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  • By Crista Rowe
    Jan 16, 2012
    The Last Legend explores the themes of fear and truth and much of that revolves around Bowen Blair. As a character, Bowen is very much a mystery. The reader almost always sees her through the eyes of others and even when she is actively involved in a scene, Bowen herself reveals nothing of her past. On the other hand, the guide for much of the journey, Kellan mac Couhlan, is the type of character that is easy to connect with. He has a tragic past but he's personable and is fascinated with the legend of the Fianna, or more specifically, the last one Bowen Blair. Kellan takes the reader on a journey of steady revelations (of Bowen and others) and does a good job of keeping the reader interested. Many of these truths are revealed in flashbacks, which I found myself eagerly anticipating. I'm also not ashamed to admit that I occasionally peaked ahead to look for the italicized print denoting a flashback so I'd know when some new revelation was coming. I'd have to say that my only criticism... More > is that some of the character internalization is too descriptive and in places I think it's a bit too dramatic. Overall, the plot is original, the characters are unique (seriously diggin' Don Guapo) and, with the exception of Bowen who always maintains a certain amount of mystique, wholly believable. I highly encourage you all to buy a copy and discover The Last Legend for yourself!< Less
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Product Details

October 10, 2011
Hardcover (dust-jacket)
Interior Ink
Black & white
1.12 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
6 wide x 9 tall
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