Various reviews of The Last Gasp
terrifying vision of the possible near future convincingly shows how drastically
things could change in a single generation. A riveting ecological thriller
that will have you sighing with relief that it all isn't true -- yet."
------- Publishers' Weekly.
"The Green Novel, or the Eco-Epic. This book tells the story of earthmen
being forced to leave their planet and start a new colony in space. The insertion
of real science gives it a threatening plausibility."
--------- The Sunday Times.
"Trevor Hoyle has combined Dr Strangelove and Raiders of the
Lost Ark and come up with a formula that works like a poisoned charm."
------- New York Daily News.
"A thrilling depiction of man's demise from the face of this planet.
The author's doomsday message is frightening and timely. Readers won't be
able to put this down."
--------- Library Journal.
"It's heady stuff, and Hoyle has done his homework. Using real science,
he paints a shuddering picture of what really could happen if global pollution
-------- Detroit Press.
"When planet Earth comes to the end of its days I propose a way to allocate
the seats in the last spaceship to escape our doomed planet. Have a contest!
Award the seats to the people who came closest to describing the exact means
by which Earth is destroyed -- or destroys itself. After reading The Last
Gasp I would guarantee Trevor Hoyle a seat."
-------- Tampa Tribune-Times.
"Here's a novel that's up-to-the-minute even if it was first published
several years ago. Man's military and technological madness has tipped the
world's ecological balance dangerously out of kilter. The very air we breathe
is threatened. It is a frightening vision of the future."
--------- Manchester Evening News.
"Trevor Hoyle succeeds in presenting -- with awesome credibility --
a vision of a man-made apocalypse. The Last Gasp is a landmark in the
emerging field of eco-fiction."
------- Washington Post.