The end. This is the way the world ends. When the end comes it comes with astonishing speed. It has been a slow build to the brink, but once the point of no return has been breached, night falls fast. Disasters, avoidable and not, and the inhuman responses to humanity’s existential crises, every tipping point tipping us over the ragged rim, into a black abyss from which there is no return. One man walks alone on a lonely road in search of his loved ones in a wasteland that used to be the world. Though danger lurks around every bend of the desolate landscape he is undaunted and will be undeterred. His mission is simple if nearly impossible – find his family and friends who are still alive. Encountering survivors who range from colorful characters to deadly adversaries, his journey is as much inward as it is outward, revealing as much about himself and the other survivors as the bleak new world they now inhabit. Warned to stay away from the coast, he heads directly into danger, choosing death over a world without his remaining loved ones in it. But is he too late? And if he’s not, is he up to the task of saving them?
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