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Reviewed by Romuald Dzemo for Readers' Favorite
Imagine a world without men, a world completely taken over by a powerful feminist movement! The Last Man by Sean Williams is the first book in a trilogy, a spellbinding rescue story featuring Ian, returning from exile with a lot of training and experience to his name at a time when the world is threatened by a radical and fanatical feminist movement that is determined to reduce the population of men and enslave those who are fortunate enough not to fall under the raging tide of Femtheism. It’s the time of the deification of womanhood and it comes with dire consequences. Only one man can stop this terrible takeover. Can Ian muster the strength and the discipline it takes to outwit such a formidable adversary?
The Last Man is the kind of book that will have readers laughing and falling off their chairs. The plot is well developed, with powerful, intense scenes that almost literally blow the mind. It’s a brilliant satire on extreme feminism, a wild joke that seems so believable because it is written in a grand style and with honesty. Williams uses humor with unusual mastery, it flows naturally in his prose and permeates every scene. With the same mastery, the author explores themes like heroism, religious fanaticism, love, and many others. Apart from the mission to tackle Femtheism, it will be interesting for most readers to watch the development of the relationship between Ian and Mandy, a relationship so fraught with tension and passion, and so assuring that it becomes a source of inspiration. Sean Williams' work will greatly appeal to a variety of readers, but brace yourself for surprising blows if you are a feminist. Intelligently written and highly entertaining!