The Last One by Alexandra Oliva
This is an excellent tale of morally flawed Zoo who took part in a new gruelling reality show. She knew she would be tested to the limits of her endurance but she didn’t expect this. Treking on her own through deserted towns and gruesome props. This is a gripping unsentimental tale of survival. This pushes the boundaries of Zoo’s indefatigable shadowy quietly observant journey just to the edge of plausible.
This has triumph and regret and calamities dismissed as a harmless nuisance. Zoo is fanciful, wary and afraid. This has nightmarish tension, torment and doubt and melancholy withdrawal from reality in apparently hopeless circumstances.
“He thinks they taste of industrialization.”
“They don’t yet regret the decision.”