Last Woman 2

Last Woman 2

After losing her entire family in a tragic accident, Faye Wills follows a path of depression and alcohol abuse in an attempt to bury her pain. Her course of self-destruction places her in an alcohol induced coma. When she wakes, she discovers the world was besieged by a virus and she was left for dead on top of a mound of bodies in a football stadium.

The world is a barren and desolate place and it works in Faye’s favor. With no desire to live, she sets a goal of making it home to die. Then she encounters Dodge and two young boys. They ignite a spark long lost in Faye. That spark is the will to live.

Following radio calls, they decide to join a growing camp of survivors. Until they discover that not only is Faye a survivor, she is the last surviving woman on earth. Suddenly the rules change. Faye is no longer safe in the growing violent world.

Marauders chase her and what is left of the government, actively seek her, stopping at nothing until they retrieve Faye.

While trying desperately to find a haven for her, Dodge and the boys, Faye must also discover her place and role in a world without women. Weighing the decision of what she wants to do against what she should do.

The continuation of man’s existence begins with Faye.

Title:Last Woman 2
ISBN:null

    Last Woman 2 Reviews

  • Keather Thompson

    I am a fan of this author but The Last Woman and The Last Woman 2 are the very best of them. The characters are so real, with flaws like we all have. Faye lost her husband and children in a terrible c...

  • Shelly

    Great read!I am definitely partial to post apocalyptic stories, but this became a favorite. The characters are interesting and multi-faceted. I loved that they weren’t portrayed in a black and white...

  • Brian

    Not as good as the first book “The Last Woman, 1”For me the book moved slowly given that the principle characters often gave the same description of an event but from their prospective. A lot of d...

  • Margaret Boyd

    Excellent reading!From the moment you discover Faye you’re hooked! The story is captivating. There are many similar story lines out there but what makes this book different are the characters. They ...

  • Julianne G Cockey

    No zombies! GoodI enjoyed and was entertained by this well written book. I read The Last Woman in one day and the sequel the next. Smooth reading with no jump out scary parts. I'm a Disney fan so horr...

  • Pam Shelton-Anderson

    Good second book to a very good series. There are a few editing issues but tolerable. I felt like this wrapped up very quickly and seemed odd that she was just allowed to leave. Still an excellent tal...

  • gloria marquardt

    Not as good as the first but very satisfying in the end. Not my favorite format but necessary to the story, The attack on com command was not realistic . The rebels would have been killed trying to st...

  • Tina

    Great seriesThe main character went through a metamorphosis that was interesting to watch. I was rooting for her to find her way in the world. Enjoyable read from beginning to end. ...

  • Marisa Thompson

    Love this! What an amazing book! The concept of this book is not something I've encountered before in other books of the genre and it was refreshing and well written. Great job!...

  • Scott Prentice

    Good ending to an apocolypseGlad I found this series, most don't make you feel good with the end of the world, but this offered hope...