The Last of Us by ROB EWING

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The Last of Us sits in a crowded genre of apocalypse lit-fic. It’s competent enough, but with so many gripping, masterful alternatives – Station Eleven, The Road, Lord of the Flies – it struggles to be innovative or memorable.
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When a pandemic wipes out the entire population of a remote Scottish island, only a small group of children survive. How will they fend for themselves?
 

About ROB EWING

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Rob Ewing is a GP who spent several years living on a small island off the Scottish coast (with more than five other people). His poetry and short fiction have been published by New Writing UK, New Writing Scotland, and performed on BBC Radio. The Last of Us is his first novel.
 
Published January 1, 2017 by HARPER COLLINS.
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Reviewed by Tim Clare on Jun 15 2016

The Last of Us sits in a crowded genre of apocalypse lit-fic. It’s competent enough, but with so many gripping, masterful alternatives – Station Eleven, The Road, Lord of the Flies – it struggles to be innovative or memorable.

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