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PostPosted: Mon Sep 06, 2010 8:19 pm 
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Second "Last of the Breed"... Read that one by accident, digging through dads books as a youngster and thought Louis LAmour, that means western, right? After about a dozen pages I was hooked...
Great and easy read...

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Already have 'The Death of Grass",which was the inspiration for "No Blade of Grass",as well as "Pulling Through", I also have Both editions of Ings' Ted Quantrell trilogy (Systemic Shock, Single Combat, Wild Lands). I have to look for the "Rackham Files". On the Ahearn front, I gorgot to mention his 1985 novel, "The Freeman", which takes place in a soviet occupied America.
Whats cool about Pulling Through was a dude having a pet Cheetah,does it get any better than that? 8)

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PostPosted: Thu Dec 30, 2010 5:56 pm 
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You "coined the term"?
Ah, Ok.
I've been collecting the genre for over 30 years myself.
The following is a few dozen titles short of being complete, but it has most of what I own.
I gave all those Deathlands, etc titles away...too juvenile for my tastes

A Canticle for Leibowitz Walter M. Miller, Jr
A Gift Upon the Shore M.K. Wren
A Heritage of Stars Clifford D. Simak
A Hunters Fire Floyd D. Dale
A Hymn Before Battle John Ringo
A meeting at Corvalis S.M. Stirling
A Sweet Sweet Summer Jane Gaskell
A Time for Dragons Gary Gentile
After the Bomb Gloria D. Miklowitz
After the Rain John Bowen
Aftermath Charles Sheffield
Aftershock Chuck Scarborough
Afterwar Janet Morris ( editor )
Against the Fall of Night Arthur C. Clarke
Against the Tide of Years S.M. Stirling
Alas, Babylon Pat Frank
The Alien Years Robert Silverberg
All Fools day Edmund Cooper
Alongside Night J. neil Schulman
Agviq Michael Armstrong
Among Madmen Jim Starlin, Daina Graziunas
The Andromeda Strain Michael Crichton
Ariel Steven R. Boyett
Armageddon 2419 A.D. Philip Francis Nowlan
Armageddon’s Children Terry Brooks
Armor John Steakley
Ashes Ashes Rene Barjavel
Atlantis Greg Donegan
Ballroom of the Skies John D. MacDonald
Beasts John Crowley
Between the Strokes of Night Charles Sheffield
Beyond Armageddon Walter M Miller Jr ( editor )
Beyond the Burning Lands John Christopher
The Black Death Gwyneth Cravens, John S. Marr
Black Monday Bob Reiss
Body Armor: 2000 Joe Haldeman ( editor )
Bone Dance Emma Bull
The Breaking Earth Keith Laumer
Califia’s Daughters Leigh Richards
Cally’s war John Ringo, Julie Cochrane
The Calling of Bara Sheila Sullivan
Carriers Patrick Lynch
Cataclysm :Day the World Died Don Pendleton
Chapterhouse Dune Frank Herbert
Chicago Red R.M. Meluch
Childhoods End Arthur C. Clarke
Children of Dune Frank Herbert
City of Illusions Ursula K. LeGuin
Conquistador S.M. Stirling
Costigan’s Needle Jerry Sohl
Countdown to Midnight H. Bruce Franklin ( editor)
The Country of the Blind Michael Flynn
Damnation Alley Roger Zelazny
Dark December Alfred Coppel
Darkening Island Christopher Priest
Davy Edgar Pangborn
Dawns Uncertain Light Neal Barrett, Jr
The Day After Doomsday Rena Vale
The Day New York Went Dry Charles Einstein
The Day the Oceans Overflowed-Charles L. Fontenay
The Day of the Drones A.M. Lightner
Daybreak-2250 A.D. Andre Norton
Dead Morn Piers Anthony, Roberto Fuentes
Deadly Image Edmund Cooper
Deathday William C. Dietz
Deep Fathom James Rollins
Deus Ex Machina J.V. Brummels
Dhalgren Samuel R. Delany
Dies the Fire S.M. Stirling
Domain James Herbert
Doomsday Fred Warshofsky
Down There in the Darkness George Turner
Down to a Sunless Sea David Graham
The Drought J.G. Ballard
The Drowned World J. G. Ballard
Dune Frank Herbert
Dust Charles Pellegrino
The Dying Leslie Horvitz
Earthrise William C. Dietz
Earth Winter Richard Moran
Earthwreck! Thomas N. Scortia
Ecotopia Emerging Ernest Callenback
The Edict Max Ehrlich
Empire Orson Scott Card
The Empire of Ice Richard Moran
The End of the Dream John Brunner
Erewhon Samuel Butler
Eternity Road Jack McDevitt
Evolutions Shore Ian McDonald
Exiles Trilogy Ben Bova
Exit Earth Martin Caidin
Fallen Angels Larry Niven, jerry Pournelle, Michael Flynn
False Dawn Chelsea Quinn Yarbro
Farnham’s Freehold Robert A. Heinlein
Fire Lance David Mace
Fireworks James A. Moore
The First to Awaken Granville Hicks
Footfall Larry Niven, Jerry Pournelle
Footprints of Thunder James F. David
The Forever Hero L.E. Modesitt, Jr
The Forever War Joe Haldeman
Future Primitive Kim Stanley Robinson ( editor )
The Gate to Women’s Country Sheri S. Tepper
Gorgon Child Steven Barnes
The Green Rain Paul Tabori
