|Thorne's Book Lists|
|Post Apocalyptic Gems (13 titles)
From YA to decidedly not, from zombies to ecological collapse, distopic fiction is a personal favorite of mine.
|Little brother |
by Doctorow, Cory.
This is a great book. I read it originally when Doctorow put it out online for free. I’m a computer technician but I felt the explanations of technology were spot on and very understandable to the lay person. There are some very poignant moments in this book and the thinly veiled comparisons to today’s American society were fabulous. posted Jan 18, 2011 at 11:06AM
|The girl who owned a city
If you are a fan of the Michael Grant series that starts with posted Jun 5, 2009 at 1:30PM
|Dies the fire|
by S. M. Stirling
If Stephen King’s "The Stand" is on your "favorite books" list, this one is a must read. Full of characters that you care about and can’t help but cheer for. posted May 29, 2007 at 6:41AM
|The cruelest miles : the heroic story of dogs and men in a race against an epide|
by Salisbury, Gay
If you like true dog stories. If you find Alaska, its people and its elements as fascinating as I do. You’ll love this book. Well written and well researched it was a page-turner from the very start. posted Apr 9, 2007 at 8:06AM