Twenty-eight-year-old service technician Robert Ashton endures dangerous city streets trying to scrape by. His partner Zilv is his only light in a world enshrouded in polluted darkness.
As society buckles, the pair finds safety in the city’s underworld. Working as a smuggler, Robert builds a new criminal life to keep himself and Zilv fed.
But, the battles from the world above seep down into the underground, forcing Robert to return to the surface. In the hellscape of the Third World War, he endures a nightmarish wasteland of violence and death.
When the apocalypse becomes reality, just how hard will a man fight to live?
Abandon Us is the prequel to E.T. Gunnarsson’s multi-award-winning book Forgive Us, a story readers call “thrilling, brutal, and completely unique.”
SILENT, EMPTY, AND CRUEL. THIS WAS THE NATURE OF THE WASTELAND.
Ignium, a new form of energy, poisoned the earth. Generation after generation, survivors fight on to endure the ruins of civilization.
In 2153, fledgling nations clash over land and resources. London, a wasteland veteran, struggles to protect his adopted daughter Rose as the world decays around them. Little does he know that both he and Rose will soon find themselves drawn into war.
Just how far is London willing to go to protect Rose from a world full of violence, hate, and apathy?
Fans of The Gunslinger and Mad Max will love E.T. Gunnarsson’s multi-award-winning book Forgive Us, a story readers call thrilling, brutal, awesome, and completely unique.
Two years ago, Simon, a revolutionary from the Arcadis space station, fled to Earth. The alien planet he finds is backward and primitive.
While Simon struggles to adapt, his newfound friend Anna guides him through life in the new world. One day, a mysterious explosion in the sky compels Anna and Simon to take the journey of a lifetime.
Across the new frontier, they run into the Father and his fanatical cult, murderers, and zealots who will stop at nothing in their search for “the Vessel.” In a desperate race for time, Simon and Anna battle to stop a conqueror from finding the key to tyranny.