More Empty Cups, 1502 S 10th St #100 nomoreemptycups.org
My Vietnam Experience 1 PM Omaha Public Library, 5111 N 90th St
Mixed Nuts movie 2 PM Hollywood Candy, 1209 Jackson St hollywoodcandy.com
Families of the Deployed and Single Parent Families Event 5 PM The Durham Museum, 801 S 10th St durhammuseum.org
Little Joe McCarthy 6:30 PM Ozone Lounge, 7220 F St ozoneomaha.com
Postcards and Pints 7 PM 1912, 6201 Maple St
Guttermouth with Koffin Kats, The Atom Age, Gallows Bound 7 PM Lookout Lounge, 320 S 72nd St lookoutomaha.com
Toro De Force: Hellboy II - The Golden Army 7 PM Alamo Drafthouse, 12750 Westport Pkwy drafthouse.com
Katy Perry 7 PM CenturyLink Center centurylinkcenteromaha.com
Benson Songwriter Exchange Workshop 7 PM Reverb Lounge, 6121 Military Ave reverblounge.com
Open Mic (Standup) 9 PM The Backline, 1618 Harney St backlinecomedy.com
DJ Vic Nasty 10 PM Bar 415, 415 Harney St

Wednesday, November 29

Event Time Location Info
Red Cross Blood Drive 9 AM Goodwill Omaha, 4805 N 72nd St goodwillomaha.org/events
Scrooged movie 2 PM Hollywood Candy, 1209 Jackson St hollywoodcandy.com
Making and Using Bone Broth // Growing Gardeners Workshop Series 6 PM City Sprouts, 4002 Seward St omahasprouts.org
Dodgeball Tournament 6 PM Urban Air Trampoline & Adventure Park, 15364 Weir St urbanairomaha.com
Sake Tasting 6:30 PM Spirit World, 6680 Center St spiritworldwine.com
Pat O & The Show 6:30 PM Ozone Lounge, 7220 F St ozoneomaha.com
Cody Johnson Band with Randall King Band 7 PM Slowdown, 729 N 14th St theslowdown.com
Charlie Alley 7 PM The B. Bar, 4330 Leavenworth St
Pick-up Volleyball 7 PM Prairie Life Fitness, 2275 S 132nd St prairielife.com
A Christmas Carol 7 PM Omaha Community Playhouse, 6915 Cass St omahaplayhouse.com
University of Nebraska-Omaha Basketball vs. Drake University Mens Basketball 7 PM Baxter Arena, 2425 S 67th St baxterarena.com
The New Humans 7:30 PM Jambo Cat, 4916 Underwood Ave
OK Party Movie Roast: The Craft 8 PM Lookout Lounge, 320 S 72nd St lookoutomaha.com
Fiona Grey with Rothsteen 8 PM The Waiting Room, 612 Maple St waitingroomlounge.com

Thursday, November 30

Event Time Location Info
Food Truck Weekly Rally! 10:30 AM Maria Bonita Mexican Cuisine, 5132 L St
Success Stories: A Look at Successful African Americans 1 PM Great Plains Black History Museum, 2221 N 24th St
Prancer movie 2 PM Hollywood Candy, 1209 Jackson St hollywoodcandy.com
Lights on Dundee 5 PM 50th & Underwood
Nebraska Bicycling Alliance One Night Only Pity Party 5:30 PM Zipline Brewing Co., 721 N 14th St nebike.org
Meet & Greet: ULYP National President 5:30 PM Blatt Beer & Table, 610 N 12th St urbanleagueneb.org/yp
Stigma: Effects of Media Portrayal of Mental Health 5:30 PM UNO Community Engagement Center, 6400 South, University Drive Road North unomaha.edu/community-engagement-centenews/scheduled-events.php
Nyok Kuoiloi Kickoff + Education 6 PM 1136 NW Radial Hwy
Davina & The Vagabonds w/ Gracie Curran 6 PM Chrome Lounge, 8552 Park Dr chromeloungeomaha.com
Community Sign & Dine 6 PM Flagship Commons, 10000 California St facebook.com/AlliesforSignInfo/
November Book Club/Ladies Supper Club 6 PM Roma Italian Restaurant, 605 Fort Crook Rd
Burns and Novick’s The Vietnam War: Movie Night 6:30 PM Omaha Public Library, 5111 N 90th St
Marks of Genius Curator Gallery Talk 6:30 PM Joslyn Art Museum, 2200 Dodge St joslyn.org
Anne Mullin 6:30 PM Ozone Lounge, 7220 F St ozoneomaha.com
Kali Indiana, High Valley, Ashley McBryde, Adam Doleac 7 PM Bourbon Saloon, 311 S 15th St bourbonsaloonomaha.com
Force of Will Tournament 7 PM Ground Zero, 4601 S 50th St, Ste 103 gzomaha.com
Mogwai with Xander Harris 7 PM The Waiting Room, 612 Maple St waitingroomlounge.com
Novel Pictures: Clueless 7 PM Alamo Drafthouse, 12750 Westport Pkwy drafthouse.com
Cirque Musica Holiday presents Believe 7:30 PM CenturyLink Center centurylinkcenteromaha.com
David Ramirez with Molly Parden 7:30 PM Slowdown, 729 N 14th St theslowdown.com
Spring Awakening - With AFSP Curtain Talks 7:30 PM UNO Theatre, Weber Fine Arts Bldg afsp.org/Nebraska
Sweet 98.5’s Not So Silent Night 2017 8 PM Ralston Arena, 7300 Q St ralstonarena.com
Gallivant w/ The 9s and B. Baldwin Band 9 PM Reverb Lounge, 6121 Military Ave reverblounge.com
Matt Whipkey Acoustic 9 PM The Barley Street Tavern, 2735 N 62nd St barleystreet.com
Chris Shelton 9:30 PM Dubliner Pub, 1205 Harney St dublinerpubomaha.com

Friday, December 1

Event Time Location Info
Kindermusik 10:30 AM Fat Brain Toys, 16909 Burke St, Ste 131 fatbraintoys.com
Equal Opportunity Awards Luncheon 11:30 AM Hilton Omaha, 1001 Cass St urbanleagueneb.org
Winter Shabbaton 12 PM Chabad of Nebraska, 1866 S 120th St
Meet and Greet Santa and Friends 4 PM Villagio Pizzeria, 6922 N 102nd Cir
Ethnic Holiday Festival 2017 5 PM The Durham Museum, 801 S 10th St durhammuseum.org
Scott Keys 5 PM Growler USA, 162nd & Maple growlerusamaplecreek.com
Stuart Bay in 3D Art Opening 5 PM Gallery 72, 1806 Vinton St gallery72.com
First Friday Family Date Night - Winter Wonder Fun 5 PM Omaha Children’s Museum, 500 S 20th St ocm.org
