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The last ship : a novel

The survival of the human race depends on the desperate courage of the men and women on an American ship. As uncontrollable events occur, an extremely precarious arrangement is made with the women on board for the sake of safety and of human hope.

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  • "In the aftermath of nuclear war, the Navy destroyer "Nathan James" and its crew--including twenty-six women--searches the seas for a place where survival would be possible."
  • "The survival of the human race depends on the desperate courage of the men and women on an American ship. As uncontrollable events occur, an extremely precarious arrangement is made with the women on board for the sake of safety and of human hope."@en
  • ""The unimaginable has happened. The world has been plunged into all-out nuclear war. Sailing near the Arctic Circle, the USS Nathan James is relatively unscathed, but the future is grim and Captain Thomas is facing mutiny from the tattered remnants of his crew. With civilization in ruins, he urges those who remain--152 men and 26 women--to pull together in search of land. Once they reach safety, however, the men and women on board realize that they are Earth's last remaining survivors--and they've all been exposed to radiation. When none of the women seems able to conceive, fear sets in. Will this be the end of humankind?"--Page 4 of cover."@en
  • "ESPIONAGE & SPY THRILLER. "An extraordinary novel of men at war" ("The Washington Post") and the bestselling book that inspired the TNT televison series The unimaginable has happened. The world has been plunged into all-out nuclear war. Sailing near the Arctic Circle, the U.S.S. Nathan James is relatively unscathed, but the future is grim and Captain Thomas is facing mutiny from the tattered remnants of his crew. With civilization in ruins, he urges those that remain--one-hundred-and-fifty-two men and twenty-six women--to pull together in search of land. Once they reach safety, however, the men and women on board realize that they are earth's last remaining survivors--and they've all been exposed to radiation. When none of the women seems able to conceive, fear sets in. Will this be the end of humankind? For readers of "Going Home" by A. American, "Lights Out" by David Crawford, "The End "and "The Long Road" by G. Michael Hopf, and "One Second After" by William Forstchen."
  • "The captain of the nuclear destroyer, Nathan James, recounts his ship's role in the nuclear holocaust and the struggles and pressures encountered as the ship journeys through a world in ruins."
  • "The captain of the nuclear destroyer, Nathan James, recounts his ship's role in the nuclear holocaust and the struggles and pressures encountered as the ship journeys through a world in ruins."@en
  • "The unimaginable has happened. The world has been plunged into all-out nuclear war. Sailing near the Arctic Circle, the U.S.S. Nathan James is relatively unscathed, but the future is grim and Captain Thomas is facing mutiny from the tattered remnants of his crew. With civilization in ruins, he urges those that remain--one-hundred-and-fifty-two men and twenty-six women--to pull together in search of land. Once they reach safety, however, the men and women on board realize that they are earth's last remaining survivors--and they've all been exposed to radiation. When none of the women seems able to conceive, fear sets in. Will this be the end of humankind?"@en

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  • "Fiction"@en
  • "Fiction"
  • "Science fiction"@en
  • "Antiwar stories"@en
  • "Dystopias"@en
  • "Adventure stories"
  • "Electronic books"@en

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