Macmillan Childrens Publishing Group

The Internet Apocalypse Trilogy

When the Internet suddenly and inexplicably stops working, Gladstone, a thirty-something New Yorker decides to find out who is behind this technological Apocalypse. Navigating a sea of Internet addicts in withdrawal, Gladstone encounters shadowy government forces, captains of industry, and masters of technology, as he is joined by a growing band of 21st century misfits in their attempt to reclaim the World Wide Web.

Books in this Series

Reports on the Internet Apocalypse
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Reports on the Internet Apocalypse

The Internet Apocalypse Trilogy (Volume 3)
Wayne Gladstone
St. Martin's Press

In Reports on the Internet Apocalypse, the third and final installment of the Internet Apocalypse Trilogy, Gladstone, the would-be Internet Messiah, finds himself in exile from America, falsely...

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Agents of the Internet Apocalypse
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Agents of the Internet Apocalypse

The Internet Apocalypse Trilogy (Volume 2)
Wayne Gladstone
St. Martin's Press

Gladstone, the so-called "Internet Messiah," has not only failed to bring back the Web, but his search has landed him in a New York City psychiatric ward. The rest of the world isn't doing so well...

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Notes from the Internet Apocalypse

Notes from the Internet Apocalypse

The Internet Apocalypse Trilogy (Volume 1)
Wayne Gladstone
St. Martin's Press

When the world suddenly loses all Internet access, one man, aided by a host of web addicts forced to live offline, chases down rumors that someone in New York still has the Net.

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About the author

Wayne Gladstone

WAYNE GLADSTONE is a longtime columnist for Cracked.com. He is the creator and star of the Hate by Numbers online video series. His writing has appeared on McSweeney's Internet Tendency, Comedy Central’s Indecision, and in the collections You Might Be A Zombie and Other Bad News and The McSweeney's Joke Book of Book Jokes. He is the author of The Internet Apocalypse Trilogy.

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