11 Best Survival Fiction Books Update 05/2022

There is no order to this list, but all of these books are great. These all will make you think about what would happen if SHTF…

One Second After – William R. Forstchen

This book is about John, who is a retired Army Colonel and a history professor. After an EMP, he has to deal with the effects (Electromagnetic Pulse). In a book that is very well-written, Forstchen talks about some very real problems that people would have at a party. During a meeting with Congress about the threat of an EMP attack on the United States, this book was mentioned. It was so well-received that it was even mentioned.

The Stand – Stephen King

One of the best horror movies ever made is called “Superflu.” The master of horror makes his take on the end of the world in the form of the flu. Many survivors are shown in the story as they travel across a landscape that has been devastated by an influenza virus that has been used as a weapon. In this movie, 99.999% of the people are dead and the rest have to figure out how to live on their own. Anyone who wants to learn more about survival and the apocalypse should check this one out, right?

The Stand: King, Stephen: 9780307743688: Amazon.com: Books

Going Home (The Survivalist Series) – A. American

A book called The Survivalist Series is called Going Home, and it’s the first in the series. Over 200 miles from home, a family man named Morgan has a car accident. At the same time, the country’s power grid goes out. Morgan is a survivalist, so he puts on his emergency pack and starts the long journey back home. It was written by a prepper for prepper, and it’s sure to get you hooked and make you want more.

Dark Ages:2020 – JD Dutra

Is it possible that the Black Death plague that swept through Europe in 1350 was caused by a secret group? A new era could be born, resulting in The Renaissance, if most people were killed off. Suppose the secret society planned to do it again in 2020. That would be even better. JD Dutra has written a great story that makes you think about survival in a whole new way. With relatable characters and a story that some people think is close to real life, this is a great book for anyone who wants to learn how to be a better person.

Lucifer’s Hammer – Larry Niven & Jerry Pournelle

Earth is hit by a comet that causes a lot of bad things to happen. The comet also starts a new ice age and wipes out civilization. Written in the late 1970s, this is a disaster book that still has a lot to say today. The world is thrown into complete chaos, which leads to political issues that change the world forever. In the world that’s left over, there isn’t much more that can be expected.

Lucifer's Hammer: A Novel: Niven, Larry, Pournelle, Jerry: 9780449208137:  Amazon.com: Books

299 Days: The Preparation – Glen Tate

He goes from being a sheep in society to being an individual who is ready and aware of what’s going on in the world around him. This is a real-life story. Preparing for a disaster is a new thing for people who haven’t done it before. This is the first in a series. In this book, the title refers to the man’s journey into becoming more prepared for a post-collapse scenario. It talks about real problems people have with their families, friends, and jobs if they live a prepping life.

Under The Dome – Stephen King

When an invisible force surrounds Chester’s Mill in a huge dome, things start to go awry in the town. When the town shuts itself off from the rest of the world, everyone in it must work together to figure out what’s going on. When they don’t know how long they will be inside the dome, their egos clash, their supplies run out, and people start acting weird. A good thing about this story is that it shows how quickly people can go from being friendly neighbors to people you need to keep an eye on. Forced to face your problems head on when you can’t get out of the place you’re in

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 Alas, Babylon – Pat Frank

This book was written in 1959, but it tells the story of a threat we still face: nuclear war. A Soviet missile strike rips through the U.S., but a town in central Florida is mostly unharmed by the blast. A group of survivors work together to try to build a new community and fight back against bandit groups. An eye-opening look at how hard it would be for society to come back from an event like that. This is another one of the best stories ever told. It should not be missed!

The Road – Cormac McCarthy

This is the story of a man and his son and how they tried to stay alive. McCarty does an excellent job setting the tone and pace for this dark look at a post-collapse world. It’s a grueling story about living on the road. It is going to be a long, cold winter. This father and son duo is going to have to move south to survive the coming winter. There are some stories that stay with you after you finish reading them. This one is one of the best.

Amazon.com: The Road (Oprah's Book Club): 9780307387899: Cormac McCarthy:  Libros

Earth Abides – George R. Stewart

Isherwood Williams gets sick, and he starts to fall in and out of consciousness. He wakes up and finds that most of the people have died from the same disease that had him down. He goes on a cross-country trip in search of supplies and other survivors, going from place to place. To rebuild society, he must return to his home in California and start from scratch. What happens when someone decides to rebuild, and what happens when they don’t.

Lights Out – David Crawford

Like many of the best modern survival stories, “Lights Out” by David Crawford is scary because it’s so real. Because modern society is so dependent on the electricity grid, it is a real point of weakness that could have a big impact. Crawford’s survival fiction story is about this very thing. There is a lot of attention paid to what happens when the power grids go down, and how humans react when their normal way of life is thrown into chaos.

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