Length: 400 Pages
ONE HOTEL. TWENTY SURVIVORS. ONE OF YOU IS A KILLER.
'We defy you to pick up The Last and put it back down' Stylist
THE WORLD ENDS IN NUCLEAR WAR
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.
A WATERSTONES THRILLER OF THE MONTH
'A post-apocalyptic And Then There Were None' Irish Times
'A scarily plausible white-knuckle read' Erin Kelly
'Extraordinary' Emily St John Mandel
'Stephen King meets Agatha Christie' Luca Veste
'Compulsively readable' Daily Telegraph
'Dark, compelling, original' CJ Tudor
'One of those books you can't stop reading, but don't want to end' TM Logan
'Frighteningly believable' Jennie Melamed
WHAT READERS ARE SAYING ABOUT THE LAST
***** 'It's been a long time since a book gripped me as much as this one' Amazon Reviewer
***** 'My mind is still reeling' Goodreads Reviewer
***** 'I couldn't recommend this highly enough' Amazon Reviewer
***** 'Combines my favourite things about post-apocalyptic and mystery fiction. I can't recommend it highly enough' Goodreads Reviewer
***** 'Brilliant! The writing is fantastic' Amazon Reviewer
***** 'I adored it' Goodreads Reviewer
Length: 400 Pages
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
Dark, original, compelling
It is Jameson's portrayal both imaginative and plausible, of how her characters adapt to their new life that makes her novel such compulsive reading
A clever, original, scarily plausible white-knuckle read
A brilliantly imagined tale of suspicion, betrayal and survival in a world on the brink of extinction. One of those books that you can't stop reading - but don't want to end
Stephen King meets Agatha Christie, in this fantastic and highly original novel that I'll be recommending to readers for a long time to come. I loved every second of it! This is *the* book of 2019
Chillingly nightmarish - a gripping read
Gripping, and thoroughly and frighteningly believable. I could not put this book down
Jameson does an excellent job of exploring what nuclear war would mean for us . . . exploring what it would mean to live in a place where consequences no longer existed.
We defy you to pick up The Last and put it back down