The Last Survivor

Rated 4.20/5 based on 5 reviews
Who or what is destroying the village where you've lived for your entire life? As everything you know and love is taken away, can you keep your cool and survive while others give in to panic? This short story describes such an event and explores an interesting shift in perspective.
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  • Category: Fiction » Adventure » Action
  • Words: 1,590
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781310629297
About David R. Stookey

For my day job, I'm an engineer at a digital printer manufacturing company in western New York. I'm also a husband, the father of two fantastic girls and a neurotic little dachshund named "Misty."

As an undergraduate, my focus was primarily mathematics and physics. I guess I ultimately needed the "nerdy stuff" for my career, but the class I enjoyed the most was an "Introduction to Writing Fiction." Not only did I learn the basics for my own writing; I got to hear a wide variety of perspectives and techniques from other students.

I still have a great deal to learn, and e-publishing seems like the perfect way to get started.

When I'm not writing, I enjoy flying, skiing and backpacking with my girls. Thanks for taking the time to visit my page, and I hope you enjoy the stories.

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Review by: James Jenkins on March 11, 2017 :
Wow, great read, when I got to the end and understanding dawned, I had to read it again.

The only problem I have with the story, is that the timing of an entire life and the event seem inappropriate.
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Review by: tfshane on Jan. 11, 2017 :
Can't think of what to say that won't give away the ending.
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Review by: Adarsh on May 16, 2016 :
The Last Survivor
Rating :2.8
Here's another twist maker. You got it.when comes to think about it broadly, the author has a great vision over the animal kingdom too. They also have emotions but the fact is we don't care is the summary I got from this piece of work. I couldn't have expect the twist but I read the climax first. A fine read.
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Review by: Mary Blackwell on May 7, 2016 :
I really wasn't expecting the twist at the end! The story of our protagonist's struggle was quite nail-biting too.
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Review by: Evan Asher on May 3, 2016 :
An excellent well-written story with a surprise ending. I look forward to more from this author.
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