THE DARKNESS AND DAWN TRILOGY features the three books of George Allan England's post-apocalyptic science fiction series: THE LAST NEW YORKERS, BEYOND THE GREAT OBLIVION, and THE AFTERGLOW. The novels follow the adventures of Bernice and Allan as they awaken after a 1000-year sleep to find New York in ruins. They must struggle to find food and water and protect themselves from savages as they search for any remnants of humanity.
The Last New Yorkers
Beyond the Great Oblivion
George Allan England (1877-1937) was an American writer, explorer, and would-be politician. Born in Nebraska, he attended Harvard, earning two degrees before embarking on a writing career. Much of his published work was in science fiction or speculative fiction. England also ran for governor of Maine in 1912 as a Socialist, earning just 1.47% of the popular vote. Several of his books were dedicated to American socialist leader Eugene V. Debs and have Socialist themes.