A love story from a novel
Oh what a joy
Really, where does one go when half of the North American continent becomes poisoned, when nuclear fallout is carried by jet streams to the populous East? The world suddenly becomes smaller, the sanctuaries fewer. Sailing to Hawaii, the protagonist and his friends, three people fleeing the 'storm,' find the islands still somewhat of an oasis in a world of ever-growing tragedy. However, the relative security lasts only until the big refugee boats arrive. However, literally on the last day the growing darkness becomes replaced by the great joy of a discovery of the location of their lost families, though their path to them remains blocked.
The story, The House of the Sun, is a double love story unfolding in the background to an Armageddon that seems deceptively distant in Hawaii. The story is a chapter from the novel, Brighter than the Sun, by Rolf A. F. Witzsche.
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