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  • Keywords
    • coronal mass ejection,
    • solar flare,
    • EMP anomaly,
    • blackout,
    • survival,
    • dystopia,
    • post-apocalypse

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Out of Abaddon
The Long Journey Home
by Hap Wilson

Everything is going as normal in the post-coronavirus world, until it suddenly isn't. Skye Rider leaves Yellowknife carrying data that will form the biggest expose of her journalistic career; she doesn't realize just how important that data is, or what it means to humanity. On the same plane is HAARP technician, Willis Roxton, who's part of the very conspiracy Skye's trying to uncover. When a solar anomaly sends their plane plummeting into the northern Canadian boreal forest, Skye, Willis and Suki, a young Cree boy, face certain death. OUT OF ABADDON follows the three, plus myriad other characters through the days and months following global-wide infrastructure collapse, and into the dystopia their world quickly becomes. Will they survive, and what will remain of society as we know it?

"The story is brilliantly written and once it gets going, rolls along with great action, details and characters. Amazing work!" Frank Wolf, author of 'Lines on a Map'

Hap Wilson is a self-taught artist, cartographer and nature photographer. He has been a Canadian park ranger, New Zealand mountain park warden, Outward Bound survival skills instructor, outfitter, wilderness canoe guide and sustainable trail builder. Wilson has lived off-grid, homesteading in the Laurentian Highlands along the Ottawa River and has paddled, hiked and skied more than 60,000 kilometers across Canada and published more than a dozen nature and adventure-related books. He is an International Fellow of the distinguished New York based Explorer's Club and the Royal Canadian Geographical Society, recipient of the Bill Mason Award for lifetime achievement in river conservation and co-founder of the environment group Earthroots. Wilson was also the recipient of the Natural Resources Council of America Award for the Canada Parks publication, "Voyages - Canada's Heritage Rivers" for 'Best Environmental Book' of 1994. On the lighter side, Wilson taught actor Pearce Brosnan how to paddle a canoe and throw a knife for the Attenborough movie, "Grey Owl". He lives with his wife Andrea in Rosseau, Ontario, Canada and together they operate Cabin Falls off-grid Ecolodge in Temagami . The author has traveled extensively in the wilderness areas depicted in this book. Visit Hap Wilson at


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