Just back from a trip to Europe with my hubby. We have tried twice before to take this same trip, so third time lucky. It was fascinating, travelling on a river cruise through eastern Europe, starting at Prague and Budapest, ending at Amsterdam.
There we went to a windmill village where some of the mills are still working operations. Here are the inner workings. The fellow told us he could grind limestone to mix with colour to make paint, and what he did in a year would take a half day with current equipment. Fascinating!
Book One of The Last War series –
the best way to begin the incomparable saga of the Last War.
Major Dante Regiment must find a way to protect Beth, as the Emperor is not the only one causing chaos in Khandarken.
The Emperor has been defeated. New countries have arisen from the ashes of the old Empire. The citizens swear they will never need to fight again.
Bethlehem Farmer is helping her brother Abram run Farmer Holdings in south Khandarken after their father died in the final battles. But when Abram takes a trip with Uncle Jade into the northern territory and disappears without a trace, suddenly things are not what they seem.
Major Dante Regiment is sent by his father, the General of Khandarken, to find out what the situation is at Farmer Holdings. What he sees shakes him to the core and fuels his grim determination to protect Bethlehem at all cost.
What reviewers say about The Last War series—
Hooked. I loved the story and characters, they were all rich and well developed. Could not put this book down and must say, I am now a fan…
…I really enjoyed this book. It is well written with a strong female main character and a beautiful storyline with hardship and pain as well as love. I found it hard to put down and read it in one sitting. Looking forward to reading more of her work…