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.
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Review: The Last ShipUser Review - Aerin - Goodreads
Soooooo, this book is a piece of shit! And not your garden-variety piece of shit, either, but a vomitous clusterfuck of truly offensive, misogynistic garbage. I stuck it out for a hundred pages, and ... Read full review
Review: The Last ShipUser Review - Patricia Kemp - Goodreads
I stopped reading this book. Drool, droll and boring unless you're obsessed with naval reading. I just couldn't tolerate this writing style. A rewrite bringing it up to modern age may be helpful if the author remembers that not all readers are so obsessed with navy protocol. Read full review