The last ship: a novel

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Viking, Feb 17, 1988 - Fiction - 616 pages
76 Reviews
A few survivors of World War III land on a tropical island to begin life anew.

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Easy pace as the story builds. - Goodreads
interesting plot, terrible writing. - Goodreads
Post-apocalyptic; intense imagery. - Goodreads
Well read, but a bit hard to read at first. - Goodreads
I just couldn't tolerate this writing style. - Goodreads
However, Brinkley's writing style was annoying. - Goodreads

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User Review  - Victoria - Goodreads

The plot is intriguing but the writing style is convoluted and difficult to get through. The author's perception of women is absurd and insulting. But I wanted to know what happened so I persevered ... Read full review

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User Review  - Meg McGregor - Goodreads

I know lots of people really like this book. I have read over 250 pages and just give up! The premise to the book I really liked since I love dystopian literature but I have read over a quarter of the ... Read full review

Contents

The Sword of the Fleet
1
Our City
129
Four Hours
135
Copyright

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