Greybeard Brian W. Aldiss
Gust Front John Ringo
The Harvest Robert Charles Wilson
Heat Arthur Herzog
Heavy Weather Bruce Sterling
Hell’s Faire John Ringo
Hello America J.G. Ballard
Here Abide Monsters Andre Norton
Heretics of Dune Frank Herbert
Hiero’s Journey Sterling E. Lanier
The Hot Zone Richard Preston
Ice Anna Kavan
Ice! Arnold Federbush
Ice and Iron Wilson Tucker
The Ice Schooner Michael Moorcock
Ice Quake Crawford Kilian
Ill Wind Kevin J. Anderson, Doug Beason
The Immortals Tracy Hickman
In The Drift Terry Carr ( editor )
Island in the Sea of Time S.M. Stirling
Iris William Barton. Michael Capobiango
Ironmaster Patrick Tilley
The Last Breath Eugene Carl Shaffer
The Last Hope of Earth Lan Wright
The Last Ship William Brinkley
The Last World War Dayton ward
Level 7 Mordecai Roshwald
Logans Run William F. Nolan, George Clayton Johnson
Logans World William F. Nolan
The Long Afternoon of Earth Brian Aldiss
The Long Tomorrow Leigh Brackett
Long Voyage Back Luke Rhinehart
The Long Winter John Christopher
Looking Backward Edward Bellamy
The Lost Continent Edgar Rice Burroughs
Lost Horizon James Hilton
Lucifers Hammer Larry Niven, Jerry Pournelle
Make Room! Make Room! Harry Harrison
Malevil Robert Merle
The Man Who Awoke Lawrence Manning
The Marked Man Charles Ingrid
The Martian Chronicles Ray Bradbury
Maximum Ice Kay Kenyon
Memories Mike McQuay
Mister Touch Malcom Bosse
Mockingbird Walter Tevis
Moonfall Jack McDevitt
Nature’s End Whitley Strieber, james Kunetka
Nerves Lester Del Ray
The Nitrogen Fix Hal Clement
No Room For man Ralph S. Clem, Martin Harry Greenberg (editors )
Not This August C.M. Kornbluth
The Nuclear Catastrophe Bett Pohnka, Barbara C. Griffin
O-Zone Paul Theroux
October the First is Too Late Fred Hoyle
On the Beach Nevil Shute
Orion Shall Rise Poul Anderson
Other Americas Norman Spinrad ( editor )
The Parasite War Tim Sullivan
The Past Through Tomorrow Robert A. Heinlein
The Peace War Vernor Vinge
People of the Sky Claire Bell
Perfect People Robert Lieberman
Phantom Regiments Robert Adams ( editor )
The Plague Albert Camus
Plague War Jeff Carlson
Plague Year Jeff Carlson
Pockets of Resistance Will Sundown
The Postman David Brin
Pulling Through Dean Ing
The Puppet Masters Robert A. Heinlein
Pure Blood Mike McQuay
The Purple Cloud M.P. Shiel
Queen City Jazz Kathleen Ann Goonan
Re-Birth John Wyndham
Red Alert Peter Bryant
Red Shadows Yvonne Navarro
Revolt in 2100 Robert A. Heinlein
Rings of Ice Piers Anthony
Riverworld series## Philip Jose Farmer
The Road Cormac McCarthy
The Ruins of Earth Thomas M. Disch ( editor )
Saint Leibowitz and the Wild Horse Woman-Walter M. Miller, Jr
The Scourge of God S.M. Stirling
The Sea is Boiling Hot George Bamber
The Sheep Look Up John Brunner
Shudder Child Warren C. Norwood
Single Combat Dean Ing
Some Will Not Die Aldis Budrys
The Steel, the Mist, and The Blazing Sun- Christopher Anvil
The Stone War Medline E. Robins
The Sunrise Lands S.M. Stirling
Supernova Roger MacBride, Eric Kotani
Survival 2000 series: James McPhee
Blood Quest
Frozen Fire
Renegade War
Survival Margin Charles Eric Maine
Survival World Frank Belknap Long
Survivors John Nahmlos
The Sword of the Spirits John Christopher
Thunder of Time James F. David
The Time Connection Thomas F. Monteleone
The Time of the Great Freeze Robert Silverberg
Time Storm Gordon R. Dickson
The Time Swept City Thomas F. Monteleone
Tomorrow! Philip Wylie
The Trinity Paradox* Kevin J Anderson, Doug Beason
Triumph Philip Wylie
Twilight of the City Charles Platt
Under the City of Angels Jerry Earl Brown
The Vampire Earth series E.E. Knight
Vandenberg Oliver Lange
Vault of the Ages Poul Anderson
Vector Henry Sutton
Voices of Hope David Feintuch
Voyage from Yesteryear James P. Hogan
Walden Two B.F. Skinner
Wanderer Donald E. McQuinn
War and Peace Stanley Schmidt ( editor )
War Day Whitley Strieber, James Kunetka
A War of Shadows Jack L. Chalker
Warrior Donald E. McQueen
Wastelands John Joseph Adams ( editor )
Watch the Rhine John Ringo, Tom Kratman
Waters of Death Irving A. Greenfield
The Way the World Ends James Morrow
When the Devil Dances John Ringo
When Worlds Collide Edwin Balmer, Philip Wylie
Where The Late Birds Sang Kate Wilhelm
Wild Country Dean Ing
The Wild Shore Kim Stanley Robinson
The Wind From Nowhere J.G. Ballard
Wintermind Marvin Kaye. Parke Godwin
Winters Daughter Charles Whitmore
Witch Donald E. McQuinn
Wolf and Iron Gordon R. Dickson
The Wounded Planet Roger Elwood, Virginia Kidd ( editors )
Year of the Cloud Ted Thomas, Kate Wilhelm
The Year of the Quiet Sun Wilson Tucker
Yellow Eyes John Ringo, Tom Kratman
8.4 Peter Hernon
40 Minute War Janet & Chris Morris
1633 ( and sequels ) Eric Flint
43,000 Years Later Horace Coon


