The Last Man Anthology: Tales of Catastrophe, Disaster, and Woe edited by Hunter Liguore – Review
Post-apocalyptic visions of the future, natural and man-made disasters, the end of the world as we know it, plagues, alien invasions: there are so many ways to die, to snuff it, to bite the big one (insert your own favorite euphemism for death here), that its a wonder mankind has lasted as long as it already has. In The Last Man Anthology: Tales of Catastrophe, Disaster, and Woe, edited by the talented Hunter Liguore (who has also contributed a short story to the collection entitled The Last Soucouyant), and inspired by Mary W. Shelleys futuristic novel, The Last Man, contains 41 short stories and poems about what it would be like to be the last man living on Earth. Thats enough to please the most hard-core fan of science fiction that deals with dystopian futures.
The short stories and... [via Bookspotcentral]