Thursday, June 28, 2018

Review: The Last Refuge

The Last Refuge The Last Refuge by Chris Knopf
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Sam Acquillo is a fifty something engineer who is living, more or less, as a recluse in the cottage that belonged to his parents. He has his dog Eddie with him and the two of them seem to be having their lives without the aid of any human contact. That is with the exception of the elderly lady who lives next door. He does odd jobs for her from time to time because his father took care of her also.

This was his life for about four years until one day as he was out walking he noticed a terrible smell coming from her house.

I am not going to say anything else, but this is a very interesting story. It goes to places that you really don't expect at all.

A good read.

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