Warday and the Journey Onward

TitleWarday and the Journey Onward
Year for Search1984
AuthorsStrieber, [Louis] Whitley (b. 1945), and Kunetka, James W[illiam](b. 1944)
Tertiary AuthorsStrieber, Whitley
Date Published1984
PublisherHolt, Rinehart and Winston
Place PublishedNew York
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

Post-nuclear war dystopia with a largely ruined U. S., an authoritarian dystopia in California, and a Hispanic/Native American state called Atzlán in what was Texas and New Mexico that presents itself as independent but is a vassal state of Japan. The U. S. S. R. was also destroyed and Japan and the U. K. now dominate the world.

Author Note

Strieber (b. 1945) Kunetka (b. 1944).

Full Text

1984 Strieber, [Louis] Whitley (b. 1945) and James W. Kunetka (b. 1944). Warday and the Journey Onward. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston. ​PSt

Post-nuclear war dystopia with a largely ruined U. S., an authoritarian dystopia in California, and a Hispanic/Native American state called Atzlán in what was Texas and New Mexico that presents itself as independent but is a vassal state of Japan. The U. S. S. R. was also destroyed and Japan and the U. K. now dominate the world.