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PostPosted: Sat Jan 01, 2011 12:22 pm 
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Too Cool, right now I'm reading "Beasts" by John Crowly. Interesting book so far. Some of the books you listed I have either read, or have heard of at some point. What really bothers me is some of the titles are so long out of print that getting a copy is almost impossible.
Right now my biggest obsession is tracking down a copy of "Jitterbug" by Mac Mcquay. I read the book when it came ot in 1983, but stupidly, I traded it in at a used book store.I have found some copies on Amazon, but the idoits there won't recognize my street address as legitimate. Now I'm stuck :(

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sandbagger wrote:
Some of the books you listed I have either read, or have heard of at some point. What really bothers me is some of the titles are so long out of print that getting a copy is almost impossible.
Right now my biggest obsession is tracking down a copy of "Jitterbug" by Mac Mcquay. I read the book when it came ot in 1983, but stupidly, I traded it in at a used book store.I have found some copies on Amazon, but the idoits there won't recognize my street address as legitimate. Now I'm stuck :(

I live in a city that has one of the largest used book sales in the nation twice a year:

http://www.booksale.org/

They tend to have a lot of stuff thats out of print. If there are particular titles you want and let me know when the sale draws closer, I can look for you as long as anything I get for you is compensated for cost and shipping.


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tc556guy wrote:
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Some of the books you listed I have either read, or have heard of at some point. What really bothers me is some of the titles are so long out of print that getting a copy is almost impossible.
Right now my biggest obsession is tracking down a copy of "Jitterbug" by Mac Mcquay. I read the book when it came ot in 1983, but stupidly, I traded it in at a used book store.I have found some copies on Amazon, but the idoits there won't recognize my street address as legitimate. Now I'm stuck :(

I live in a city that has one of the largest used book sales in the nation twice a year:

http://www.booksale.org/

They tend to have a lot of stuff thats out of print. If there are particular titles you want and let me know when the sale draws closer, I can look for you as long as anything I get for you is compensated for cost and shipping.
That sounds cool, I'll check the website first, see what jumps.Thanks for the offer to help, compensation goes without saying thought. 8)

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 10, 2011 4:40 pm 
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you guys may want to check out From Ashes Rise: A Novel of Michigan.

its pretty much right up our alley, goes along with survivalist, and of course its fiction.

http://www.amazon.com/Ashes-Rise-Novel-Michigan/dp/1419688316

I kinda know the guy that wrote it, but it is also a good read in a PAW setting.

