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Last One at the Party

Last One at the Party

Specially adapted for audio by the author.

Fleabag meets I Am Legend in this extraordinary novel of one woman’s survival in the face of the end of the world. Who will she be now that she is completely alone?

THE END OF EVERYTHING WAS HER BEGINNING

It’s November 2022.
The human race has been wiped out by the 6DM virus (Six Days Maximum – the longest you’ve got before your organs disintegrate and you melt from the inside out). The end of the world as we know it.

Yet someone is still alive. Alone in a new world of burning cities, rotting corpses and ravenous rats, one woman has survived. A woman who has spent her whole life compromising what she wants and hiding how she feels to meet other people’s expectations. From her career to her relationships, to what she wears and where she lives, she’s made a lifetime of decisions to fit what other people want her to be.

But with no one else left, who will she become now that she’s completely alone?

(P) 2020 Hodder & Stoughton Ltd
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Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Modern & Contemporary Fiction (post C 1945)

On Sale: 4th February 2021

Price: £19.99

ISBN-13: 9781529332155

Reviews

Really fun . . . like a dystopian Bridget Jones' Diary with echoes of Shaun of the Dead
Kate Sawyer
Scary, emotional - and truly a novel for our times!
The Sun
Brilliant. Creepy, witty, laugh-out-loud and shudder-inducing
Harriet Walker, author of <i>The New Girl</i>
I adored this book . . . It's about who you are with nobody to witness you, what it means to be human, and how to live (the answer is getting plastered in Harrod's, something we can all relate to)
Gillian McAllister
A fresh, frank, funny and surprisingly uplifting book about the end of the world
Elizabeth Kay, author of Seven Lies
Finished this last night and haven't stopped thinking about it since! Possibly my fave read of 2020 - sharp, funny, emotional and a refreshingly different take on a post-apocalyptic world
Lisa Hall