“The Last Letter is a haunting, heartbreaking and ultimately inspirational love story.“—InTouch Weekly
If you’re reading this, well, you know the last-letter drill. You made it. I didn’t. Get off the guilt train, because I know if there was any chance you could have saved me, you would have.
I need one thing from you: get out of the army and get to Telluride.
My little sister Ella’s raising the twins alone. She’s too independent and won’t accept help easily, but she has lost our grandmother, our parents, and now me. It’s too much for anyone to endure. It’s not fair.
And here’s the kicker: there’s something else you don’t know that’s tearing her family apart. She’s going to need help.
So if I’m gone, that means I can’t be there for Ella. I can’t help them through this. But you can. So I’m begging you, as my best friend, go take care of my sister, my family.
Please don’t make her go through it alone.
This was such a good book; heart wrenching, but wonderful. Rarely does a story bring on the tears but this one did.
Those last few chapters…
I liked this book I really did… until those last few chapters. They were beyond unnecessary, and in my opinion ruined the book. I know that this is a fiction book, but no one person experiences that much loss and trauma. And then such an unrealistic loss at that.
No school teacher would take 7 year olds on a field trip where children could fall off the edge of a cliff. And I sure don’t know many individuals that have lost both their parents, their brother and their child all in separate accidents.
Chaos - His call sign is a complete resemblance of the way this book messes with your heart. I could NOT put this book down and it had me sobbing at 3am. For all that is good in this world, READ THIS BOOK. Well done Rebecca, thank you for your words