This weeks Post-apocalyptic Reads are chosen by backpacker and author Natalie K. Martin. Martin is written several books including a series, which currently has two books (Pull and Wanderlust).
Natalie K. Martin’s Fallout 5:
1. The Beach by Alex Garland: This is one of my all time favourites, and I reckon that I’d need a good dose of sunshine, beaches and intrigue being stuck in a bunker for-evermore! (Amazon UK/ Amazon US)
2. Five Quarters of The Orange by Joanne Harris: I love Joanne Harris, and this book is a sensory overload. It’s one I’d have for when I’m feeling overcome and depressed by the nuclear fallout. (Amazon UK/ Amazon US)
3. The Bhagavad Gita: This is one I’ve been working my way through for some time. Being faced with the apocalypse, it would be a lesson in how to live with just spirituality for company, and I’d have plenty of time to finish it! (Amazon UK/ Amazon US)
You Suddenly have to run from the bunker, you can only save one book, which do you rescue?
I’d save The Bhagavad Gita. I think that’s the most useful one for life lessons.
For more on Natalie K. Martin, why not visit her website or twitter.
Pull (not currently available on Amazon)
Wanderlust (Amazon UK/ not currently available on Amazon US)