The Ishim Underground (Paperback)
Post-apocalyptic adventure. Two cultures at odds, the emerging city state of Auckland and the nomadic peoples who surround it. An extremely organized young man tries to hide from the consequences of a rash decision, being robbed by old ladies and genetically modified megafauna that roam the waste. After unwittingly being posted as Regional Sanitation Specialist in a dry-as-toast village on the edge of oblivion, fate thrusts Eron into the middle of the biggest social upheaval since the apocolypse 500 years earlier. Cast feet first into the vast network of roads inhabited by a highly organized nomadic subculture and genetically engineered megafauna, Eron finds himself on the run from the Auckian Guard, even though he's technically a member. Unable to go home, he and a wild boy from the wastelands head Westward at the dubious advice of local villagers, but one question remains. Will they find a good place to hide?
- Paperback | 346 pages
- 129 x 198 x 18mm | 340g
- 27 May 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- United States
- black & white illustrations