What post-apocalyptic books do you like to read?
If you’re reading this post, it’s probably because you have the same strange affinity for post-apocalyptic fiction that I have. Because I constantly recommend other apocalyptic books which depict various SHTF events, I thought it might be interesting to turn the table around and ask you what are your favorites.
So, here are the results, albeit a little slow, from my first reader’s survey (done last month) where I asked my VIP Readers what were their favorite post-apocalyptic books (mine and other PA authors).
First, I asked about my books:
Next I asked for one or two of their favorite post-apocalyptic books. Here they are in order of the number of votes each received, with links to each book (or first book of a series):
One Second After by William Forstchen – I agree the top vote getter was a good one!
Stone Age ML Banner – Okay, I think you’re sucking up to the author here… But thanks!
The Defiant Series John W. Vance – It’s in my TBR.
The Survivors Series by Angela White – Ditto.
The Stand By Stephen King – Yeah, this is a classic that must be read!
Lucifer Hammer by Larry Niven & Jerry Pournelle
Atlantic Gene (The Origin Mystery Series) by A G Riddle – Loved it!
Whiskey Tango Foxtrot Series by W.J Lundy
Lights Out by David Crawford
299 Days: The Preparation by Glen Tate
Arisen Series by Michael Stephen Fuchs & Glynn James
The Legend of Zero by Sara King
The Extinction Cycle by Nicholas Sansbury Smith
Blue Plague Series by Thomas A. Watson
The McClane Apocalypse Series by Kate Morris,
The Alone Series by Darrell Maloney
Please note: if you voted and you didn’t see your favorite listed here, it’s because you didn’t give me the full title of a book (and I couldn’t find it).
Don’t see your favorite(s) here? Go ahead and this list of favorite post-apocalyptic books, by writing it in your comments below.