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Lost Post-Apocalyptic Story

WiseTioga

Pretty sure it was here on SOL but not positive. Young man (late teenager/young adult) lives on a island, goes to larger island or main-land to re-supply and/or trade. Believe it was Pac. NW, WA or BC. Somewhere/somehow picks up a young lady. Romance follows. NOT "The Storm" by Ptarmigan, very similar in many ways though. Any help appreciated. Thank you.

Replies:   Gauthier
Ernest Bywater

If this isn't the story you're after, you could read it as a way to help you pass the time until the right one is identified.

https://storiesonline.net/s/43310/aftershock

There is another story that fits part of what you ask for, but it's not PA, and starts differently:

https://storiesonline.net/s/73545/island-mine

Replies:   tendertouch
tendertouch

@Ernest Bywater

I'd be kind of surprised if it's Aftershock if only because the main character is quite a bit older than that and the romance that follows is, well, different. I agree with Ernst, though, that it's a good story to pass the time while we wait for a better match to appear!

Replies:   WiseTioga
WiseTioga

@tendertouch

Thanks guys, your right it's not either of the stories you listed.Both of which I have read in the past. Liked Island-Mine and am re-reading it since you brought it to mind again. Aftershock I didn't care for before, might try again later.

Replies:   Remus2
Remus2

@WiseTioga

It might help if you can recall what the nature of the apocalypse was? Bombs, aliens, viruses, genetics, honest politicians?

Replies:   Jim S
Jim S

@Remus2

honest politicians?


That's contradictory on it's face.

Replies:   Remus2
Remus2
Updated:

@Jim S

If the politicians were to suddenly turn honest, then surely the apocalypse is upon us.

Gauthier

@WiseTioga

perhaps Backscatter by Hammingbyrd7

https://storiesonline.net/s/52999/backscatter

Island is Madeira trade is Ft. Hood, Texas

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