“A fine postapocalyptic thriller, with richly drawn characters and the kind of story that we can easily imagine happening.” --Booklist, on One Year After
“Forstchen is the prophet of a new Dark Age. The wise will listen.” --Stephen Coonts, New York Times bestselling author, on One Year After
“True storytelling that only the rarest of writers ever master . . . Bill has perfected his talent.” --David Hagberg, New York Times bestselling author, on One Year After
“A riveting cautionary tale.” --Booklist, on One Second After
“An entertaining apocalyptic thriller.” --Publishers Weekly, on One Second After
“The only thing more terrifying than this masterfully crafted story is the possibility of it actually happening--and not a damn thing being done to protect us.” --W.E.B. Griffin & William E. Butterworth IV, New York Times bestselling authors, on One Second After
“Civilization slides into the abyss of a new dark age in this horrifying apocalyptic novel. Forstchen has put Bin Laden's dream on paper and, in the process, taken civilization straight to the rack.” --Stephen Coonts, New York Times bestselling author, on One Second After
“Forstchen did such a damned fine job with One Second After that shortly after the first page, I had been reeled in hook, line, and sinker." --David Hagberg, New York Times bestselling author, on One Second After
About the Author
William R. Forstchen has a PhD from Purdue University with specializations in military history and the history of technology. A faculty fellow and professor of history at Montreat College, he has authored over forty books, including the award-winning young adult novel We Look like Men of War. Forstchen coauthored the New York Times bestselling Gettysburg and has written numerous short stories and articles about military history and military technology. He resides near Asheville, North Carolina, with his daughter and their dogs.
Bronson Pinchot, an Audie Award-winning narrator and Audible's Narrator of the Year for 2010, received his education at Yale University. He restores Greek Revival buildings and appears in television, film, and on stage whenever the pilasters and entablatures overwhelm him.