-Midwest Book Review
Etiquette for an Apocalypse
a post-apocalyptic comedy
It's the 2020 Apocalypse and Sophie Cohen must keep her family alive amid the grueling, sometimes strangely amusing, realities of starvation and violence. In all of this chaos, can she mobilize her community to find a serial killer and take on the sinister emerging power structure? Can she learn to use a pizza box/aluminum foil solar oven and a Glock 9mm? Can she resolve interminable high-drama clashes with her mother, daughter and husband? She might find that life--without her Prius, iPhone and chocolate clairsisn't the end-of-the-world.
"After reading Anne Mendel's highly original dark comedy, I'm convinced she is Janet Evanovich's long-lost slightly evil twin."
award-winning novelist and NPR commentator
"A wild ride of entertainment for a jaded and cynical reading public, and a sunburst of hope for those despairing of the current human predicament."
-Win McCormack, Editor-in-Chief