Post-Apocalyptic books.Tell me how to read them so i can appreciate the writing style!
understand that it is just an attempt to predict how certain events, real or imagined, will affect the future, then suspend belief.
Whenever I do read a post apocalyptic book, i take it tongue in cheek. Just don't believe everything you read. Each author will have his/her own slant and story. But if you truly enjoy this genre check out your local library, there bound to have a few on hand. Good reading PP
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