Blackstone Krampus Krawl 6 PM Farnam House Brewing Company, 3558 Farnam St farnamhousebrewing.com
Holiday Caroling 6 PM Village Pointe Shopping Center villagepointeshopping.com
Art reception for Conrad Hinz & John Muñoz 6 PM Hot Shops Art Center, 1301 Nicholas St
A Day With(out) Art Video Screening 6 PM The Union for Contemporary Art, 2423 N 24th St u-ca.org
Santa Night 6 PM Holstein’s Harley-Davidson, 4940 S 72nd St holsteinsharley.com
Experience Christmas: An interactive experience 6 PM Omaha Kroc Center, 2825 Y St omahakroc.org
Annual Tree Lighting & Open House 6 PM El Museo Latino, 4701 S 25th St elmuseolatino.org
Lights of Aksarben - Cocoa with a Cop 6 PM Aksarben Village
Gallery Opening : Harley Mulford 6:30 PM (402) Arts Collective, 6051 Maple St 402artscollective.org
Julie Baker and Friends 7 PM Love’s Jazz & Art Center, 2510 N 24th St lovesjazzartcenter.org
Christmas Vacation movie 7 PM Hollywood Candy, 1209 Jackson St hollywoodcandy.com
Cameran Nelson 7 PM Bourbon Saloon, 311 S 15th St bourbonsaloonomaha.com
Lancers Game with Cody Elementary 7 PM Ralston Arena, 7300 Q St ralstonarena.com
Omaha Mavericks Hockey vs. St. Cloud State Huskies 7:07 PM Baxter Arena, 2425 S 67th St baxterarena.com
A Christmas Carol 7:30 PM Omaha Community Playhouse, 6915 Cass St omahaplayhouse.com
Brandon Santini 8 PM The B. Bar, 4330 Leavenworth St
Mississippi Jake 8 PM The Barley Street Tavern, 2735 N 62nd St barleystreet.com
The Radio Eclectic 8 PM The Nest Lounge, 2638 S 158th Plz
Don't Stop Believing 8:30 PM On The Q St Bar, 4821 Q St
The Winter Frost Over 9 PM Wired, 5338 N 103rd S wiredpub.com
Rhythm Collective 9 PM Harney Street Tavern, 1215 Harney St harneystreettavern.com
Joystick 9 PM Ozone Lounge, 7220 F St ozoneomaha.com
Wallking Wounded / Bad Dynamic / Wasted Highway / Blindheart 9 PM Dr Jack’s Drinkery, 3012 N 102nd St drjacksdrinkery.com
Elevate Dance Party 9 PM Reverb Lounge, 6121 Military Ave reverblounge.com
Whitney with NE-HI 9 PM The Waiting Room, 612 Maple St waitingroomlounge.com
Acoustic Night with Faded, ElectricRadBolt, & Cody Rathman 9 PM The Down Under Lounge, 3530 Leavenworth St thedownunderomaha.com
Lemon Fresh Day 9:20 PM Chrome Lounge, 8552 Park Dr chromeloungeomaha.com
Fun & Dance Party 9:30 PM Firewater Grille, 7007 Grover St firewatergrille.com
Drag Me Through The Decades 10 PM FLIXX Lounge, 1015 S 10th St flixxomaha.com
Ryan Menchaca and The Invisible Horses ~ Sires ~ Carl Miller 10 PM O’Leaver’s, 1322 S Saddlecreek Rd oleavers.com
Interrogated (Improv) 10 PM The Backline, 1618 Harney St backlinecomedy.com

Saturday, December 2

Event Time Location Info
UNO Men's Club Volleyball Open Tournament 8 AM UNO Wellness Center orgsync.com/75572/chapter
NULLify Capture The Flag 8:45 AM UNO College of IS&T ctf.nullify.uno
Holiday Market 10 AM Stinson Park omahaholidaymarket.org
Bruce Arant - Author Signing 11 AM Barnes & Noble, 7400 Dodge St, Ste 325 bn.com
CCA Choirs Christmas 12 PM The Durham Museum, 801 S 10th St durhammuseum.org
Holiday Beerfest 1 PM Crescent Moon Alehouse, 3578 Farnam St beercornerusa.com/crescentmoon
Chili Cookoff 2017 1 PM O’Leaver’s, 1322 S Saddlecreek Rd oleavers.com
Old Market Magician 2 PM Hollywood Candy, 1209 Jackson St hollywoodcandy.com
Holiday Harmony 2 PM Lauritzen Gardens, 100 Bancroft St lauritzengardens.org
Ballet Nebraska: The Nutcracker 2 PM Orpheum Theatre, 1200 Douglas St ticketomaha.com
Concert For National Monuments 3 PM Urban Abbey, 1026 Jackson St urbanabbeyomaha.com
Lights Walk - 5k and 10k 4 PM Landmark Building netrailblazers.club
Everyone practices the bubble blowing technique 4 PM Gene Leahy Mall Slides Spongebob Meme thing
OEAA Spoken Word Showcase 5 PM The Down Under Lounge, 3530 Leavenworth St thedownunderomaha.com
Annual Holiday LIghts Trolley Ride 5 PM Standing Bear Village, 144th & Huntington standingbearvillage.com
Wizard's Yule Ball 2017 6 PM Omaha Comfort Inn & Suites, 7007 Grover St britishfest.com
The Dinner Detective Omaha 6 PM DoubleTree by Hilton, 1616 Dodge St thedinnerdetective.com
Christmas Party! 6:30 PM Sozo Coffeehouse, 1314 Jones St sozoomaha.com
5-25-77 movie with Patrick Read Johnson live 7 PM Alamo Drafthouse, 12750 Westport Pkwy drafthouse.com
Alex Myers Gallery Talk 7 PM Project Project, 1818 Vinton St projectprojectomaha.com
Sweet Ascent 7 PM Lookout Lounge, 320 S 72nd St lookoutomaha.com
Omaha Jewish Film Festival: There are Jews Here 7 PM JCC Omaha, 333 S 132nd St jccomaha.org
Now That's A Metal Christmas 7 PM The Waiting Room, 612 Maple St waitingroomlounge.com
Heather Newman Band CD Release Party 7 PM Chrome Lounge, 8552 Park Dr chromeloungeomaha.com
Omaha Mavericks Hockey vs. St. Cloud State Huskies 7:07 PM Baxter Arena, 2425 S 67th St baxterarena.com
Thomas Rhett 7:30 PM CenturyLink Center centurylinkcenteromaha.com
Night of a Thousand Stars 8 PM Omaha Design Center, 1502 Cuming St nap.org
Kenny Rogers 8 PM Ralston Arena, 7300 Q St ralstonarena.com
Keiria Marsha and The Lovelutionists 8 PM Forte Music Hall, 4727 S 96th St
Seven Things I've Learned: An Evening with Ira Glass 8 PM Holland Center, 1200 Douglas St ticketomaha.com
