James Kunetka Whitley Strieber
War Day and the Journey Onward
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  • Title: War Day and the Journey Onward
  • Author: James Kunetka Whitley Strieber
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  • Page: 175
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    1. Sharon Zink says:

      An EXCELLENT book dealing with a fictional nuclear attack on the United States by Russian in 1988. The narrators are two journalists who take a trip across the United States describing the aftermath of the war and interviewing people. This book is skillfully done in that it includes government reports in such a way as to sustain the reader's interest. You would swear you were reading nonfiction, except that you know a nuclear war has not occurred yet. Get this book and read it.

    2. Daniel Page says:

      I still liked this novel, years later. If you are a fan of post-apocalyptic fiction, and can get your hands on a copy, it is definitely worth a read. The book is writen from the perspective of the authors' fictional selves taking a trip across the US several years after a "limited" nuclear war. Instead of a completely destroyed wasteland, the novel takes the hypothetical "what if" only military installations and a few cities were destroyed, and examines the social and economic impact.

    3. Jerry says:

      I read it this in the mid 80s as the Cold War still sputtered along and thought it all seemed so possible. I thought of this book years later after Hurricane Katrina and the observations that disasters hit the poorest the hardest.

    4. Beth says:

      When the movie "The Day After" aired in 1983, either Time or Newsweek ran a story about the movie (which scared me green), and mentioned this book. Very well written, and had a a big impact on me (especially during that time in the 80's and the Cold War). I found a copy (my paperback was so read that it fell apart) and I read it every couple of years--life can change in a split second.

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