The "shocking [and] powerful" classic of postapocalyptic terror by the Nebula Award–winning author of The Iron Dragon's Daughter (New York Daily News). It's been one hundred years since Three Mile Island went into full meltdown, filling the atmosphere with a radioactive poison that would contaminate the skies for hundreds of generations. Since then, the area around the island—now known as the Drift—has been a wasteland of disease and deformity, madness and monsters. It's been one hundred years since humanity knew what order and hope were. The Drift has a law unto itself—one of vampires and mutants and outcasts left to struggle for daily survival. Within its bounds, the simplest act—even asking the wrong questions—can mean death. Or worse. Praised by George R. R. Martin as "a potent new myth from the reality of radioactive waste," In the Drift is an inventive and unsettling look at the lives of those who are left to deal with the fallout of a nuclear disaster—a towering work of postapocalyptic fiction that provokes conversation and consideration even as it produces nightmares.