This Is The Way The World Ends

Science Fiction

Author: James K. Morrow

It is 1995. Everyman is George Paxton, Unitarian and tombstone-engraver, who wants an anti-nuclear suit to protect his daughter. To get it he sells his soul and signs a piece of paper admitting his share of nuclear guilt.,Now he is alive – the survivor of a nuclear holocaust. His family is dead, his life in ruins, yet he must still stand trial before those who have lived an….Read More

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