"Jeremy Robert Johnson's novella of the apocalypse is a supremely weird reading experience, sitting somewhere between Chuck Palahniuk and John Wyndham. Extinction Journals is a hybrid, a mutant child of 1950's paranoia and contemporary dystopia. Bleak, funny, apocalyptic and affecting, it stays with you long after you've finished it."--THE ZONE(UK)
You can survive a nuclear blast.
All you need is some luck, and maybe a customized business suit coated in cockroaches. It could work. At least that's what Dean believed before the bombs actually dropped and his suit led him to murder a Very Important Man at the foot of a blackened obelisk.
Now D.C. is looking awfully empty.Life on Earth is pretty much coming to an end.All of which leaves Dean with a single question-"What now?" The answer to that question will take him on an uncanny voyage across a newly nuclear America where he must confront the problems associated with loneliness, radiation, love, and an ever-evolving cockroach suit with a mind of its own.
Dean's bizarre adventures mark the last chronicle of human existence, the final entries in our species' own...
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