Use this forum to discuss the December 2017 Book of the Month, End of the Last Great Kingdom by Victor Rose.
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My favourite part was when Brimstone got the iron leg, and also every time he has had to use the bracelet.
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True, the book is definitely packed with a lot of action. I don't really have a favorite scene, honestly. There are too many of them to count.
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With such a great book it really is hard to pick just one scene and call it my favorite. If I had to narrow it down though I will say that it would be a tie between the scene between Wartington and Brimstone and also the scene where Brimstone defeats General Glen. The scene between Wartington and Brimstone really did a great job giving Brimstone's character a selfless trait. The scene where Brimstone kills General Glen, though a bit violent, was a big turning point for the book, as Brimstone was used as the fall guy by General Glen throughout the book.
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I think my favorite is when those two love birds met. I am more inclined to romantic books nowadays...
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