The Last Light of the Sun (Google eBook)

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Penguin, Apr 5, 2005 - Fiction - 512 pages
126 Reviews
From the multiple award-winning author of Tigana, A Song for Arbonne, and the three-book Fionavar Tapestry that "can only be compared to Tolkien's masterpiece" (Star-Phoenix), this powerful, moving saga evokes the Celtic, Anglo-Saxon, and Norse cultures of a thousand years ago.

Author Biography: Guy Gavriel Kay has been awarded the International Goliardos Prize for his work in the literature of the fantastic, is a two-time winner of the Aurora Award, and has been nominated three times for the World Fantasy Award. His works have been translated into 21 languages.


  

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Very solid plot, excellent characterizations. - Goodreads
The writing was excellent. - Goodreads
He's better at writing friendship than romance. - Goodreads
Some good violence, and also father/son plot intensity. - Goodreads
Perhaps it is his writing style in this book. - Goodreads
So part of the ending really came out of left field. - Goodreads

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User Review  - Lokki - Goodreads

Kay's Last Light of the Sun is an intelligent, fascinating and haunting story. Once the last page was read, I paused and thought, "that was an incredible story". It is one of the best books I have ... Read full review

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User Review  - Christina Merrill - Goodreads

I couldn't finish this. It was, frankly, boring. There was no flow to the plot at all and I couldn't bring myself to care enough about any of the characters to trudge through the rest of the story ... Read full review

Contents

CHARACTERSA PARTIAL LISTING
Part I
ONE
TWO
THREE
FOUR
FIVE
Part II
TEN
ELEVEN
Part III
TWELVE
THIRTEEN
FOURTEEN
FIFTEEN
SIXTEEN

SIX
SEVEN
EIGHT
NINE
SEVENTEEN
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
Copyright

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About the author (2005)

Guy Gavriel Kay is an internationally bestselling author. He has been awarded the International Goliardos Prize for his work in the literature of the fantastic, is a two-time winner of the Aurora Award, and won the 2008 World Fantasy Award for Ysabel. His works have been translated into twenty-five languages.

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