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Review, Synopsis, and Summary of the Novel The Last Human

The Last Human is the dystopian novel written by Ink Pieper where he presented the realistic vision of the near future. His world-building is worth the praise where he featured the environment similar to our experiences. This novel represents many horrible realities that the universe will encounter soon.

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Author: Ink Pieper

Genre: Science Fiction/ Dystopian Fiction/ Action Fiction

Pages: 310

Goodreads Rating:  3.00/5        

My Rating: 7 out of 10 

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Review and Summary of the Dystopian Novel The Last Human

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The author set this novel in Future America that became a dystopian land, sacrificing his own people for the sake of power. Government officials continue to torture their own people. The story starts with a young and handsome boy ‘’Clay’’ whose character is inspiring and brings light to the world full of despair.

Clay is a parentless teenager caught by the officials and placed in a dreadful camp where he witnesses the torture of innocent people. The public knows that they are being brought to the camps for testing and identification of the virus cure.

But the reality is something else, more cruel and frightening than the so-called virus. People die than living in the camp. Clay is a witty and straightforward man who come up with a lot of impulsive decisions in the novels. Sometimes he suffers because of his vulgar mouth. He falls in love with Lily who is the ray of hope in the dreadful night. They make a plan of escape and struggle to get out of the mess throughout the story.  The story leaves you with the heartbreak and tears and makes you realise that the world will be the same if we continue to live as we do.

Final Thoughts on the Dystopian Novel The Last Human

Overall, the story is amazing and based on the setting that makes you feel like this is happening in the real world. The characters are strong and rich with emotions, especially the character of ”Clay”.

I love the character, its strength, the straight-forwardness and the intensity of the emotions it possesses. I rated the book 9 out of 10 due to its excellent plotting and the upheaval of emotions it brings.

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