Courtney Cronin-Dold (Standup) 8 PM The Backline, 1618 Harney St backlinecomedy.com
Greta Van Fleet 8 PM Sokol Auditorium and Underground, 2234 S 13th St sokolauditorium.com
A Benefit Concert to Support Suicide and Mental Health Awareness 8 PM Reverb Lounge, 6121 Military Ave reverblounge.com
Sailing in Soup 9 PM The Barley Street Tavern, 2735 N 62nd St barleystreet.com
Thomas Rhett concert after party! 9 PM Bourbon Saloon, 311 S 15th St bourbonsaloonomaha.com
3rd Annual Hogwarts Yule Ball 9 PM Il Palazzo, 5110 N 132nd St congregation-con.com
Chrissy + Just Jace + Vinculum 9 PM Bar 415, 415 Harney St
EckoPhonic 9 PM Ozone Lounge, 7220 F St ozoneomaha.com
Druids, Primal Waters, Deadbeat, Hallowed Oath 9 PM Dr Jack’s Drinkery, 3012 N 102nd St drjacksdrinkery.com
Horror Show: Christmas Evil 10 PM Alamo Drafthouse, 12750 Westport Pkwy drafthouse.com
Comedy After Dark 10 PM The Backline, 1618 Harney St backlinecomedy.com
Dirt House ~ Lodgings ~ Son, Ambulance 10 PM O’Leaver’s, 1322 S Saddlecreek Rd oleavers.com

Sunday, December 3

Event Time Location Info
UNO Men's Club Volleyball Open Tournament 10 AM UNO Wellness Center orgsync.com/75572/chapter
Wells Fargo Family Festival 12 PM Downtown Omaha
Christmas in Germany 12 PM German-American Society, 3717 S 120th St germanamericansociety.org
For Victims Of Togolese Government Repression. 12 PM Scando Hall, 7575 Crown Point Ave
The Grande Finale 12 PM The Durham Museum, 801 S 10th St durhammuseum.org
The Rooftop Rink Opening Weekend! 1 PM Turner Park
Secret Kindness Agents Tying Scarves to Trees 1 PM Gene Leahy Mall
Showcase for Toys for Tots 1 PM Omaha Ballroom, 5038 S 153rd St omahaballroom.com
CSM vs UNO Exhibition Game 1 PM Baxter Arena, 2425 S 67th St baxterarena.com
Local Author Afternoon 1 PM Barnes & Noble, 7400 Dodge St, Ste 325 bn.com
Conservative-Liberal Dialogues 2 PM First Unitarian Church, 3114 Harney St firstuuomaha.org
Omaha Holiday Lights Festival with Emily Masters 3 PM Omaha Public Library, 215 S 15th St
Turn it Up 6 PM Reverb Lounge, 6121 Military Ave reverblounge.com
Soundscapes: Gimme Shelter 6:30 PM Alamo Drafthouse, 12750 Westport Pkwy drafthouse.com
TCB Band 7 PM Sozo Coffeehouse, 1314 Jones St sozoomaha.com
Mark Olson 7 PM The Waiting Room, 612 Maple St waitingroomlounge.com
Full Moon Ride 7 PM Omaha Bicycle Co, 6015 Maple St omahabicycleco.com
Matisyahu & Common Kings 7:30 PM Slowdown, 729 N 14th St theslowdown.com
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2017.06.17 18:30 lobotomyjones A list of apocalyptic/ post-apocalyptic books.

After the Alternate History books list, here is a list of apocalyptic/post-apocalyptic books. Efforts have been made to make this list as comprehensive as possible, incorporating some lessons learned from the previous list.
Here are some features of the list:
So a typical book description would look like this:
Author Name
  • Book Name
    (Publication Year) (Number of pages) (Average Goodreads Rating), and followed by f if there are fewer than 50 ratings, and if it is a series, then series name and details of the number of books.
    Followed by short description of the book.
With all that said, (on a personal note) here is what is not included in the list:
  • Anthologies mostly miss out, and so does manga as I have only read a couple of them. I read a manga for the first time a few months back. It boggled my mind as to why anything was not making any sense. It turned out I was reading it from left to right. So I think someone else should publish a list of all the awesome manga in the future, as I don't consider myself qualified to do so at all.
  • Graphic novels also miss out, bar a few that make their way here just for being on my original list.
  • Young adult novels published in the last two decades or so get minimum inclusion.
I am sure many will say that such and such book should be included. I understand. Just mention it in the comments and it will be there for everyone to see.
With all that out of the way, here's the list.

Note: This is a very long list. So it would be continued in the comments.

A. Bertram Chandler
  • The Hamelin Plague
    (1963) (126) (3.25)f
    Huge mutants - half rat, half man - began to take over the world, stealing children for slaves and destroying their population.
Adam Baker
  • Outpost (Outpost #1), total 4 books in the series.
    (2011) (388) (3.64)
    A skeleton crew of 15 is working on a derelict refinery platform moored in the Arctic Ocean when apocalypse ends the world.
Adam Nevill
  • Lost Girl
    (2015) (448) (3.71)
    It’s 2053 and climate change has left billions homeless and starving. In the midst of all the chaos, a father searches for his 6 year old daughter who was snatched by someone two years ago.
Adam Roberts
  • The Snow
    (2004) (360) (3.22)
    The snow lies three miles thick across the whole earth. 6 billion people have died. Perhaps 150,000 survive. The world needs rebuilding. But then the lies start. This is an unusually low rated book for Adam Roberts, who otherwise is quiet good.
