Publisher's Summary: In 1947 the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists created the Doomsday Clock to gauge the threat of nuclear war. The further the hands are from midnight, the safer the world is. The closer they are to midnight, the more imminent the threat of nuclear war.
But what happens after the hands reach midnight? What awaits those who survive the initial days of that nuclear war? What will life be like at Half Past Midnight?
Half Past Midnight is a post apocalyptic thriller – the story of Leeland Dawcett and his family, in the first days and years after the Doomsday War. It’s the story of how one man learns that survival sometimes just isn’t enough, and of friends who help each other through thick and thin while facing the enemies who make life after Doomsday a living hell.
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