The Last Girl on Earth

Narrated by: Kim Mai Guest
Length: 6 hrs and 22 mins
Categories: Teens, Ages 11-13
4 out of 5 stars (17 ratings)

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Fans of The 5th Wave will devour this heart-pounding sci-fi novel about a girl with a secret: on a near-future Earth taken over by aliens, she is the only human left alive.

Raised among them.

Li has a father and a sister who love her. A best friend, Mirabae, to share things with. She goes to school and hangs out at the beach and carefully follows the rules. She has to. Everyone she knows - her family, her teachers, her friends - is an alien. And she is the only human left on Earth.

A secret that could end her life.

The Abdoloreans hijacked the planet 16 years ago, destroying all human life. Li's human-sympathizer father took her in as a baby and has trained her to pass as one of them. The Abdoloreans appear human. But they don't think with human minds or feel with human hearts. And they have special abilities no human could ever have.

Fit in or die.

When Li meets Ryn, she's swept up in a relationship that could have disastrous consequences. How far will Li go to stay alive? Will she save herself - and in turn, the human race - or will she be the final witness to humanity's destruction?

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"A celebration of what it means to be human." (Katharine McGee, New York Times best-selling author of The Thousandth Floor)

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Mixed on this one

The narrator is really good. The writing is good too.
Right off though I'm annoyed with the character, she doesn't feel real or like she's constant. She can't do this or that with her bestie or sister, comes off as sad she cant but strong and resilient. Yet. A boy looks at her. That's all it takes to throw it all away and risk everything. And I mean literally looked, they never even spoke. Her best friend doesnt even question why now all of a sudden?