One frustrated man’s apocalypse story.
It didn’t happen overnight, not like in the movies.
I mean, it took more than a year before anybody looked up from their smartphones long enough to wonder why so many of their neighbors were infected. Why so many were dying.
The vaccination riots came and went. The grocery store shelves emptied out. The spigots eventually ran dry. That was around the time I moved underground and sealed the hatch on my backyard bunker.
That was a couple of years ago.
Now, my radio hasn’t picked up a signal from the world up top since I can’t remember when. My exterior camera died in a storm last spring. And the loneliness has set in, gnawing at me, making me think crazy thoughts, including the one that’ll change everything.
I have to leave the bunker and see if anyone is left alive.
Categories: Science Fiction / Fantasy