Synopses & Reviews
A small group of humans has survived the apocalyptic epidemic called Black Ep that ravaged the world. These survivors start to wake others who'd been cryogenically preserved to await a future when the disease might be cured. At first, everyone agrees on the basic principles of this new world - how lucky they are to have survived, how they're all in this together, how they should look out for each other, learn from the past and build a better world. EVERFREE is the concluding novel in Nick Sagan's critically acclaimed post-apocalyptic Idlewild trilogy.
Sagan knows how to keep the pages turning. (New York Times)
The mysterious plague known as "Black Ep" devastated humanity. The survivors were thawed out of cryogenic sleep to create a better world. But among the awakened are those who prefer to return to their positions of power and control.
Sagan contines the "roller-coaster ride of fusion fiction" (Neil Gaiman) thatbegan with "Idlewild" and continued in "Edenborn."
In the conclusion of the trilogy which begins in "Idlewind" and continues in "Edenborn," the Black Ep virus has been eradicated by the post-humans. Now the human survivors who had slept in cryo-stasis during the epidemic awaken--and they are just as power-hungry as ever.
About the Author
Nick Sagan is the son of the astronomer Carl Sagan and the artist/writer Linda Salzman. The writer of numerous screenplays and television episodes, he graduated summa cum laude from UCLA Film School. Author website: nicksagan.com