A Post-Apocalyptic world unlike any other. Instead of banding together or fighting each other, here the survivors find a world with few resources, little trust and no desire to intermingle. Fears of disease prevent survivors from reaching out for help. How does society survive if the survivors won’t participate?
A follow-up to “Love and Family During the Great Death”. It’s much less bleak, and reading the first book isn’t strictly necessary, so those who couldn’t handle the first shouldn’t be afraid of this one.
Picking up after everyone else has died, David and Alice try to determine who, if anyone has survived, and why they did. The series of plagues they survived proved effective, as society is laid bare, but they realize they must organize the reluctant survivors, as the Great Death isn't finished, and further disasters await.