Adrian J. Walker
  • The End of the World Running Club
    (2014) (355) (3.87)
    An asteroid strike has ruined the planet. A 35 year old overweight slob, under-performing husband and reluctant father (so, a redittor then?) must run across the U. K. to reunite with his family.
Alan Moore
  • Watchmen
    (1987) (416) (4.35)
    This one has a religious following. Someone is killing the Superheroes and is planning something much worse.
Alan Weisman
  • The World Without Us
    (2007) (324) (3.79)
    What would the Earth look like if all of us drank the kool-aid together? Alan Weisman envisions our Earth, without us. This one is a must read book.
Alastair Reynolds
  • Terminal World
    (2009) (490) (3.69)
    Reynolds is one of my favorite authors. In this steampunk novel, Spearpoint is the last human city of an atmosphere-piercing spire of vast size.
Aldous Huxley
  • Ape and Essence
    (1948) (222) (3.76)
    It’s the year 2108, and it is over a century since the world was devastated by nuclear war, but the blight of radioactivity and disease still gnaws away at the survivors. This book is not a straight up PA fiction though, but the apocalyptic scenario serves as a background while Huxley discusses war, religion and politics among other things.
Alex Adams
  • White Horse (White Horse #1), total 2 books in the series.
    (2012) (306) (3.48)
    The world has ended, but the 30 year old Zoe’s journey has just begun.
Alex Scarrow
  • Last Light (Last Light #1), total 2 books in the series.
    (2007) (402) (3.93)
    A post-apocalyptic novel about peak oil, set in present day England. A family’s life (and everyone else’s) start to unravel when oil supply to the world suddenly stops. Some political ideas were weird, but it’s a good read.
Alexander Key
  • The Incredible Tide
    (1970) (159) (3.62)
    After 5 years alone on a rocky island not knowing if anyone else survived the holocaust, a 17-year-old boy is rescued and finds his troubles are only beginning.
Alexander Kluge
  • Learning Processes With a Deadly Outcome
    (1996) (128) (3.68)f
    Earth has been almost totally destroyed following the catastrophic Black War. The planet’s remaining inhabitants have been driven underground or into space where the struggle to establish a new society rages on.
Alexandra Oliva
  • The Last One
    (2016) (304) (3.66)
    12 contestants are sent into the woods to face challenges that will test the limits of their endurance for a reality show. While they are out there, something terrible happens—but how widespread is the destruction, and has it occurred naturally or is it human-made? Cut off from society, the contestants know nothing of it.
Alfred Coppel
  • Dark December
    (1960) (208) (3.62)f
    An air force Major and few other people are left after the nuclear war that started WW-III. After firing the nuclear weapons from his plane, the Major starts his journey home in search of his family.
Algis Budrys
  • Some Will Not Die
    (2001) (224) (3.47)
    90% of earth’s population is dead because of the plague. But the survivors slowly start rebuilding the world, generation by generation.
Ali Shaw
  • The Trees
    (2016) (488) (3.77)
    The trees take over the world.
Alistair Beaton
  • A Planet for the President
    (2004) (368) (3.64)
    An apocalyptic satire where the advisors of a not so intelligent American President (huh?) convince him to use biological weapons to cull the planet of excessive human population.
Andre Norton
  • Star Man's Son, 2250 A.D.
    (1951) (253) (4.02)
    Two centuries after an atomic war on earth, a silver-haired mutant sets out on a dangerous search for a lost city of the ruined civilization. This one is a classic of the genre.
  • Sea Siege
    (1957) (224) (3.77)
    There is a nuclear war. And then the mutated sea creatures try to take over the world.
  • Breed to Come
    (1972) (285) (3.87)
    Men flee their polluted planet, leaving behind a virus born from experimentation. Yet, the animals of the planet thrive. Each generation is more intelligent than the last. In the future, a vast band of The People, try to master the works of men. And they learn that the demons (as men were called) were not legendary but real. Then one day a spaceship lands. (Don’t let your cat read this book).
  • No Night Without Stars
    (1975) (223) (3.74)
    In a world nearly destroyed by a cataclysmic natural disaster, a young metalsmith leaves his people to seek out some of the ancient skills and knowledge. (And discovers a pager that’s somehow still working, throws it away, and goes back home. I might have made that up).
Andrew McGahan
  • Underground
    (2006) (304) (3.73)
    A future where Canberra (the boring capital city of Australia) has been laid to nuclear waste, the Yanks have taken over the town and political opportunism abounds.
Andrez Bergen
  • Tobacco-Stained Mountain Goat
    (2011) (234) (3.94)
    We go to Melbourne, Australia - the only city left standing, and the narrator who has a story to share.
Angela Carter
  • Heroes and Villains
    (1969) (160) (3.64)
    After the apocalypse the world is neatly divided. Rational civilization rests with the Professors in their steel and concrete villages; marauding tribes of Barbarians roam the surrounding jungles; mutilated Out People inhabit the burnt scars of cities. This is a post-apocalyptic novel with romance as the central plot.
Ann Aguirre
  • Enclave (Razorland #1), total 4 books in the series so far.
    (2011) (259) (3.92)
    YA. This is a story of two young people in an apocalyptic world--facing dangers, and feelings, unlike any they've ever known. Often compared to Hunger Games, but some of my online friends swear it’s not like it. And not in a bad way.I need new friends.
Anna Kavan
  • Ice
    (1967) (158) (3.84)
    The narrator of the book, and a man known as the warden, search for an elusive girl in a frozen, seemingly post-nuclear world. This is a good book, apparently written while being high as a kite.
  • Mercury
    (1995) (200) (3.82)f
    The narrative is projected like a series of dream sequences, enigma, and illusion intertwined in the mound of Kafka. Kavan has fashioned a landscape similar to Ice—apocalyptic, compelling, coked-up, unforgettable.
Antonio Porta
  • The King of the Storeroom
    (1992) (149) (4.50)f
    An old man - who lives in a storeroom - tells the history of pre and post-apocalyptic world through diary entries and letters, for food.
Archie Weller
  • Land of the Golden Clouds
    (1998) (378) (3.21)f
    Set in Australia 3000 years into the future, an unlikely band of travellers from different civilizations join forces to defeat a common enemy. To do this however, they must first overcome their own prejudices while traversing a vast, irradiated continent.
Ardath Mayhar
  • The World Ends in Hickory Hollow
    (1985) (172) (3.64)
    The bombs fell and ended the Western civilization, but the residents of Hickory Hollow, Texas, were already self reliant. And when raiders started to come, the residents decided to take action.
