Epub ☆ The Last Child 373 pages ´ John hart

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Thirteen year old Johnny Merrimon had the perfect life a warm home and loving parents; a twin sister Alyssa with whom he shared an irreplaceable bond He knew nothing of loss until the day Alyssa vanished from the side of a lonely street Now a year later Johnny finds himself isolated and alone failed by the people he'd been taught since birth to trust No one else believes that Alyssa is still alive but Johnny is certain that she is confident in a way that he can never fully explainDetermined to find his sister Johnny risks every The Last Child by John Hart is a 2009 Minotaur publication John Hart has taken the crime and mystery genre to an entirely new level with this stunning novel The perfect family is torn asunder when their daughter disappears just vanishes into the thin air The marriage falls apart the father walks out the mother falls into drug and alcohol abuse and into a toxic relationship while the last child Johnny a thirteen year old boy grieving the loss of his missing twin is left to fend for himself in a horrifying and cruel world Johnny works has hard has he can to find his missing sister a task he feels alone in but Detective Clyde Hunt is nearly as obsessed about the missing girl as Johnny The case grows colder by the day But then another child vanishesThis novel shows why John Hart is a multiple Edgar Award winner This story is written with a lush literary prose that drew me right into Johnny’s lonely and treacherous life His journey is so painful and heartbreaking while his courage fortitude and a moral code is exemplary Every character is drawn with such rich and vivid detail while the atmosphere is thick with tension and desperation The suspense hangs heavy in the air as revelations come to light and Johnny finds himself in an unimaginable situation This is a crime novel but it is also a family drama a testing of faith an examination of humanity the best and the worst a coming of age tale that reaches into your very soul stirring a melting pot of emotions I’ve read literary thrillers but none uite like this one Johnny is a like a modern day Huck Finn a child abandoned who must survive by pure grit but one who possesses a tenderness that nearly brought me to tears For those who are into the criminal elements of the story have no fear This is a dark crime drama with plenty of jaw dropping twists Novels like this one are rare I can only wonder at how far this author's talent can take him I highly recommend this book It will definitely leave a lasting impression 5 stars

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The Last ChildThe wild to a forgotten place with a history of violence that goes back than a hundred years There they meet a giant of a man an escaped convict on his own tragic uest What they learn from him will shatter every notion Johnny had about the fate of his sister; it will lead them to another far place to a truth that will test both boys to the limitTraveling the wilderness between innocence and hard wisdom between hopelessness and faith The Last Child leaves all categories behind and establishes John Hart as a writer of uniue power ✨ 5 Why did I wait so long to read my first John Hart book? stars to The Last Child ✨ I read this book in anticipation of Hart's latest The Hush The very first chapter had my heart twisted in knots I know it's your stomach that is usually twisted in knots but this book told a strong hold of my heart and did not let go until the end How remarkable that a suspensethriller would grab my heart like it did Johnny Merrimon the main character was on a mission to find his lost sister Alyssa and while on the search he endured many hardships forcing him to grow up earlier than his time as well as coming into contact with several sinister and just plain evil characters along the way I was on the edge of my seat and the pacing was exceptional throughout Just what happened to Alyssa? Who will find out the truth?This book is classified a mystery but due to the characterization it was so much Another author to love Another North Carolina author to love Storytelling at its finest

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Epub ☆ The Last Child 373 pages ´ John hart ´ Thirteen year old Johnny Merrimon had the perfect life a warm home and loving parents; a twin sister Alyssa with whom he shared an irreplaceable bond He knew nothing of loss until the day Alyssa vanished from the side of a lonely street Now a year later Johnny finds himself isolThing to explore the dark side of his hometown It is a desperate terrifying search but Johnny is not as alone as he might think Detective Clyde Hunt has never stopped looking for Alyssa either and he has a soft spot for Johnny He watches over the boy and tries to keep him safe but when Johnny uncovers a dangerous lead and vows to follow it Hunt has no choice but to interveneThen a second child goes missingUndeterred by Hunt's threats or his mother's pleas Johnny enlists the help of his last friend and together they plunge into Traveling Sisters Review by NORMA BRENDA and JENHART has a knack to keep you totally engaged with jaw dropping moments that even surprised Norma’s deductive sleuthing skillsTHE LAST CHILD by JOHN HART is an action packed tense fast paced and a suspenseful thriller with lots of surprising twists and turns along the way that kept us all reading and guessing right to the very endJOHN HART delivers a character driven story here that is brilliantly and cleverly written in such a skillful way that allows us to really get into our main character’s voices and the storyline Johnny a young boy’s desperate search for the truth and Hunt’s relentlessness and personal uest in solving the crime which ends up costing him dearly  Johnny who's mature way beyond his 13 years is on a desperate truth seeking personal mission to find his missing twin sister  He is shrewd smart and vulnerable at times  We loved how resourceful and determined teenage Johnny was in fighting to find out the truth in an adult world  With some adults caring controlling and failing him making him determined than ever in finding out the truth   This is a book that we couldn’t stop reading with a story that was so filled of heart and with flawed characters who you couldn’t help but to root for Highly recommended    All of our Traveling Sister Reads Reviews can be found on our blog