***I checked Amazon, and for some reason they have 1 copy and the douche is selling it for $150 bucks.....I emailed the author to see if he has more copies for a realistic price, if you guys are interested in the book I will let you know what he says once he responds.

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Thanks for the heads up; I'll put that on my list. If you get get the author to sign a copy that would also be great. I'd be willing to go in on a purchase if enough folks want to order copies


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tc556guy wrote:
Thanks for the heads up; I'll put that on my list. I fyou get get the author to sign a copy that would also be great. I'd be willing to go in on a purchase if enough folks want to order copies



If he has copies left I'm sure I can get him to sign it for you. Hes a goalie friend of mine, and we also share the love of tattoos, so I am sure I could snag some auto'd copies.

I'm from MI, so that's part of why I love this book, but I have read it 3 times, and each time it has taken me 1 day. I get engrossed in it, and its a great story, and then all the sudden its 2am haha

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I think I've died and gone to heaven. You guys are sure bringing back the memories. I have been collecting PA fiction since 1978 when I as 8 and have amassed about 3000 PA books over the years. I was tricked into the whole genre by my mother who was looking to get me into reading and gave me my first PA book " The Stand" by King from then on I was hooked. For awhile I was trying to get a comprehensive list together but my other interests are taking up too much of my time right now. If I could find a good book database program I might give it a try again.

After reading all the great novels and series everyone mentioned I have been wracking my brain to think of a couple of gems that everyone might like. I did come up with a few :

Traveler Series : a series of post-apocalyptic novels written by multiple writers under the pseudonym D. B. Drumm
Outrider Series by Harding , Richard

Also try these books and authors :

Abbey, Lloyd. The Last Whales. New York: Grove Weidenfeld, 1989. London: Bantam, 1991. New York: Ballantine, 1991.
Nuclear winter and the end of humanity from the point of view of whales and dolphins. Filled with remarkably convincing details about the lives and deaths of sea mammals with very few human beings actually depicted. Killer whales share the role as villains with humans.

Ballard, J. G. Wrote a whole host of apocalyptic fiction including some of the classics of the genre.

Barrett, Neal. Dawn's Uncertain Light. New York: Signet, 1989.
Sequel to Through Darkest America. More brutal adventures in post-holocaust America, principal emphasis is on systematic cannibalism in the wake of the death of most animals.

Cook, Glen. The Heirs of Babylon. New York: Signet, 1972.
Ritual warfare is conducted at sea under the orders of the mysterious High Command long after a holocaust has shattered civilization. The original conflict began when the Russians responded to invasion by launching their atomic weapons, but few of the bombs on either side worked since they had been secretly dismantled by plotters preparing for the biological war which followed. Alliances have shifted, until Northern Europe is battling the Australians. A climactic sea battle culminates in the use of an atomic bomb.

Edmonson, G. C. and C. M. Kotlan. The Takeover. New York: Ace, 1984.
A political thriller in which an American grain embargo triggers a Russian oil embargo, creating a crisis which brings the world to the brink of a nuclear holocaust. A bomb destroys the Latin American city of Flyville, and the Russians announce they have planted atomic weapons in major American cities. The government capitulates and the U.S. is occupied by Russian troops; but at a news conference, the president announces he is calling on the Trident submarine force to maintain resistance, and shoots himself. The subs station themselves near cities the Russians wish to spare. When one of them is attacked, it fires a missile at the USSR, doing little damage, but impressing the leadership. The Russians withdraw as their allies fall away from them in droves. Much of the novel concentrates on the gas shortage caused by the crisis and on the problems of illegal immigrants from Mexico.

Fennerton, William. The Lucifer Cell. London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1968. New York: Atheneum, 1968.
Ten years earlier, a very limited nuclear attack was carried out by China (Irkutsk and Smolensk, Bologna and Lyons were destroyed), and the Chinese have overrun most of the world, including all of the Soviet Union and Europe. The setting here is England, where the masses collaborate with the vile new regime, and a minority struggles to resist. The rulers peddle cheap dope and wine to keep the populace docile. Mass reprisals are commonplace. Nevertheless, the resistance plots to assassinate the collaborationist prime minister and prepare for an American-African invasion.

