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A Sarcastic Calendar
A tongue-in-cheek "Government Certified Y2K-Compliant Calendar" offers quotes from notable folks.
Cooking After the Apocalypse
If you're hunkered in your bunker with a few forklift loads of canned corn, you need to buy this cookbook.
Hitchhiker's Guide Meets Y2K
A new book follows the tradition of Kafka and archie to create the closest thing yet to a Hitchhiker's Guide to Y2K. Solveig Singleton calls "Bob Bridges" a must-read.
Book Debunks Doomsayers
A new and well-argued book says Y2K won't be that big of a deal. Is it time to sell that $3,000 diesel generator?
Taking Y2K Seriously
A new book gets serious about personal prep. Y2K -- It's Not Too Late is not for the faint-hearted.
Society Collapsing? No Problem
It's a survivalist manual dressed up as fiction. If you like the idea of society collapsing, you'll love Patriots.
The Glitch that Stole Christmas
It took us a while, but we finally found another Y2K novel worth reading. You'll enjoy the darkling conspiracies at the heart of Glitch.
A Monstrous Y2K Bug
Move over, Godzilla. The first Y2K science fiction story is here, and it features the Millennium Bug as a city-wrecking monster.
This Book Has Bugs
If you want a compelling read, there are better novels than Y2K: It's Already Too Late.
What Y2K Could, Um, Maybe Mean To You
The Yourdons have written the already-classic Time Bomb 2000. But their refusal to take a stand can be frustrating.
Victor Porlier takes a matter-of-fact approach to Y2K prep. Buy it if you're late joining the herd.
A Personal Protection Guide
The author of the Year 2000: Personal Protection Guide does a credible job of offering advice. It's not his fault we feel like pondering the collapse of civilization instead.
Hoard This Book
Buy this book! Don Tiggre's novel is a stay-up-all-night read and the best of the Y2K novels so far.
A Y2K novel coauthored by Michael Hyatt is a little heavy-handed in moralizing but a good read that's sure to delight Iliad fans.
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