Sean Williams Portrait

How It All Began...

The Last Man Trilogy is an almost 10-year Odyssey for me, started in graduate school sometime in 2014 and culminating in the release of the third and final book sometime in the spring or early summer of 2022. Going into this book series, I managed to write a pretty good series because my thought process was if “I am not going to write a book series that I would not read myself.” An example of this was I tried reading Harry Potter, but it was just so boring and so slow developing that I put the shit on the shelf and have not touched the one or two books bought for me in almost two decades. While the book is not for everyone living in the PC era where 50% of the population of western society is triggered by everything, its whatever. Call it: racist, sexist, misogynistic, xenophobic, transphobic, homophobic, Islamophobic, and any other word that gets created to describe how it hurts peoples feeling; I don’t really give a shit. This book series was designed for two specific groups, the 18-45 crowd which was considered a tough group to get to read, and the young male population which is considered a lost cause when it comes to reading. Considering the fact that my best friend read both previous installments in a few days to a week and loved them, combined with the fact that he admits he has never read a book since early childhood, even in college, he admitted to me that he never read any text from any class; not sure if this is more a compliment to me or an indictment of the absolute cesspool and waste of time that public school and higher education have dissolved into. Even a young dyslexic college student loved both books, I was her tutor a gave them to her out of a need to figure a way to get her to enjoy reading and expressing her thoughts and opinions. Read the reviews and give it a try, I think you will be pleasantly surprised, and if you hate it then go ahead and burn it. If you pay, what you do with your personal property is your business, your monetary contribution; greatly accepted.

Sean Williams