In an effort to explore the second half of “can’t live with ‘em, can’t live without ‘em,” this series of comic books by Brian K. Vaughan imagines a world without men. A mysterious plague picks off every male being on the face of the earth — except two: Yorick Brown, a young escape artist, and his pet monkey, Ampersand. With the exception of a few radicals who do their best to shut down any efforts to bring back the men, women across the world worry that their species is doomed. A scientist, meanwhile, insists that cloning has made men obsolete. Widely praised, this exploration of gender issues and scientific ethics (among other things) is being turned into a feature film slated for release in 2011.
Can anyone help me find a new novel by Buzz Aldrin which was mentioned on Radio 4.? A post apocalyptic story of a world where all the population is old and there are no children..the title had "..grey" in it but i can not find any mention of it anywhere. ?
Unfortunately I only discovered the book recently. Was really a great novel to read, or I seem to think so at least. If it wasn't for online shops i probably would never have found it in the first place!
Post-apocalyptic novels usually ask two questions: how does a civilization fall, and what happens afterward? The following novels provide unsettling answers to one or both of these questions. 10 Chilling Post Apocalyptic Novels...
@msimione you rigth