Arkady Strugatsky
  • Roadside Picnic
    (1972) (209) (4.21)
    The protagonist ventures illegally into the Zone to collect the mysterious artifacts that the alien visitors left scattered around. But when he and his friend go into the Zone together to pick up a “full empty,” something goes wrong. Written by the two brothers, Arkady and Boris Strugatsky.
Arno Schmidt
  • Nobodaddy's Children: Scenes from the Life of a Faun, Brand's Heath, Dark Mirrors
    (1963) (256) (4.21)
    Three novels in one book where, the third one - Dark Mirrors - is set in a post-apocalyptic world. This is a literary work.
  • The Egghead Republic
    (1957) (164) (4.11)
    A journalist in the year 2008 travels across the hominid zone, a post-nuclear wasteland in the western United States, to visit IRAS (the International Republic of Artists and Scientists). (IRAS, not IRS. Nobody would cross a wasteland to visit the IRS).
Arnold Federbush
  • Ice!
    (1978) (320) (3.37)f
    Ice age arrives and it achieves its peak in months, rather than centuries.
Arthur C. Clarke
  • The Hammer of God
    (1993) (264) (3.63)
    In the year 2110, a meteor that could annihilate civilization is hurtling towards Earth. A starship Captain and his crew must race against time to redirect the meteor form its deadly collision course. Yes, very similar to the movie Armageddon and Deep Impact. (Armageddon was not that bad, okay?)
  • Richter 10
    (1996) (416) (3.46)
    A race to avert a massive earthquake: the apocalyptic "big one" that threatens to send California sliding off into the Pacific Ocean. Co-authored by Mike McQuay.
  • Childhood's End
    (1953) (224) (4.09)
    A classic of the genre. Aliens arrive and by controlling all the cities of the Earth for 50 years, they end every problems affecting humanity, and then a new age of humanity begins. (I didn’t like this book).
Arthur Herzog III
  • The Swarm
    (1974) (260) (3.06)
    It’s the bees… the bees… Bees are attacking and killing people all over the US.
Barbara Siegel
  • The Burning Land (Firebrats #1), total 4 books in the incomplete series.
    (1987) (152) (3.86)
    YA. Fire Brats is a series set in the aftermath of World War 3. It follows the struggles of two teenagers to escape a nuclear-bombed city and find their families.
Ben Bova
  • Test of Fire
    (1982) (319) (3.26)
    Most of the earth’s population is wiped out by a solar flare. And survivors on the lunar settlement need to obtain fissionable fuel from earth to go on with their existence. (totally selfish bunch of people, if you ask me).
Ben Elton
  • Stark
    (1989) (496) (3.62)
    Stark is a secret consortium with more money than God, and the social conscience of a dog on a croquet lawn and it knows the Earth is dying. Deep in Western Australia where the Aboriginals used to milk the trees, a planet-sized plot is taking shape. Some green freaks pick up the scent. Elton is a very good writer.
  • This Other Eden
    (1993) (400) (3.70)
    Selling self-contained houses seemed like a logical step when environmental catastrophes loom on a global level. But some oppose the idea saying the units are making everyone complacent against the threat. So the businessman who sells those houses concocts a plan.
Ben H. Winters
  • The Last Policeman (The Last Policeman #1), total 3 books in the series.
    (2012) (316) (3.76)
    A whodunit trilogy based while an asteroid is about to strike the Earth in six months and destroy everything.
Ben Tripp
  • Rise Again (Rise Again #1), total 2 books in the series so far.
    (2010) (371) (3.89)
    A disease-stricken horde of panicked refugees fleeing the fall of Los Angeles swarms a small town in California. The town’s female Sheriff’s kid sister had run away from home before the zombies started coming. Now she must find her missing sister against all odds.
Benjamin Percy
  • The Dead Lands
    (2015) (608) (3.45)
    A post-apocalyptic reimagining of the Lewis and Clark saga, a super flu and nuclear fallout has made a husk of the world we know. A small group sets out in secrecy to reunite their Sanctuary with other pockets of civilization. (Not bad, but I expected more from this book).
Benjamin Warner
  • Thirst
    (2016) (304) (2.84)
    Thirst takes place in the immediate aftermath of a mysterious disaster—a couple and their neighbors suffer the effects of the heat, their thirst, and the terrifying realization that no one is coming to help. (So, Flint?)
Bernard Beckett
  • Genesis
    (2006) (150) (3.85)
    This short novel raises some philosophical questions about living in a world destroyed by calamity.
Bernard Malamud
  • God's Grace
    (1982) (240) (3.57)
    Yes, Malamud’s last book was a post-apocalyptic tale. Only the protagonist survives the Devastation. He finds himself shipwrecked with an experimental chimpanzee capable of speech. Soon other creatures appear on their island - baboons, chimps, five apes, and a lone gorilla. The protagonist, a rabbi’s son, works hard to make it possible for God to love His creation again, and his hopes increase as he encounters the unknown and the unforeseen in this strange new world.
Bill Dolan
  • Afrikorps (Afrikorps #1), total 6 books in the series
    (1991) (249) (4.00)f
    The year is 2175 and the earth has succumbed to the detrimental effects of greenhouse gasses. Decades after the terrible cataclysm razed the Earth, bold survivors struggle to reclaim the world from mutants and marauders. The boldest of all are the Afrikorps.
Brian Aldiss
  • Hothouse
    (1962) (309) (3.65)
    Millions of years from now, the boughs of a colossal banyan tree covers one face of the globe. The last remnants of humanity are fighting for survival, terrorized by the carnivorous plants and the grotesque insect life.
  • Greybeard
    (1964) (237) (3.53)
    A story of a group of people in their fifties who face the fact that there is no younger generation coming to replace them. Yes, this was written way before P.D. James’ book Children of Men which has an almost identical plot. Greybeardsuffers from a slow second half though.
  • Barefoot in the Head
    (1969) (237) (3.38)
    When an undeclared Acid Head War breaks out, Britain is the first to be devastated by psychedelic drugs, which distort the minds of thousands of civilians into extreme terror or extreme joy. When the warped citizens of Europe proclaim the protagonist of the book their hero, he finds himself leading an unfathomable crusade in a devastated world.
Brian Ball
  • The Night of the Robots
    (1972) (194) (3.12)f
    From beneath the Earth's shattered crust, the Black Army wakes up to march against the universe.
