The Final Farewell (Kevin Kirk Chronicles, Vol. 4)
by Patricia Wiles (Goodreads Author)
Kevin is about to graduate high school, but the decisions he always thought would be simple aren't as easy to make as he once imagined.
paperback, 246 pages
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A few months ago, Millie was going through this Eat Christian's Books phase (which led to the previous policy known as Lock Millie in the Laundry Room While We're Out [which has since been replaced with the Chain Millie Up Outside Because She Still Isn't Controlling Her Bowels policy]). During her book eating, aside from taking out Deathly Hallows, she also destroyed my Kevin Kirk Chronicles. I recently had these replaced and realized that I hadn't yet read the final book in the series. So I did...more
I liked the way the series ended up. I liked where the author took Dani's story line. So many youth end up going in her direction. Kevin's reactions to Dani's choices were real. He was confused and concerned. He also faced tough choices about his own life and what he should do. Bravo Patricia Wiles. Good series!
Jan 04, 2011 Rayni rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommended to Rayni by: conclusion of series
I read this book in one sitting. It was my Christmas book this year. I've been looking forward to it & I was not disappointed. I've worried about the catastrophe ever since I read the synopsis, so was rather relieved it wasn't some of the worst scenarios I thought about. I loved the ending & especially the epilogue.
My first series of books for middle-grade and young adult readers, about a boy growing up as a Mormon in the south, has been honored twice by the Association for Mormon Letters. I am the Assistant Regional Advisor for the Midsouth region of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators. My essays have aired on public radio and have appeared in Writer’s Digest, The Writer, and The Writer’...moreMore about Patricia Wiles...