If you loved Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel or The Book of M by Peng Shepherd, make Karma of the Sun your next read. This apocalyptic novel set in the Himalayas is the perfect winter read.
Karma of the Sun: On the eve of the apocalypse, a young Tibetan Sherpa hunts for his missing father in the ruined nuclear winterland of the Himalayas, racing against a final calamity that threatens to destroy what is left of all humanity, only to discover that his father’s disappearance may be linked to a mystical mountain connected to the afterworld—and a possible way to save their doomed future.
Brandon Ying Kit Boey is a novelist, poet, and lawyer living in Maine. Raised in various parts of Asia and elsewhere, Brandon decided to write this book because he had never seen a novel about the end of the world from an Asian perspective despite a richness of eastern cosmological and eschatological traditions.