Brian Evenson
  • Immobility
    (2012) (256) (3.70)
    In a post-apocalyptic world, a man who has lost his memory is wakened and told that his services are required. Evenson is an underrated writer.
Brian Keene
  • The Rising (The Rising #1), total 2 books in the series
    (2003) (321) (3.77)
    A father trying to find his son in a zombie ravaged world.
  • The Conqueror Worms (The Earthworm Gods #1), total 2 books in the series
    (2005) (326) (3.85)
    Unrelenting rains flood the cities and brings something from deep under the earth onto the surface – giant worms.
  • Darkness on the Edge of Town
    (2008) (264) (3.61)
    One morning the residents of Walden, Virginia, woke up to find the rest of the world gone.
Brian K. Vaughan
  • Y: The Last Man (Y: The Last Man #1), total 10 books in the series
    (2003) (128) (4.12)
    Unemployed escape artist Yorick Brown is seemingly the only male human left alive after a mysterious plague kills all Y-chromosome carriers on earth. He is accompanied by his companion, a testy male monkey Ampersand. This graphic novel series is very popular.
Brian Lumley
  • The Burrowers Beneath (Titus Crow #1), total 8 books in the series
    (2003) (321) (3.77)
    Planet’s original rulers are resurfacing.
Bruce Sterling
  • Heavy Weather
    (1994) (310) (3.68)
    Forty years from now, Earth's climate has been drastically changed by the greenhouse effect. Tornadoes of almost unimaginable force roam the open spaces of Texas. A group of tornado chasers predict through computer modeling that soon an "F-6" will strike -- a tornado of an intensity that exceeds any existing scale; a storm so devastating that it may never stop.
Cameron Stracher
  • The Water Wars
    (2011) (240) (3.20)
    A future where water is more precious than gold or oil and worth killing for. This is actually a YA book. Excellent and relevant premise, but the book is not so good.
Caroline Stevermer
  • River Rats
    (1992) (320) (3.45)
    Another YA. Mississippi is a toxic brown river. And the paddle wheeler is run by the River Rats, a troop of orphans who survived the Flash, a nuclear holocaust. When the Rats rescue a stranger from the river, all the troubles of the old world suddenly threaten to end their travels forever.
Carolyn See
  • Golden Days
    (1986) (208) (3.45)
    The rich and powerful of New York are enjoying their "Golden days", until a nuclear disaster occurs. Apocalypse serves as a background tool here. Not a straight up PA novel. (In other words, it’s a literary book).
Carrie Ryan
  • The Forest of Hands and Teeth (The Forest of Hands and Teeth #1), total 3 books in the series.
    (2009) (310) (3.59)
    A YA book series with a female protagonist and zombies.
Cecilia Holland
  • Floating Worlds
    (1976) (544) (3.48)
    2000 years in the future, runaway pollution has made the Earth uninhabitable except in giant biodomes. The society is an anarchy, with disputes mediated through the Machiavellian Committee for the Revolution.
Charles de Lint
  • Svaha
    (1989) (300) (3.86)
    A Native American protagonist traverses a fantasy addled and a long destroyed world.
Charles Einstein
  • The Day New York Went Dry
    (1964) (160) (3.33)f
    It’s 1967 and the final water shortage has begun to turn New York into a concrete wasteland. (And the writer’s name? Charles Einstein).
Charles Eric Maine
  • Survival Margin
    (1968) (192) (3.07)f
    Worst plague in human history. Government goes underground. Emergency measures to counter epidemic: Don't travel, don't mix. Millions surrender to incinerators. Britain goes into deep freeze.
  • The Tide Went Out
    (1958) (192) (3.17)f
    From the very core of the Earth itself a savage drought attacks mankind.
Charles L. Fontenay
  • The Day the Oceans Overflowed
    (1964) (128) (3.57)f
    To solve the population explosion, governments of the World plan to open up an entire new continent by slowly melting the Polar Regions with atomic heat. It goes as smoothly as can be expected of such ideas.
Charles Pellegrino
  • Dust
    (1998) (464) (3.83)
    In Long Island, insects are disappearing and the ecological repercussions are being felt.
  • The Killing Star
    (1995) (340) (3.82)
    The aliens have attacked. Now all that is left of humanity is a handful of survivors hiding between the planets in mobile space research facilities and experimental habitats - a small, terrified remnant of civilization struggling to make some sense of the catastrophe that has obliterated their past and future while searching desperately for a means of escape before the Intruders' doomsday technology can detect and destroy them. Co-authored by George Zebrowski.
Charles Sheffield
  • Aftermath (Supernova Alpha #1), total 2 books in the series
    (1998) (574) (3.47)
    In 2026, the Alpha Centauri supernova rushes the Earth toward its last summer. Floods, fires, starvation, and disease paralyze the planet. In a blue aurora flash of gamma rays, all microchips worldwide are destroyed, leaving an already devastated Earth without communications, transportation, weaponry, or medicine.
Charlie Higson
  • The Enemy (The Enemy #1), total 7 books in the series, so far.
    (2009) (407) (4.08)
    YA. Everyone over the age of fourteen has succumbed (hell yeah, no school) to a deadly zombie virus and now the kids must keep themselves alive.
Charlie Hudson
  • Sleepness
    (2010) (368) (3.66)
    A plague of sleeplessness.
Chelsea Quinn Yarbro
  • False Dawn
    (1978) (228) (3.44)
    In a brutal and wasted world the only law is survival at any cost. As armed packs of outlaws called Pirates roam the earth, two desperate people struggle to learn there is more to life than just survival.
Chris Adrian
  • The Children's Hospital
    (2006) (615) (3.59)
    A hospital is preserved, afloat, after the Earth is flooded beneath seven miles of water. Inside, assailed by mysterious forces, doctors and patients are left to remember the world they've lost and to imagine one to come. (This book was unnecessarily long).
Christopher Anvil
  • The Day the Machines Stopped
    (1964) (-NA-) (3.25)f
    All electrical energy was destroyed on the earth. Planes, cars, rockets, machinery of all kinds became useless (Yes, the toaster too). Then ruthless leaders began to emerge, seeking a way to gain control of the almost helpless population.
Christopher Hinz
  • Liege-Killer (Paratwa Saga #1), total 3 books in the series.
    (1987) (480) (4.18)
    Overlook the awful cover designs (especially the half naked males in weird poses on book #2 are a site to behold), and enjoy the books. It’s two hundred years since Earth was devastated by nuclear war.The genetically engineered Paratwa assassins, the humans of orbiting Earth colonies are at peace, until a series of murders reveal the reemergence of the Paratwa.
