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Title The Last Server  
ISBN 9789814868150
Imprint Marshall Cavendish Editions
H.J. Pang
Specifications 130 x 198mm / 224pp / paperback
Publication Date Oct-2019
Target Audience General
Price (SGD) SGD 18.68
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About the Book

A post-apocalyptic Singapore, a secret computer cult and one man’s desperate search for his son.

After a geomagnetic storm, Singapore is plunged into near-total devastation. With Fusionopolis as the new high-tech base of the secret society conglomerate that has taken control of the island and a server system located under the Gardens by the Bay, Singapore in the aftermath is an unrecognizable nightmare.

From Woodlands Checkpoint, Greg Lin travels along the ravaged MRT lines to find his son who has been kidnapped for experimentation. Along the way, he joings forces with a computer cult that seeks to find the last of the world’s data that can help rebuild society. Together with the remnants of the Singapore Armed Forces, Greg storms the triad’s secret facility at Marina Bay, in an explosive climax where he makes a staggering discovery.

Searing, unsettling and at times, darkly funny, The Last Server is at once a riveting thriller and meditation on what we take for granted, when the possibility of disaster is always just on the horizon.

About the Author

H.J. Pang has been writing since 2007 and has had short stories published in various international collections. Aside from fantasy and post-apocalyptic fiction, he also writes slice-of-life stories inspired by his daily observations. He has participated in the SWF and NAC's Mentor Access Programme, a nd is currently undergoing a masters programme in engineering. When not doing experiments and writing research papers, H.J is usually touring around the country and writing whenever he can. He lives by the belief that there is something to be learnt from every story and experience, no matter how dismal.
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