Fiction for the working class.
The Mayan calendar runs out in December 2012. Does that fix the end of our world just a few months away? Or did the master stone carver simply run off with a waitress? The Incas favored 2013 and the Hopis are waiting for some type of white buffalo–it would seem that we’re safe for the time being. However, a Victorian psychic named Permelia Lyttle made one thing clear for this election year: humanity’s last call is just around the corner, and we’d better learn how to grow our own vegetables.
Before dying in a mental asylum, Permelia wrote a diary that would fall into the hands of a couple she called the “pilgrim and the bride-to-be.” All shaky and with foggy vision, Luray Flitch dons the mantle of Pilgrim and, assisted by the eccentric Abigail Lind, attempts to warn the world. That is the story of Permelia Lyttle’s Guide to the End of the World. Just to be on the safe side, read this book before it’s too late!