5 edition of Last words found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 211-236) and index.
|Statement||by C. Bernard Ruffin.|
|LC Classifications||PN6081 .R84 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 261 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||261|
|LC Control Number||95003196|
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Last Words is a stunning tribute to the survivors, many books have been published about this dark, horrific time but Shari writes this book from the depths of her soul. Last Words is told from Amelia and Emma's POV one anchored in the past telling a story that no one had a full understanding of and another POV from the granddaughter receiving her grandmother's story in modern times but needing the /5().
""Last Words", a posthumous autobiography from George Carlin, is a jazzy, inward-looking piece of work as a chronicler of the working of his own mind, Carlin is terrific." -- "The New York Times" "["Last Words"] sounds as if he is still with us, rested and ready to ridicule the latest cultural hypocrisies."/5().
Also, I've never had a problem with claustrophobia but this book made me feel claustrophobic as hell at times. Spelunking is a big part of the story and Koryta does a phenomenal job with it. I felt like I was in the dark and cold with the rest of the characters.
Last Words is a well-written thriller with wonky plot/5. LAST WORDS: is a contemporary romance standalone novel by Shari J. Ryan where non fiction meets fiction, and the lines in between are blurred by forbidden love.
The book has dual plot lines which transition from Amelias life written in diary format which follows her from her captivity in within the confines of a nazi prison camp to present day surrounding her granddaughter Emma/5.