Nuclear War and EMP Aftermath Fiction

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Rebecka Jäger writes post-apocalyptic fiction. Her books feature the arctic landscape of nuclear winter and bad-ass female characters who fight for their tribe.

Nuclear war plunged them into perpetual winter. The survivors must rely on their wits and courage. Beware—you never know who wants to stab you in the back. If you’re a fan of Snowpiercer or the Mad Max movies, you’ll love this post-apocalyptic survival story with fierce females taking the lead. Plenty of action!

How a brave group of friends survives after nuclear war and EMP destroyed society:

“Imagine the Mad Max type of action set on a wintry landscape with a badass female lead. Add in a pinch of Finnish legends and myths, top them up with a good number of raw, gut-wrenching torture scenes, and serve them in a vivid first-person POV, and there you go! Unholy Warrior – a book I read in one sitting while biting my nails.

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