Reviews: Charnas, Suzy McKee

“they rejoiced to find an enemy they could conquer at last.”

Walk to the End of the World — Suzy McKee Charnas

Sorry about the cover image. For some reason none of the nice images of the original Gene Szafran would let me save a copy. 

Rather like yesterday’s Canticle, Walk to the End of the World examines the Earth transformed by nuclear war – the Wasting – but where the mob in Canticle turned on the intelligentsia deemed responsible for nuclear weapons, the handful of high officials who survived the final war in their hidden Refuge decide that the true villains were not the men who finally pushed The Button, because that would mean accepting responsibility. Instead they decide to blame  all who opposed them and so made that war inevitable:

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