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The Last Minute Free download ¸ 107 Summary á eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ´ Eleanor Updale Ove worries gossip cruelty kindness and trivia that dominated their final minute before tragedy struckAnd in the everyday story of an ordinary street look for clues to what happened and w. The Last Minute is at times a hard book to read It tells the story of a uiet high street and its inhabitants going about their everyday lives one minute before a huge explosion changes everything Each chapter is one second of that minute as the countdown nears its grisly end It s sad and is made that much worse because we get to know everyone I loved how The Last Minute was written kind of like the TV show 24 but working in seconds rather than hours A lot happened in those seconds which obviously couldn t have really happened in such a short pinch of time but I like the idea and the format anyway I was apprehensive to get to the end because I knew what was coming right from the beginning This book shows how one minute can change everything and how every action can have a conseuence and can then set off a chain of disastrous events Even though the book is uite short and only covers one minute Eleanor Updale wrote in such a way that by the end I felt like I knew every single person at that high street The inclusion of maps and newspaper articles adds an extra touch of realism and it soon becomes apparent that a tragedy like this could happen anywhereThe Last Minute is a uick read I read it all in one sitting but it isn t by any means an easy one It s poignant and sad and made me want to appreciate every minute of my life It s the first of Eleanor Updale s books I ve read though I m sure it won t be my last She s certainly caught my attention with this one

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writing you get something that feels really really special I m genuinely excited by this book and I know I ll be recommending it for a long long time to come It has absolute crossover appeal and think boys girls men and women will love it it s a tricky one to categorise because I don t think it really fits the conventions of an adult or a YA novel But then I think some of the greatest novels out there appeal to everybody and are difficult to pin downOne of the strengths of The Last Minute is how much freedom the author gives the reader to make their own decisions about key elements in the story We start the book knowing there has been a devastating explosion on a high street in the small UK town of Heathwick situated close to one of the country s main airports no prizes for guessing how the name came about Often I think knowing the ending of a book at the beginning can detract from the enjoyment as there are no stakes but when we know the outcome is devastating it just makes for an even gripping read It was in the back of my mind the whole time I was reading this one that something terrible was going to happen to the characters I was bonding it I didn t know who would survive the explosion or what would cause it I just knew it would happen I had favourite characters I was rooting for from the outset and Eleanor Updale did an amazing job of building up likable complex characters through hardly any page time As I said before the amount of characters involved is huge but I didn t find myself getting confused by who each chapter focused on simply because the voice of each character and their stories were so distinctiveThroughout The Last Minute there are major clues about a host of different disasters that could cause the explosion on Heathwick s main street Some are clearly major incidents but then there are a few low key accidents that are subtly hinted at I loved trying to figure out what was going to cause the explosion and I did find myself horribly aware that there was some major stereotyping going on with the premature conclusions I came too It s not good but I m going to hold my hands up and be honest I do think the author must have been trying to prove a point with this and I m hoping a lot of readers made the same initial judgements as me otherwise I just feel bad as a personThe climax of The Last Minute is staggering I knew what was coming I knew the seconds were ticking away but nothing could prepare me for the final pages of the book The fact I knew the ending before I started and it still shocked me that s a serious feat right there After I finished the book I had to sit and process it before I could move on to read anything else I was in complete shock there was so much I needed to get straight in my head and I still think about this one all the time It s a book that will truly linger with youI m going to keep this last bit vague but I will say that there is a great deal of extra content with The Last Minute I m a huge huge fan of 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The Last Minute Free download ¸ 107 Summary á eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ´ Eleanor Updale The people of Heathwick had been preparing for Christmas unaware that many would die and the rest would be transformed for ever Travel with them second by second through the hopes fears l. It was a very interesting premise but not interesting in its execution There were too many characters which meant that there was no character development and no thoughtful observations on said characters and circumstances I found that I would rather be knitting a teapot cosy in the desert The language was very simple perhaps it was meant for children but even then i would hope for elouent phrasing Yet I persisted not wanting to visit the desert on a 48 degree day wanting needing redemption at the end Naturally I knew that there was going to be a devastating explosion by one or of the obvious sources that were unsubtly alluded to but i still hoped for insight any insight None came Predictability was rampant Where are those knitting needles The end

  • Hardcover
  • 272
  • The Last Minute
  • Eleanor Updale
  • English
  • 13 May 2019
  • 9780385616683