The Last Ship: A Novel

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Ballantine Books, 1989 - Fiction - 616 pages
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The unimaginable horror of total nuclear war has been let loose upon the world, and only one ship, the Nathan James, with 152 men and 26 women aboard, has survived. Her captain narrates the electryfing story of this crew's voyage through the hell of nuclear winter, their search for survivial, and the fate of mankind when they find an uncontaminated paradise.
"Beautifully written...A magnificent book."
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The writing style pulled this down to three stars. - Goodreads
interesting plot, terrible writing. - Goodreads
Easy pace as the story builds. - Goodreads
Well read, but a bit hard to read at first. - Goodreads
I just couldn't tolerate this writing style. - Goodreads
Some reviewers find his prose tedious, but I did not. - Goodreads

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User Review  - Jennifer - Goodreads

I debated between 1 or 2 stars. The writing style was terrible. Use a flipping period! It felt like entire chapters were one long run on sentence that didn't actually say anything. However, I am a fan ... Read full review

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This was an "after the apocalypse" novel that caught my attention immediately and held me spellbound through the entire time I read it, though I can't really say why. It was slow-moving, but had ... Read full review

Contents

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

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Brink is a contributing consultant, columnist and writer for MuscleMag International. He is a consultant to several supplement companies and a judge for the National Physique Committee and Ms. Fitness USA.

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