Two Journeys

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Two Journeys is Clemens P. Suter’s first novel. Alan is the sole survivor of a global pandemic. Stuck in Japan, he has to decide to wait for rescuers that may never arrive, or to travel home through an empty world. Choosing the latter, he sets out on a journey across the Asian continent. With dangers lurking around every corner, Alan has to battle both nature and his inner doubts. More

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About Clemens P. Suter

Clemens P. Suter is the author of post-apocalyptic and dystopian adventure novels. Suter's first novel “Two Journeys” was published in 2011, and describes the adventures of the sole survivor of a pandemic. Its sequel “Fields of Fire” appeared in 2016. “Celeterra” (2013) is a dystopian novel, centered around the theft of Charles Darwin’s testament. Suter’s novels are suited for all ages, combining straightforward storytelling with adventure and philosophic elements. Suter is a biologist by training, as reflected in his work. Married for 30 years, he has two sons, and one dog.

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Review by: Matthew Eastlund on Feb. 5, 2012 :
Great post-apocalyptic novel. Not for the faint of heart.
If this is the future world, let's hope the Mayans were right. Recommended reading.
(reviewed 2 years after purchase)
Review by: Drew Camprint on Jan. 25, 2012 :
I must say I was uncertain if this book was going to hold me throughout. The author took on a difficult task of creating a new face to the planet Earth after a big disaster. I was intrigued through the first few hours and am glad I kept reading. I laughed, I grimaced, and I frowned at the narrative of the single hero. What mostly kept me reading, however, is the possibilities of the truth behind it. Are we headed toward this future?
(reviewed 2 years after purchase)

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