My Last Continent

My Last Continent

A Novel

Book - 2016
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This unforgettable debut is packed with emotional intelligence and high stakes - a harrowing, searching novel of love and loss. Deb Gardner and Keller Sullivan feel at home amongst the cleaving icebergs and frigid waters of Antarctica. A new travel and research season has just begun, and Deb and Keller are ready to play tour guide to the passengers on the small expedition ship. As Deb and Keller's troubled histories collide with a catastrophic present, Midge Raymond's phenomenal novel takes us on a voyage deep into the wonders of the Antarctic and the mysteries of the human heart.
Publisher: New York, New York : Scribner, ©2016.
ISBN: 9781501124709
Characteristics: 308 pages ;,24 cm.


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Oct 17, 2017

Yes< I am afraid this was just a "meh!"

Sep 13, 2016

The plot was okay and the frequent flashbacks often caused a drag in the story but I enjoyed the setting and the atmosphere that went with it. (The bonus is, that in between reading sessions you get to look at the beautiful cover.)

Jul 11, 2016

I seem to be in the minority on this one, but I was really disappointed by this book. Its narrative structure was choppy and overly complicated, relying almost entirely on flashback. The barrier islands around Antarctica are hardly Antarctica (says this old Antarctica nerd). The portraits of the bickering married couples were straight out of central casting, and the weird later plot point told in flashback didn't make sense to me. Finally, two vegans living for years in Antarctica? As my Antarctic veteran sister (who was a cook for one of the research stations there) replied: "Impossible." Unless, I suppose, you live entirely on a cruise ship, as these two characters do. Sorry--just wasn't for me.

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