The Last Teacher by Alan Lee Book Summary
"This stand-alone is easy to read and difficult to put down." - Bookzilla
"Fun, fast, fresh!" - BookJunkie
Imagine your favorite teachers from high school are dying, being mysteriously murdered one by one soon after the arrival of the new English instructor...
Mackenzie August is starting a new life. After a successful but destructive career as a high-profile California homicide detective, and then a less successful and even more destructive stint working for a church, he has moved to Virginia to start over as an instructor. The only thing he's bringing with him is Kix, his infant baby boy. He plans for peaceful living with his son, but trouble soon finds him as his new co-workers begin showing up dead outside of his classroom.
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The last teacherBrilliant loved it could not put it down.Score: 5/5
Loved itI was absolutely recommended to read this book and I’m not much of a reader, I most liked the Wittiness of Mack and the sarcasm, before I finished the story I thought it was written by a woman so I was shocked to see it was not, the only thing that was confusing was all the names of the teachers and who as who..Score: 5/5
GreatGreat read couldn’t put it down!!.Score: 5/5
A generous 3*...... because I don’t think that I’m the target reader. As an older and British female reader there was very little that I could relate to in this book. I think, on reflection, that perhaps there was a decent enough story in there but what an effort it was to get through it! I really, really wish that I’d counted the number of times the ‘hero’ told everyone, anyone how wonderful and/or how good looking he is. This was the main thing that made the character totally unlikeable to me. I’m glad it’s over..Score: 3/5
A great bedtime readI say a great bedtime read because it’s easy to follow and an ‘easy-to-read’ page turner so lends itself to being a pre- nighttime sleep story. Even though the concept is well established and the plot clear and well told, it’s a complex enough story revealed to the reader in a tongue-in-cheek, almost conversational dialogue with enough diversionary plot themes to hold your interest to the end. I kind of feel bad for saying this is only ‘good’ and not ‘brilliant’, because I can’t define what it is that it lacks in order for it to be highly recommended and generously exaggerated about. It was a darn good story and a satisfying read It’s fast paced enough to be gripping, and his easy style of writing - once you get used to his particular delivery - is also one of the reasons it is so easy to read and quickly becomes a page turner which I found increasingly hard to put down Although the plot was fairly predictable, it wasn’t overtly so, so when the reader is obviously being led down a well-laid path, you have been thrown enough clues to realise the perpetrator had to have IT skills and so clearly can’t be the character you’re constantly finessed into believing it is. You find yourself completely empathising with the main character even though he’s described from the start as a typical cad. Maybe reformed, but still an arrogant, even though lovable, rogue with just enough charm, cheeky grins and dry wit to balance the conceit. And on a completely unrelated side note as I’m guessing this was not the author’s main motive, I like the way he deals with emotive topics and issues - namely religion - in a light hearted and good humoured way, without ever coming across as glib or flippant. I ultimately found this hard to put down, and since the story is well laid out and cuts a (well, fairly...) believable line between heroic escapism and real life likelihood, it should be a book that’ll keep your interest and you’ll want to continue to the next page, rather than putting down for the night.Score: 5/5
The Last TeacherVery good read. Recommend..Score: 4/5
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