Christopher Priest
  • Indoctrinaire
    (1970) (160) (3.19)
    A tale of a future world where the Amazon forests have been cleared, the population has been decimated by a major war, and where the air itself contains deadly, mind-distorting compounds. (This was not his best, to be quite honest).
  • Fugue For a Darkening Island
    (1972) (125) (3.25)
    War has devastated the African continent. Millions of homeless, hungry refugees have fled to other lands. In England, as more and more Africans arrive and set up communities, normal life soon begins to disintegrate, with the entire population irrevocably factionalized into the Afrims and their supporters; the right-wing government and its supporters; and the ever-growing British civilian refugee group, ousted from its communities by the Afrims. Be warned, it’s a dated book.
  • The Inverted World
    (1974) (310) (3.89)
    The city is winched along tracks through a devastated land full of hostile tribes. Rails must be freshly laid ahead of the city and carefully removed in its wake. Rivers and mountains present nearly insurmountable challenges to the ingenuity of the city's engineers. But if the city does not move, it will fall farther and farther behind the optimum and into the crushing gravitational field that has transformed life on Earth. Do yourself a favor and read this book.
Chuck Hogan
  • The Strain (The Strain Trilogy #1), total 3 books in the series
    (2009) (403) (3.77)
    Co-written by Guillermo del Toro. They have always been here. Vampires. Nesting and feeding. In secret and in darkness. Waiting. Now their time has come. In one week, Manhattan will be gone. In three months, the country. In six months, the world.
Claire Vaye Watkins
  • Gold Fame Citrus
    (2015) (339) (3.29)
    A tale set in a parched southern California of the near future.
Clifford D. Simak
  • A Heritage of Stars
    (1977) (215) (3.61)
    Thousands of years into the future man has completely destroyed a technology-based society and lives a tribal existence, worshipping the 'brain'-cases of long-rusted robots. A few pockets of knowledge remain, and a young boy lives in one such university. After reading a fable in an ancient manuscript, he sets out on a long odyssey to find out if the legend is true.
  • Cemetery World
    (1972) (159) (3.66)
    Ravaged 10,000 years earlier by war, Earth was reclaimed by its space-dwelling offspring as a planet of landscaping and tombstones. None of them fully human, a trio journeys through this dead world, discovering human traits and undertaking a quest to rebuild a human world on Earth.
Colin Wilson
  • The Desert (Spider World #1), total 6 books in the series.
    (1988) (163) (4.02)
    The Death Lord spiders rule the Earth, herding humans like cattle. A few tribes of free men and women dwell in the desert, hiding underground. A young warrior begins an epic search for the secrets of the spiders, which might give humanity a fighting chance against the overlords. (A perfect gift for someone with arachnophobia).
Colleen McCullough
  • A Creed for the Third Millennium
    (1985) (464) (3.27)
    America is a cold and ravaged place, a nation devastated by despair and enduring winter. In a small New England city, a senior government official finds the man she has been seeking: a deliverer of hope; whom she can mold, manipulate and carry to undreamed-of heights.
Colson Whitehead
  • Zone One
    (2010) (259) (3.25)
    Literary zombie fiction. Yes, you read that right.
Conrad Williams
  • The Unblemished
    (2006) (347) (3.72)
    Zombie tale set in London.
  • One
    (2009) (363) (3.42)
    A man searches for his son in a destroyed United Kingdom.
Cormac McCarthy
  • The Road
    (2006) (241) (3.95)
    A touching story of a father and his son who walk alone through burned America where punctuation marks didnt survive and nothing moves in the ravaged landscape, save the ash on the wind. This one is a must read.
Craig Harrison
  • The Quiet Earth
    (1981) (272) (3.47)
    A geneticist wakes one morning to find his watch stopped at 6.12. The streets are deserted, there are no signs of life or death anywhere, and every clock he finds has stopped at 6.12. Is he the last person left on the planet?
Crawford Kilian
  • Icequake
    (1979) (243) (3.66)f
    When thirteen million cubic kilometers of icecap slide into the sea, and famine and flood break down civil order, the survivors at the remote New Shackleton Station on the Antarctic icecap know that rescue is impossible.
  • Tsunami
    (1984) (218) (3.50)f
    For San Francisco, a battleground in the wake of a monstrous tidal wave, two scientists are the only hope, as long as the Tsunami does not come again.
D. B. Drumm
  • First You Fight (Traveler #1), total 13 books in the series.
    (1984) (192) (3.75)f
    Fifteen years after doomsday, survival is a vicious game. Nobody plays it better than… Traveler. He sells his services to the highest bidder. He kills as easily as he blinks an eye. (wtf?)
D. Keith Mano
  • The Bridge
    (1973) (192) (3.23)f
    In the near future humanity has tired of its miserable life so much that a fanatical government decides to give earth back to nature (always a bad plan). While the rest of humanity is either committing suicide or being killed by fanatics, the hero struggles overland toward his home village, not really knowing what awaits him there.
D. F. Jones
  • Don't Pick the Flowers
    (1971) (237) (3.07)f
    Okay, it’s worth to read the synopsis of this book in its entirety. A scientist reports to a stunned world: "The whole earth may be shrivelling up like a punctured balloon." The flight from cities at high altitudes--whose nitrogen gas accidentally released from the earth's core is gathering to cause mass death--to the coastlines creates political chaos and violent anarchy. But worse is in store for mankind--for the coastline holds only temporary haven. The great oceans of the world are about to deliver destruction on a scale never before envisioned even in nightmares of nuclear holocaust. Two men and two women in a flimsy yacht in the Pacific may hold the key to the earth's survival. (I wonder if the key is literal. “Here’s the key. Stop this shit already.”) Not making fun of the author though, Jones wrote a really good science fiction novel Colossus where a super computer controls the world.
Dan Wells
  • The Partials (The Partials Sequence #1), total 3 books in the series
    (2012) (468) (3.94)
    YA. Humanity is all but extinguished after a war with Partials—engineered organic beings identical to humans—has decimated the population. Reduced to only tens of thousands by a weaponized virus to which only a fraction of humanity is immune, the survivors in North America have huddled together on Long Island. But 16 year old Kira is determined to find a solution. Kids these days, right?