Graham, David. Down to a Sunless Sea. London: Robert Hale, 1979. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1981. New York: Fawcett, 1982.
In 1985 an oil shortage causes the collapse of the U.S. A planeload of refugees is stranded in the air when the Israelis--retaliating for the poisoning of the Tel Aviv water supply by Arabs--launch a nuclear missile attack on Cairo, Beirut and Damascus (killing eighteen million), precipitating a full-scale atomic war which wipes out most life on Earth. The novel becomes the ultimate Airport sequel as the crew searches for an intact field on which to land. Finally the American 797 lands at a military base in the Azores which has been neutron-bombed, killing all but one of the personnel but leaving the buildings and supplies intact.

Hawkinson, John L. We, the Few. New York: Exposition, 1952.
A cheerful, upbeat account of the nearly complete destruction of America in 1962 by a sneak atomic attack accompanied by bacteriological warfare and sabotage. The story focuses on the love lives of a group of resourceful survivors at a Southern California astronomical observatory who split into two truck convoys to explore what is left of the country and try to join the U.S. government in Washington, D.C. Naturally, they find only ruins, so they return to set up a utopia in Brownville, Texas, where stoop labor admirably preserves the suppleness of the women's undraped figures as they toil in the fields. There are some unpleasant elements--dead bodies must be disposed of by comic laborers who grumble in dialect--but most of the book is one round after another of matchmaking, praying (the survivors are conventionally religious), and square dancing. New York has been destroyed, but at least the Hudson River is no longer polluted. A few serious points are made along the way: It is argued that both sides are to blame for the mysterious war and that they would have done far better to have merely demonstrated their weapons for each other (a suggestion that stems from the Hiroshima era but which surely made little sense in 1952). The survivors decide to learn the skills they need to replicate the old technology, refusing to sink into barbarism by becoming mere scavengers.

Ing, Dean. Pulling Through. New York: Ace, 1983.
This book is literally half novel, half survivalist handbook. Its second part consists of a series of articles Ing wrote about his designs for such nuclear war survival tools as an air filter, a battery charger, a toilet, an air pump, and a radiation meter. The novel portion of the book is a sketchy narrative designed to demonstrate how such devices might be used under actual conditions. The hero is a hard-core survivalist who is forced to take an underaged sexpot into his homemade fallout shelter and battle radioactive dust with his sister and her family. Such plot as there is mainly concerns the misdeeds of his obnoxious nephew--who is prescribed a dose of beating for what ails him--and an attack by marauders disguised as sheriff's men toward the end. Although Ing's hero proves he is not reluctant to kill in self defense, the author takes pains to demonstrate that he can also show compassion, sheltering and caring for a dying mother and son less fortunate than himself. The author clearly wants to debunk the stereotype of the ruthless survivalist as embodied in such books as Ahern's series of shoot-'em-ups. Although Ing presents the work as a practical handbook, several important problems are solved though the use of a fantastic sports car which can hop over obstacles or skip across the surface of a river. Despite much heavier than expected fallout, the protagonists survive and go on to lead happy lives on a farm where the hero marries the teenager he had been originally bent on arresting.

There are a good many others that I would suggest but its late and I need sleep - Its good to know there are others with my affliction for PA material.


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Thanks for the heads up; I'll put that on my list. If you get get the author to sign a copy that would also be great. I'd be willing to go in on a purchase if enough folks want to order copies



I got ahold of him, unfortunately he has another book coming out that got picked up by a larger publisher, so this book is out of print, and unless the publisher wants to reprint it, its staying that way.

He is going to send me the PDF of the book which I will post once I get it so you guys can at least read it.

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Thanks for the heads up; I'll put that on my list. If you get get the author to sign a copy that would also be great. I'd be willing to go in on a purchase if enough folks want to order copies



I got ahold of him, unfortunately he has another book coming out that got picked up by a larger publisher, so this book is out of print, and unless the publisher wants to reprint it, its staying that way.

He is going to send me the PDF of the book which I will post once I get it so you guys can at least read it.

Sorry to hear that its out of print, but looking forward to the PDF.


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Hey guys I got the PDF.

I don't know how to post a PDF here so if you want to PM me your email addresses I will forward a copy of the PDF to whoever wants it.

(or of someone wants to tell me how to post a PDF on here I will do that)

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Check your Pms. Thanks for your efforts!


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sent you the pdf!

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Ok thanks to ZS member "True" teaching my how to host a pdf, I can post it here now for you guys.

if any of you want it , here it is

From Ashes Rise - By Aric Davis
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/19967138/From%20Ashes%20Rise%20re%20draft%204.4.3%20Garabond%20book%20surge.pdf

(I'm not sure if this will happen for all of you, but when I click the link the 1st time I get an error message that says "Expected a dict object. Close the window and click the link again, and it works. Not sure why it does that sorry)

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