These five books have “Last” in their title. Sometimes its not so good to be last, but sometimes it can be a blessing too!
Truthfully I don’t know what or who the last guard is! However I am going to say it refers to Anchors who are part of a secretive designation whose task it is to stabilize the PsyNet. And to the two main characters, both Anchors. Now the critical psychic network is dying, threatening to collapse and kill the entire Psy race with it. So Canto and Payal Rao are the last guard I do believe.
Last Guard is the most recent in the Psy Changeling series and I am always in awe of how Nalini Singh weaves a story that is engaging and has characters I love. Her books, and this one is a great example, are rich and deep. Full of wisdom about life and speaks to our world today.
Well I do know what the word last means in this book. The last bookshop standing in war torn London during the Second World War.
Grace finds herself in London as the war begins. While she isn’t a reader her mother’s friend pushes her into a bookshop job with Mr. Evans. It’s an old dusty place with books everywhere. Before long Grace finds she has a place there and slowly builds a love of books and reading. 4.5 stars
What happens one last night in London during the bombing that changed a lot of things? It takes most of the book for us to find out.
The characters are well developed and I really felt for them. I felt saddened by some of the war events, and chuckled at some of the gentle humour at other times. There are secrets, some betrayal, love that endures and heartbreak. Well really this book has so much to offer.
During World War 2 it was only allowable that men would be the correspondents on the ground in the war zones.
In The Last Correspondent Soraya M. Lane gives us a graphic portrayal of what it was like for women correspondents to do what they so strongly felt called to do. Report what was happening at the front of World War 2.
And guess who is there when it really counts. Yes I will tell you – the women!
And where possible I like to include one I haven’t read yet, but sits awaiting. I’ve read some good things about this book.
Before Owen Michaels disappears, he manages to smuggle a note to his beloved wife of one year: Protect her. So I am guessing that’s the last thing he told his wife, to take care of his 16 year old daughter from a previous relationship.
I’ll have to read it to see what unfolds.