The Landscape of NYC. 2256.

NYC - 2256 - A Gazillion Little BitsThe New York City of A GAZILLION LITTLE BITS in the year 2256 is a vastly changed landscape, though much relates to the city of today.

City parks, such as Carl Schurz @ 84th, Central Park, Thomas Jefferson @ 112th, uncluttered by the rubble and ruins of the streets, are home to small communities.

Most bridges are gone.  The feet of the Brooklyn Bridge remain exposed and foundations of other East River crossings can be found, submerged.  The George Washington Bridge, covered in food gardens, is intact, ending in a wall that blocks access to NJ, where subterranean fires have burned for generations.

Sam Tsui has created a wonderful map to accompany my novel and I’m pleased to share it with you, here!  Click the map to Zoom!

You can also use the “Look Inside” feature at Amazon to preview the map and first few chapters. Click to visit the book on Amazon –> A GAZILLION LITTLE BITS

 

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