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The Last Girl (The Dominion Trilogy #1)

A mysterious worldwide epidemic reduces the birthrate of female infants from 50 percent to less than 1 percent. Medical science and governments around the world scramble in an effort to solve the problem, but twenty-five years later there is no cure, and an entire generation grows up with a population of fewer than a thousand women.Zoey and some of the surviving young women are housed in a scientific research compound dedicated to determining the cause. For two decades, shes been isolated from her family, treated as a test subject, and locked awaytold only that the virus has wiped out the rest of the worlds population.Captivity is the only life Zoey has ever known, and escaping her heavily armed captors is no easy task, but shes determined to leave before she is subjected to the next round of testsa program that no other woman has ever returned from. Even if shes successful, Zoey has no idea what shell encounter in the strange new world beyond the facilitys walls. Winning her freedom will take brutality she never imagined she possessed, as well as all her strength and cunningbut Zoey is ready for war....

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The Last Girl (The Dominion Trilogy #1) Reviews

  • ☮Karen

    Sometime in the not too distant future.  Following a war and a plague, female births have declined dramatically for reasons unknown.  Much of the population is gone, especially females,  and  the authorities have locked up several  of the the surviving young women into a large facility where they spend all their  time indoors, being studied, manipulated, and fighting with each other until they reach the ripe age of 21.  Then they are permanently separated out, apparently to get busy having babie ...more

  • Hannah Guha

    Only slightly better than awful. Sneaky advertising led me to select this book as a Kindle First, even though I just KNEW it was going to be another dystopian, faux-mighty female driven disappointment.

    Firstly, you can definitely tell that this book was written by a man. The main character Zoey is completely unbelievable as a woman. Even though at 21, she's still just a girl. Somehow she is miraculously is the gun whisperer, having an innate knowledge of various weapons and is a stellar markswom

  • Stepheny

    My free book courtesy of Kindle Firsts.

  • Melissa ♥ Dog/Wolf Lover ♥ Martin

    MY BLOG: Melissa Martin's Reading List

    I got this book free through the Kindle First program.


    I thought this book was great and it really ticked me off what these people were doing to these girls.

    Supposedly, this virus/plague came through and did something to where there were hardly any females born, so this group of jerks in the government (naturally) goes through and nabs all of the baby girls, or young girls they could find and bring them back to the compound. They kill a l

    "The Dearth," Penny reads from the chapter heading. "Late in the year two thousand sixteen, a noticeable drop in female births became apparent across the globe. At first it was by only several percent but soon after, in mid-two thousand seventeen, the rate dropped to well below half of the previous year's. By fall of the year two thousand eighteen, despite an unprecedented, scientific undertaking by the National Obstetric Alliance, female births were recorded at less than one in one hundred million.

    These girls are kept in this type of mountainside compound for "their protection." Yeah, they are kept in cells and they can't have any contraband, which is books, gum... you know normal stuff. The only thing these girls know is the same stupid book they have to read for class every day about why all of this stuff is going on, rules, blah blah, stuff like that. They have no freedom to leave their cells unless their assigned cleric (young guy usually) takes them out to go to the cafeteria and to walk around to get some exercise. If they act up, they get thrown in solitary. I mean really, these people are supposed to be protecting you.

    Supposedly, at your twenty-first birthday you get to go into The Program where you meet up with your parents and are taken to the safe zone. Bwhahahaahah... safe zone.

    Like all of the girls believe that, there are not that many of them, but the smart ones are like.. hmmm.. yeah..

    Zoey is the main character and I love her. She takes care of another girl named Lily that seems to have a disability, she does the best she can to help her. She has Meeka and Terra as friends too, but as the story begins Terra is being sent to the "SAFE ZONE."

    There are a few other girls that are the bad girls and they do some evil things, but we always have those people. There are some really nice guards and clerics and some evil ones.

    At one point some things happen to Zoey and she decides she is going to try to break out of this compound.. it's called the ARC (all I could think of when they said that was Advanced Reader Copies)..anyhoo, she does manage to get away and find out some really messed up stuff! These people are evil and cruel and bat-shit nuts!

    Zoey makes it to this group of people and they find a way back. Zoey is not going to leave what friends she has left behind to go through what she saw when she was breaking out. She came back ready!

    I have to say this was just a very sad situation. So many people died in the book, but certain other ones made it. The very end brought a tear to my eye because that's what I do. There was just so much that was so sad, but still a good book!

    I very much enjoyed this book and I look forward to the next one in the series! ...more

  •  Charlie - A Reading Machine

    The Last Girl – Book One The Dominion Trilogy by Joe Hart

    Published by Thomas & Mercer

    An old fashioned, science fiction cat and mouse story that combines all the now ‘traditional’ tropes of the YA post apocalyptic dystopian genre with a horrifying premise and super hero like protagonist. Whilst the first half of the book is quite tempered and focused on world building, the second half really opens up and has more action than your average Tom Cruise movie.

    There are no female babies being born

  • Shelby *trains flying monkeys*

    I have one of those weirdo fascinations with books with a dystopian theme. That whole end of the world thing just draws me in.

    Now just because I read a bunch of them don't think I'm the one to save your bum when the crud hits the fan. I'll probably be dead in just a few seconds. I'm not much for living without coffee and toilet paper.

    In this scenario all the girl babies have stopped being born. Some kind of epidemic stuff happens and it changed everything. The government steps in. You know that

  • Fabi

    So much tragedy. So much emotion. This is a spellbinding story of survival. An action packed, emotion filled dystopian with shades of apocalypse. A heart-stopping, thrilling ride with our heroine.

    Zoey, oh sweet, strong Zoey. So much destruction. So much pain.

    4.5 stars for this superbly well written story. I'm keeping half a star back for a plot twist that I wish had gone in a different direction. Nothing but personal preference. It worked well the way it was presented.

    This is how a book should b

  • Tina

    This was a Kindle First read for February so I got to read it for free. Here's the deal on this - it was a very engaging read. In fact, it was such a page turner that I stayed up late last night. I'd read the next book in the series. The problems, however, are REALLY irritating (SPOILER-ISH):

    1. I understand keeping the girls under lock and key. I even get that they're in a military installation under lock and key. But WHY waste time psychologically torturing them when they break a rule? That jus