End Time (novel)

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End Time:
Notes on the Apocalypse
End Time - by G.A. Matiasz - cover.jpg
First edition cover.
Author G.A. Matiasz
Country United States
Language English
Genre Science fiction novel
Publisher AK Press
Publication date
Media type Print (Paperback)
Pages 299 pp (First edition)
ISBN ISBN 1-873176-96-1 (First edition, softcover)
OCLC 31135420
LC Class PS3563.A83646 E5 1994

End Time: Notes on the Apocalypse is a 1996 science fiction novel by G.A. Martiasz, set in the year of 2007. It is published and distributed by AK Press.

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Set in the year 2007, the former Soviet Union is engaged in a civil war; an island penal colony in Indonesia has become a major hub for the world's black market; the United States is engaged in a high-tech war against a guerrilla army in southern Mexico, and a draft has been reinstated. Amid the turmoil of the new century, a young man, Greg Kovinski, and his anti-war activist friends come into control of enough riemanium to build a bomb. As he struggles to "do the right thing," the city of Oakland rises in revolt akin to the Paris Commune and a revolution begins.

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