Date Published: April 26 2018
Greer Sarazen is like any teenager. All she wants is to get her driver's license, to not be bugged by annoying people, and to NOT have her spring break interrupted. Yet, when her dad, Will – who has been unemployed due to downsizing – finally gets a job at the local cemetery, Greer is forced to tag along on a road trip to deliver a stranger’s ashes out of state. A stranded van, a clown, a rodeo, a disco-dancing nerd and a belligerent dwarf threaten to throw off the itinerary, while the departed “passenger” becomes an unexpected friend … proving that, sometimes, the things we truly need are the last things we would ever expect.
This novel had a lot of heart.
I found the plot to be riveting with plenty of drama and emotion woven throughout.
The writing style was fluid, which I really enjoyed!
Summed up for me... Beautifully written. I felt each and every part of this story. I think that there was a great connection of the characters and I felt like I could see them through the pages.
About the Author
Sheryl Benko grew up in southern Colorado, graduating from the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication. Her studies in film and television laid the foundation for a career in motion pictures, allowing her to work with some of the most esteemed filmmakers in the industry. "The Last of Will" is her first novel.