TALES OF SURVIVAL IN A POST-APOCALYPTIC AND ALIEN WASTELAND
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 Forrester chronicles his harrowing journey through a land riven by violence and superstition. The Post-Apocalyptic Tourist’s Guide is his story in six parts.
Available on Kindle, this series of stories covers each stage of Thursday’s struggle from award-winning, nationally best-selling authors, Stephen Lawson, David VonAllmen, Dustin Steinacker, Sean Patrick Hazlett, Jake Marley, and Philip Kramer with logo and cover art by award-winning illustrator Preston Stone.
You can learn more about The Post-Apocalyptic Tourist’s Guide Series below:
The Post-Apocalyptic Tourist’s Guide to the Mojave Desert: A Map
“People began to disappear into the great waste 30 years after the world ended. Tales of butchery, cannibalism, and ritualized sacrifice began to trickle into Las Vegas. No one knew who they were or why they were taking people. The sketch below was hastily scribbled by a young scout from the Blackhorse Regiment just before his death. It is the only evidence in existence of the death cults known as the People of the Sun.”— Thursday Forrester, The Post-Apocalyptic Tourist’s Guide to the Mojave Desert