The Last

The Last

The post-apocalyptic thriller that will keep you up all night

Summary

'We defy you to pick up The Last and put it back down' Stylist
'Extraordinary' Emily St John Mandel, Station Eleven

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TWENTY SURVIVORS. ONE HOTEL. ONE KILLER.

The world as we know it has ended.

You and nineteen other survivors hole up in an isolated Swiss hotel.

You wait, you survive.

Then you find the body.

One of your number has blood on their hands.

The race is on to find the killer.

Before the killer finds you...

Finished Station Eleven and Contagion and looking for your next pulse-pounding, speculative read? Look no further than The Last. This Waterstones Thriller of the month will sweep you into a world of fascinating characters and compulsive mystery.
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'One of those books you can't stop reading, but don't want to end' TM Logan, The Holiday

'Dark, compelling, original' CJ Tudor, The Burning Girls

'A scarily plausible white-knuckle read' Erin Kelly, We Know You Know

'Stephen King meets Agatha Christie' Luca Veste, You Never Said Goodbye

'Frighteningly believable' Jennie Melamed, Gather the Daughters

'Compulsively readable' Daily Telegraph

'A post-apocalyptic And Then There Were None' Irish Times

Reviews

  • The Last is a brilliantly executed novel, and the questions Jameson poses-who will be with you at the end of the world, and what kind of person will you be?-are as haunting as the plot itself. This is a chilling and extraordinary book
    Emily St John Mandel, author of 'Station Eleven'

About the author

Hanna Jameson

Hanna Jameson wrote her first book at the age of seventeen, which was later nominated for the John Creasey Dagger Award. She's a bestselling author (Something You Are, Girl Seven, Those Crazy Freeways, The Last) and is currently working on screen projects. Hanna is a blackbelt in Taekwondo and ordained Reverend. She speaks three languages to an extremely mediocre level. No, you are not allowed to know where she lives. Do not approach. Considered armed and dangerous. Her next book, Are You Happy Now, is out in 2023.
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