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.