In ‘The Last Sundancer’ Karah Quinney has managed to give life to a slew of characters. Amara, Kaichen, Antuk, Azin, and Denoa in particular are imprinted upon my mind. These characters are entirely believable, and their desires are realistic. We all know what it is like to feel hopeless, and we all know what it is like to feel exalted. In this way, I was able to easily relate to their plight. The way they, and the events that evolve around them, are depicted brings them to life as surely as anyone I have ever known. I was so enthralled with the story that I lost two nights of sleep,and I can honestly say that I do not regret it one iota. In the very beginning, you are pulled in yet left a bit confused. As the story continues, all of the things you thought were left hanging as loose ends are weaved together to form an ending of such magnitude I doubt I will ever forget it. To be honest, I am not much of a romance reader, yet I truly enjoyed the developing love story at the center of ‘The Last Sundancer.’ I highly recommend this book, and am so glad that I took a chance on reading it. I suggest that you do to.
*This review was done by Chelsea*