- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 751 KB
- Print Length: 217 pages
- Publisher: Never Did Point North Publishing (6 Nov. 2015)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B017PGRR2A
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 3 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #358,200 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I realized that I had to judge the book based on the content not my reaction to the ending so here goes.
The writing is excellent. The editing and flow of the story is great, the character draw you in and you take the journey with them as their relationship develops, this books is absolutely great until the epilogue some people will read it and think it was a great twist for me I was just angry but that has to do with the fact that I like very clear cut happily ever afters
This book is worth the read I would suggests not reading the epilogue.
K.S. Thomas created poetry within her writing. Her use of imagery and metaphors caused me to pause for a moment of reflection. Almost all of the dialogue between the characters had clever sayings, maybe similes, too, if I remember the definition from H.S English class, that had me chuckling and praising her wit in my mind.
So, now, I will attempt to be sort of, kind of, poetic when I compare the author’s writing in this book to a Vahz, yes, I’m talking about a vase, so bare with my quirkiness for a sec. lol Like a Vahz, the story was gracefully handcrafted and artfully presented, showing meticulous attention to detail. Penn and Beatrix "Trix”are beautifully flawed just like the cracks in an antique china doll, but unlike the doll, their cracks run far beneath the surface.
“All I ever wanted was to be there to take care of you after you caught whatever was coming your way, so you can go back and catch more.”~Penn
A moment of silence…sigh..
‘Last Girl’ shows how one can become entrapped in heartache and pain, and seemingly think that there is no way out. How a heart can sink to the very depths of the ocean without a glimmer of light. I was introduced to a whole new perspective of love and loss, with the underlying message that every heart can heal. In time, there comes a transformative moment in one’s life that allows that person to free themselves from the prison they punished themselves in.
Okay, just one itty bitty cliché’. Expect the unexpected. Seriously, this book is no joke. ;) The epilogue showcases the writer’s obvious talent.
I give, Last Girl, 5 stars written on a fogged up bathroom mirror. '
The book is roller coaster of emotions for both the characters and the reader. This book is fantastically written and I want to be clear about that, because I spent most of the book thinking that the story just seemed too forced, something just didn’t ring true about it. The relationship, with its wide mood swings just seemed too unbalanced to work.
I did eventually warm up to the love story and just when I was feeling comfortable with the everything-is going-to work-out conclusion that seemed to be coming as the end of the book loomed, I got kicked in teeth with one emotional twist after another. The ending had me spitting mad and realizing that it all suddenly made sense. I am not a huge fan of Nicholas Sparks style tearjerkers, but I am aware that they are wildly popular with a huge portion of fiction readers, so I am sure this particular book, though not my cup of tea, is destined for success.
I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review
I got hooked into this book pretty quickly and then read it straight through. There were some things I didn't expect, that I found to be really interesting developments to the story and kept me engaged throughout. Trix is an easy character to care about. She is a smart, and driven person who is trying hard to live her life after the death of her twin brother. Penn is a cocky guy who is actually really easy to like as well despite some of his overt behaviors. It is clear that through all their bickering and fighting they both care about each other in a very complete way. It is unclear whether they could ever have a relationship beyond the one they forged out of grief and necessity. As they both start to acknowledge what they both really want from each other, everything starts to fall into place in a wonderful way.
I don't really want to give anything away, but I'll mention that I was really emotionally invested by the end and I was certainly experiencing a variety of feelings but the end of the book. There is a thing at the very end of the book that I'm not quite sure how I feel about. I think whether you love it or hate it, it will give you something to think about.
I enjoyed this book and would gladly read more by this author in the future.
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