THE LAST MAN
Is it possible to ever make up for a murder? A bloody murder leads to the incarceration of Max, a victim of circumstance. Feeding on a strange moss that grows on his cell's wall, Max gradually develops supreme mental abilities.
After 30 years in solitary confinement, Max no longer needs to leave his cell to feel free.
He can hear other people's thoughts, change matter and perceptions, transmit his thoughts over tremendous distances, live forever… remarkable powers indeed.
But Max has been noticed by powerful forces who see him as a threat to their plans. Forces that will stop at nothing to draw him into the open and destroy him.
Soon Max will drift into a secret struggle. For under the veneer of civilization, there is a war for world domination… and there can only be one winner.
A thriller without clichés. Even if you're not a classic Sci-Fi fan, you don't want to miss this book. Forget the last Batman, go for The Last Man.
It's impossible not to recognize in the book, as in a crooked mirror, our faces, with all our phobias and paranoia. The society for science fiction and fantasy. The plot kept drawing me to look again and again at what happens next. The book moves continuously from one crisis to another, with a rhythmical flowing writing. A lot of things happen to the heroes and their vague morality keeps it hard to predict the next events...
360 Degrees culture Magazine
Vietnam, telepathy and a visit inside Hitler's fevered mind are the well-made baits that hook "the last man" at the front of our skulls. The fast transitions between radicalized characters and remote sites, developed through well-worded personal experiences are exactly what
a Sci-Fi book requires.
The society for science fiction and fantasy
The plot kept drawing me to look again and again at what happens next. The book moves continuously from one crisis to another, with a rhythmical flowing writing. A lot of things
happen to the heroes and their vague morality keeps it hard to predict the next events...
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