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Two Journeys (2009)

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Two Journeys
Date: 2012
Source: Wikipedia

AbstractTwo Journeys (2009, Booksurge Publishing, 626 pages, ISBN 1439250138, ISBN 9781439250136) is a apocalyptic and post-apocalyptic fiction adventure novel by Clemens P. Suter, which describes the aftermath of a global pandemic that has eradicated all of humankind.

Alan, the protagonist and apparently the only survivor, finds himself stranded in Tokyo and decides to travel home to Berlin to find out whether his family has survived.

The story describes his trip through Korea, China, Mongolia and Siberia and can be regarded as a travelogue, mixed with adventure novel elements, such as the encounter with a local warlord (Wikipedia, 2012).