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Apocalist Book Club

Feb 23, 2022

#40: The year is...well it's a little timey wimey, but we're calling it 1939. Tom Conner was just a normal dude who was sent to the electric chair for murder...and wakes up to find himself in the FUTURE! In a world ruled by Immortals, Tom truly is the 2nd love interest of a YA dystopian novel heroine, he just doesn't...


Jan 19, 2022

#39: We're still in 1936 but we've moved out to the Scottish Highlands and taken up cave-living in the face of war! If you liked THE HATCHET or other wilderness survival books as a kid, you're probably going to like this one. This book could have been insufferable with moralizing, but MacPherson weaves a...


Dec 22, 2021

#38: The year is 1936 and we're back to our beloved Czech author Karel Capek. This is a much grimmer end of the world when compared to his 1922 novel THE ABSOLUTE AT LARGE. While both novels address the danger of voracious human consumption, this one digs much deeper into the horrors of colonialism, and the...


Nov 25, 2021

#37: The year is a little of '34, a little of '35, and who gave T.H. White the right to delight us so much?! We 100% were not expecting all these hunting puns, but we are here for it. Come for Mr. Marx's sporting tour (who is a POC and NOT a villain, actually), stay for a very British farce of a Decameron. 

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Oct 21, 2021

#36: We're back in 1934 with THE STRANGE INVADERS by Alun Llewellyn! If you can here on the promise of dinosaurs, I regret to inform you, so did we. New t-shirt idea: I survived the Apocalypse and all I got was this lousy herd of big man-eating lizards. Come for Alun's dislike of Stalin's communism, stay for the sexiest...