No one knows how the world will end.
On a secret compound in the Washington wilderness, Honey Juniper and her sisters are training to hunt, homestead, and protect their own. Prepare for every situation.
But when danger strikes from within, putting her sisters at risk, training becomes real life, and only one thing is certain:
Nowhere is safe.
"A twisting, suspenseful YA thriller about sisterhood, survival, and family secrets set in the world of doomsday prepping."—The Children's Book Council
"A riveting, pulse-pounding story about family, love, and what happens when the end of the world turns out to be the beginning. I loved the fierce, funny, and fantastic Juniper sisters."—Kathleen Glasgow, The New York Times bestselling author of Girl in Pieces
“An impressive, immersive, addictive tale of a world that never ends—the beating heart of sisters, breathtaking and unstoppable.”—Emily Murdoch, author of If You Find Me
“The moment I picked up Last Girls I fell in love with the Juniper Sisters. Full of twists, turns, and adventure, this action-packed tale of love, loyalty, and betrayal kept me on the edge of my seat until the very end, then left me wanting more.”—Suzanne Lazear, author of The Aether Chronicles
"ABAO: All bets are off in this intense, action-packed thriller. Last Girls is both a sister story with heart and a deep-dive into Doomsday Prepper culture that will keep you up all night turning pages."—Kelly deVos, author of Day Zero
"Last Girls is a harrowing view into a world where sisterly bonds are sealed in blood, and doomsday is only a breath away. Demetra Brodsky's portrayal of three girls living on the fringes of society, learning to question authority, identity, and the definition of family, kept me riveted until the final page."—Gillian French, Edgar Award nominated author of The Missing Season and The Lies They Tell
"Tense and compulsively readable . . . I won’t be forgetting the Juniper sisters any time soon."—Kara Thomas, author of The Cheerleaders
"Brodsky weaves a suspenseful tale reflective of the current political landscape, interwoven with Shakespearean subtext . . . this is a story of survival and figuring out who to trust in a world where the characters have been taught to trust no one."—School Library Journal
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