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Reviewed by Grace Ruhara for Readers' Favorite
The Last Man: Final Bout by Sean Williams is the third installment of the Last Man series. It's about a feminist movement that wants to eliminate men and rule the world as a supreme authority run by women. Ian, the commander of the Pink Army, is not pleased with this and is determined to stop the madness, too. They have had battles before, but this is their final and only chance to succeed. He is guaranteed to win with a great plan, good training, and a supportive team. Surprisingly, after meeting Artemis, his feminist opponent, he discovers he cannot defeat her. With limited time, one winner must go home alive. Who will it be? What challenges will the winner have to overcome?
In The Last Man by Sean Williams, there are essential tips and lessons that I learned and appreciated very much. Ian's leadership skills are to die for. His attention, empathy, and willingness to allow each member to express their ideas and discuss them are commendable. This brought peace and orderliness and ensured the team aimed at the same agendas and goals. With these skills, one can use them anywhere—in the business world and even at home. I also loved the different stories that the characters narrated. The stories helped to cool down the heated atmosphere created by the tense environment brought out by the soldiers dying, the helplessness in the battle, the unexpected attacks, and the fighting scenes. The author complemented his excellent writing skills with vivid descriptions of actions at every stage, enabling a reader to create mental images of events as they unfolded.