big a difference can a single person make? Or a single decision? How
much can a single action change an entire world?
come shockingly close to destroying the world that we live in a
surprising number of times. It is a matter of historical fact that on
the 26th of September 1983 one man made a choice that undoubtedly
saved our entire world from a devastating nuclear war...
what if he hadn’t? What if he had chosen another path and history
had spiralled off in a very different direction? What would life be
like now for those few who survived?
Who would you be now if
you had lived to see, or had been born into such a world? How would
you live and what lengths would you have to go to in order to sustain
an existence? Would you die to cling to your morals and standards?
Just how far would you go to stay alive? And if you did try,
could you make it? And how would it change you?
‘The World After’ that near miss was not a near miss.
years after a protracted worldwide nuclear war, a community of
survivors are living on an island off the coast of the UK, in a
symbiotic relationship with an aircraft carrier and the remnants of
her crew, under the command of Admiral Gill.
story is told by Badger, a tough and tenacious seventeen year-old,
who lost both parents many years ago. After an ambiguous signal is
received from the mainland, a spark of hope is ignited.
Gill will not risk further lives and resources to search for the
ghost of a father lost ten years previously, Badger sets off alone on
a perilous rescue mission.
World After’ is an exhilarating, yet touching, story of personal
discovery and adventure, based in a post-apocalyptic reality that was
all too nearly our own.