Post Apocalyptic Fiction Quotes

Quotes tagged as "post-apocalyptic-fiction" (showing 1-6 of 6)
Simone Pond
“I haven’t been this high-functioning since last century.” - Chief Morray, The City Center”
Simone Pond

Julienne Russell
“To take away a woman's ability to walk is one thing; it's quite another to take away her ability to speak. -(Lady Meesha) I Am Lady Sasha -The Journey From Slave to Slave-”
Julienne Russell

“The day Mother Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? killed Father The Outlaw Josey Wales, they were arguing again about the Pre-Reddening game of Major League Baseball.”
Nick DiChario, Valley of Day-Glo

Mel Paisley
“When she sat down on the tile next to him, unafraid, his kaleidoscope senses drank in the years that had been printed onto her mind before she was old enough to remember, and he told her a story, projecting into her darkness sensations of light and color and shape, butterflies swirling like silk-spun gold out through a window that opened to a big green field in the days before the bomb.”
Mel Paisley, Love Hurts: A Speculative Fiction Anthology

Kurt Vonnegut
“No damn cat. No damn cradle.”
Kurt Vonnegut

Dmitry Glukhovsky
“Stalker. Dokładnie tak ich sobie wyobrażał – z opowiadań ojczyma i historyjek straganiarzy. Poplamiony i miejscami osmalony skafander ochronny, długa ciężka kamizelka kuloodporna, potężne bary, na prawym ramieniu niedbale zarzucona potężna bryła erkaemu, z lewej, na podobieństwo bandoletu, zwisa pobłyskująca smarem taśma z nabojami. Masywne sznurowane buty, wpuszczone do środka spodnie, na plecach przepastny płócienny plecak. Stalker zdjął okrągły hełm specnazu, ściągnął gumową maskę przeciwgazową i, zaczerwieniony, mokry, rozmawiał o czymś z dowódcą posterunku.”
Dmitry Glukhovsky, Metro 2033