It started off with the idea of doing books with an economic collapse, but after getting overtired of seeing the same hashed up plots for the EMP/Solar special (which I was doing somewhat concurrently), I decided I needed more of a mix.
This is a preliminary list. I am almost finished with, Minnesota Cold and The War After Armageddon. The order of appearance is, at least for the moment, from bottom to top. I thought I would start with a few of the earlier ones, and then switch to some later novels. The last two are where they are to make sure I have time to read them.
The review roundup, is now on its own tab. I will make a note of it when I add these latest reviews to it.
The War After Armageddon- Ralph Peters- economic/war/dystopian
Minnesota Cold– Cynthia Crack- nuclear winter/dystopian
Then- Julie Myerson- solar/celestial
Desperate Times- Nicholas Antinozzi- financial
Memory Boy- Will Weaver- volcanic
White Horse- Alex Adams- plague
Etiquette for an Apocalypse- Anne Mendel- volcanic/climate
Lost Everything- Brian Francis Slattery- climate
Eagle has Crashed- Ted Lacksonen's - economic
Valhalla- Newton Thornburg- economic
The Edge of the Earth- Russell Hill- economic
Caravan- Stephen Goldin- overpopulation/peak oil
Biker- Jane Gallion- nuclear
The King of the Storeroom- Antonio Porta- economic