The Last Sanctuary

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An ancient prophecy.
A hidden world.
Three will arrive, one to give, one to die and one to live. More

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About P S Mokha

P S (Prabh) Mokha was born and raised in London. Like millions of others, he spent his early working life commuting into the city and reading books on trains. The books usually transported him further and to more interesting places than the trains.

Prabh has travelled extensively and has lived in Spain, Wales, Sweden and the USA, finally settling in New Zealand with his wife and children.

The Last Sanctuary is an epic fantasy that brings together his interest in ancient mythology, passion for scientific truth and love of humour into a modern story set in London.

He is currently writing The Wrath of Winter, the third of the six books that will comprise The Last Sanctuary series. Book Two - The Fall of Refuge -OUT NOW

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Can three orphans with a mysterious past unlock the meaning of a chilling 700-year-old prophecy; three will arrive, one to give, one to die and one to live? A genocidal war and the evil Blood Empress are lurking in the shadows,waiting to change the orphans’ lives forever.

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Review by: Kayla Howarth on Jan. 19, 2015 :
I'll start off by saying that I don't usually like to compare books, but with 'The Last Sanctuary' it's hard not to notice similarities between it and Harry Potter. The major ones: Three twelve years olds are sent to a new school where magical type things start happening (although in this book, the students are unaware that magic exists). There's the shy one, the smart one and the hopelessly dumb yet hilarious one. Giant spider. Suspected evil teachers.

But there is one big difference between Harry Potter and The Last Sactuary: I actually enjoyed this book. (Yes, you read correctly, I didn't like Harry Potter. We're a rare breed, but we do exist.)

There was action from beginning to end, twists around every corner, I spent most of the book accusing every single character of being the bad guy.

But my favourite of all would have to be the character of Olivia. Her puns and dimwitted humour had me giggling a few times and most of the time I didn't know whether to hug her, pat her on the head, or slap her. At times I wanted to do all three.

If I had one complaint about this book, it would be that it did seem to run long (especially for a YA book aimed for the preteens). Oh, that and the giant freakin' spider who I was sure to have nightmares of, but thankfully did not. It was so well written that the nursery rhyme 'hush little baby' will haunt me forever.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: gayeleneh on April 19, 2012 :
The Last Sanctuary is one of those great stories that has plenty of action, mixed with lots of laugh-out-loud moments. I really enjoyed the humour in this book. The author has created a magical world that is hard to leave - lots of jobs didn't get done until I had finished it! As Mum to a teenage daughter, I have read a lot of the children's books she has enjoyed and recommended to me. I can't wait to recommend this one to her.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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