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End of the World

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Human existence on Earth is nearly over. Only the occupants of the handful of moonbases have any chance of keeping the human race alive...if they can survive the overwhelming psychological trauma of being the only survivors. 

© 2007 Graeme



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Carlos Hazday

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Although written a decade ago, the stories geopolitical entanglements ring true today. The human race faces extinction and some people may be required to make personal sacrifices for mankind to survive. The good of the many over the good of the few--or the one--is an idea popular to Star Trek fans.

 

Maybe because the Author hails from Australia, the story evokes memories of On The Beach by Nevil Shute. How horrible it would be to watch everyone you've ever know die without being able to stop it while one waits for death to strike.

 

A very well written story with interesting if not always likable characters. The flood of varied emotions assaulting the reader will keep you reading even when you dread what the outcome may be.

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