Dillon (donnerkeil) wrote in diluvium_ignis,


This is the bibliography that existed on an older livejournal community that has been discontinued. By all means, please add your own suggestions.

"A Canticle for Leibowitz"
by Walter M. Miller, Jr.

"Alas, Babylon"
by Pat Frank.

"American Apocalypses : The Image of the End of the World in American Literature"
by Douglas Robinson

"Apocalypse and Science Fiction : A Dialectic of Religious and Secular Soteriologies"
by Frederick A. Kreuziger.

"Apocalypse Anthology"
by Louise M. Kawada (Editor)

by Steve Alten.

"Father Elijah : An Apocalypse"
by Michael O'Brien.

"Good Omens"
by Neil Gaiman, Terry Pratchett, David Frampton (Illustrator).

"Nova Express"
by William S. Burroughs.

"The Apocalypse in African-American Fiction"
by Maxine Lavon Montgomery

"The Fifth Horseman : A Novel of Biological Disaster"
by Richard Sherbaniuk.

"The Four Horsemen of The Apocalypse"
by William S. Burroughs.

"The War of the Worlds"
by H.G. Wells.
Also available on Audio Cassette, and as a free E-Book!

"The Last Man"
by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley.

"Souls in the Great Machine"
by Sean McMullen.

"Symphony - Millennium Quartet, Bk. 1."
by Charles L. Grant

"Visionary Fictions : Apocalyptic Writing from Blake to the Modern Age"
by Edward J. Ahearn.
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History buffs might also be interested in this one:

The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse : Religion, War, Famine and Death in Reformation Europe by Andrew Cunningham and Ole Peter Grell

Its authors theorize that the Reformation was brought on, in part, by the belief among the masses that the End of Days was upon them.