Daniel F. Galouye
  • Dark Universe
    (1961) (154) (3.72)
    The survivors live underground, as far from the Original World as possible and protected from radiation. Then terrible monsters that bring with them a screaming silence (I hate oxymoron) are seen and people start to disappear. One young man realizes he must question the nature of Darkness itself.
Daniel H. Wilson
  • Robopocalypse (Robopocalypse #1), total 2 books in the series so far
    (2011) (347) (3.67)
    Our everyday machinery rises against us. Told in interviews (think World War Z with robots instead of zombies), this book will remind you to treat your smartphone with respect, lest someday it might come to life and kill you. You can totally abuse your Windows phones though; they are outcast even in the machine universe.
Daniel Keys Moran
  • The Armageddon Blues
    (1988) (226) (4.05)
    Jalian, a silver-eyed huntress (oh my) from 700 years in the future, travels back to the 20th century in an attempt to save her world from the ravages of nuclear destruction.
Daniel Walther
  • The Book of Shai
    (1984) (160) (2.91)f
    When Earth's axis tilted, a fiercer new world was born. (What’s that? The Earth is actually tilted? It’s flat, dummy.)
David Alexander
  • Dark Messiah (Phoenix #1), total 6 books in the series.
    (1987) (224) (2.79)f
    After the nuclear holocaust was over -- the real killing began.
David Bowman
  • Bunny Modern
    (1998) (224) (3.58)
    In the near future, electricity has vanished and most couples are infertile--creating the need for gun- toting warrior-nannies to protect the few infants still being born.
David Brin
  • The Postman
    (1985) (323) (3.87)
    Kevin Costner is the Postman and he is being chased by your dog. In unrelated news, this is a classic of post-apocalyptic fiction. The protagonist - a wanderer - trades tales for food and shelter in the dark and savage aftermath of a devastating war. One day he borrows the jacket of a long-dead postal worker to protect himself from the cold. The uniform still has power as a symbol of hope, and with it he begins to weave his greatest tale, of a nation on the road to recovery.
David Crawford
  • Lights Out
    (2005) (456) (4.06)
    Kevin Costner is the Postman and this time he creeps into your home when lights are out to avoid the dog. In unrelated news, this novel was first published online. The novel examines how normal Americans might cope with a true national disaster shutting down the nation’s electrical grid and follows the downward spiral created by such an event.
David Graham
  • Down to a Sunless Sea
    (1979) (352) (3.91)
    Captain Jonah Scott fills his plane, the Delta Tango, with 600 passengers bound for London. But while these people are in the air nuclear holocaust happens. Now these are the only people left on earth. They must search for a safe place to land. This one is a classic.
David Hewson
  • Solstice
    (1999) (480) (3.23)
    As the millennium approaches, the climate on Earth is getting progressively hotter, a phenomenon which makes scientists and others extremely nervous. Unease quickly turns to panic when Air Force One is successfully downed, key communications networks are disrupted, and the world's financial institutions are pushed to the brink of collapse.
David Mitchell
  • Cloud Atlas
    (2004) (509) (4.01)
    Although I said at the beginning that I won’t add short-stories/ anthologies, I am including this here just to avoid 25 different people asking me in the comments “Where’s Cloud Atlas?”. That aside, this is a good read. And its synopsis is quite long so I am only going to include most relevant line here - a story set in a post-apocalyptic Iron Age Hawaii in the last days of history.
David Moody
  • Autumn (Autumn #1), total 6 books in the series so far.
    (2010) (308) (3.67)
    After 99% of the population of the planet is killed in less than 24 hours, for the very few who have managed to stay alive, things are about to get much worse. Animated by "phase two" of some unknown contagion, the dead begin to rise. (Moody’s books are a hit or miss for me, actually.)
  • Hater (Hater #1), total 4 books in the series so far.
    (2006) (281) (3.65)
    I should mention that David Moody became a self-publishing sensation way before Hugh Howey came along. Hater tells the story of an everyman forced to contend with a world gone mad, as society is rocked by a sudden increase in violent assaults. Christened “Haters” by the media, the attackers strike without warning and seemingly without reason.
  • Straight to You
    (1996) (260) (4.00)
    The temperature around the world is rising by the hour with no sign of any respite. At this rate the planet will soon become uninhabitable; all life extinguished. In the midst of everything, a husband tries to reach his wife who is hundreds of miles away.
David Palmer
  • Emergence
    (1984) (291) (4.17)
    This is an underrated book. Candidia Maria Smith-Foster, an 11-year-old girl, is unaware that she's a Homo post hominem, mankind's next evolutionary step. One day a worldwide attack, featuring a bionuclear plague, wipes out virtually all of humanity (i.e., Homo sapiens). With her pet bird Terry, she survives the attack in the shelter beneath their house. Emerging three months later, she learns of her genetic heritage and sets off to search for others of her kind.
David Robbins
  • The Fox Run (Endworld #1), total 29 books in the series so far.
    (1986) (256) (3.89)
    As the descendants of the few survivors of the nuclear holocaust that leveled the earth struggle to rebuild a vanished civilization within the walls of The Home, savage barbarian trolls plot to plunder, ravage, and destroy their nascent world.
  • First Strike (Blade #1), total 13 books in the series so far.
    (1989) (-NA-) (4.17)f
    If you thought that 29 books in the Endworld series were too few, then look no further. This is a spin-off series consisting of another 13 books.
David Harry Walker
  • The Lord’s Pink Ocean
    (1972) (160) (3.43)f
    A story of two feuding families isolated in the last fertile valley of North America after the world's oceans have turned toxic and the lands grey with total death.
David Weber
  • Out of the Dark
    (2010) (381) (3.19)
    Aliens attack. Destroy most of the humanity, but then are thwarted. If H. G. Wells ate The War of the Worlds and vomited the half digested contents, this book will come out. David Weber is way better writer than this. Start with On Basilisk Station instead.
David Wellington
  • Monster Island (Monster Island #1), total 3 books in the series.
    (2004) (282) (3.59)
    Survival in a zombie infested world.
David Wong
  • John Dies at the End (John Dies at the End #1), total 3 books in the series.
    (2007) (469) (3.92)
    An otherworldly invasion is incoming. Only way to save humanity is to get high on a drug called Soy Sauce.
Davide Longo
  • The Last Man Standing
    (2010) (352) (3.74)
    Italy is on the brink of collapse: borders are closed, banks are refusing to distribute money to their clients, the postal service is shuttered, and food supplies are running short. Armed gangs of drug-fueled youth rampage through the countryside as the nation descends into chaos.

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