After the Crash – Liesl Saayman
This book is fictional. The entirety of the work is based on a fictional representation of the prediction of the fall of western civilization, the end of the world as we know it. This is however not fantasy since the representations in this book are based on forecasts by historians, economists, philosophers and the fall of empires before us. This book even though fictional, can just as well be a presentation of the lives of our grandchildren, if not our children. This is how close the expected fall of the world into demise, anarchy and chaos is. If we don’t change our ways, if we don’t start to value ethics above goods, moral above materialism and discipline above liberation, then this might very well be our story.