'The last five men on Earth . . . that's how the small expedition team felt - lost in unexplored desert and facing a dangerous enemy. On the second day giant insects abducted the team's leader - and then there were four. The next night the youngest member of the group was killed - and then there were three. Then the other men raced for safety but the weakest couldn't make it - and then there were two.
'Just two men against an army of super-intelligent extraordinarily strong creatures. But when the older of the two men surrendered to the enemy, there was just one - but only for a short, terrible time'. Source: publisher's blurb.