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Walters, Eric

Entry updated 12 September 2022. Tagged: Author.

(1957-    ) Canadian teacher and author, most of his seventy or so Young Adult tales being nonfantastic, though he has begun in the twenty-first century to publish sf. The End of Days sequence, comprising End of Days (2011) Regenesis (2015), centres on a UFO-like scenario, the abduction by Aliens of the world's best Scientists, leaving their families to mourn; it is left to the young protagonists to save their families. In the sequel, an Asteroid strikes Earth, perhaps causing the End of the World, though a sixteen-year-old boy, captaining a Space Station with other survivors, may save the day. In the Rule of Three sequence beginning with The Rule of Three (2014), a worldwide shutdown of all electronics (including Computers and the internet) causes a sudden collapse of civilization; the narrative leaves the territory of tales like Stephen King's Cell (2006) as the young protagonist and his family find they must transform their suburban community into a defensive Keep in order to stay alive. These series may not break new ground, but they are competent and knowing. [JC]

Eric Robert Walters

born Toronto, Ontario: 3 March 1957

works (highly selected)


End of Days

  • End of Days (Toronto, Ontario: Doubleday Canada, 2011) [End of Days: pb/]
  • Regenesis (Toronto, Ontario: Doubleday Canada, 2015) [End of Days: pb/Dreamstime, Vasyl Duda]

The Rule of Three

  • The Rule of Three (New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2014) [Rule of Three: hb/Paul Young]
    • Fight For Power (New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2015) [vt of the above: Rule of Three: hb/Paul Young]
  • Nothing to Fear (New York:, 2014) [story: ebook: first appeared 11 March 2014: Rule of Three: na/Thom Tenery]
  • Will To Survive (New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2016) [Rule of Three: hb/Paul Young]

individual titles

  • Visions (Toronto, Ontario: Fitzhenry and Whiteside, 2011) [pb/]


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