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The Last Minute 9.21am Business As Usual On A High Street In England.9.22am The Explosions Are Heard For Miles Around, And In The Early Confusion There Is Talk Of A Gas Leak, A Plane Crash, And Even Terrorism.The People Of Heathwick Had Been Preparing For Christmas Unaware That Many Would Die, And The Rest Would Be Transformed For Ever Travel With Them, Second By Second, Through The Hopes, Fears, Love, Worries, Gossip, Cruelty, Kindness And Trivia That Dominated Their Final Minute Before Tragedy Struck.And In The Everyday Story Of An Ordinary Street, Look For Clues To What Happened, And Why.


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10 thoughts on “The Last Minute

  1. says:

    Some of these people only have a minute left to live.The Last Minute takes place in Heathwick town centre, before an explosion rips the place apart, killing 65 Each second is a gradual build up, adding to the tension of the final event What will be the cause of the devastation and who will be its victims Needless to say, with a death toll of 65, this really is a cast of thousands and you d need to read the boo


  2. says:

    2013 seems to be the year for shocking contemporary novels that come out of nowhere, grab the reader by the lapels and refuse to let go until we re all inanely babbling to everybody within the surrounding area that YOU HAVE TO READ THIS The Last Minute is one of the first books I read in 2013 and, even though it s taken me a while to get my thoughts straight enough to write a review, I still remember the details like I read it yesterday This is, simply put, one of the most incredible books I 2013 seems to be the year for shocking contemporary novels that come out of nowhere, grab the reader by the lapels and refuse to let go until we re all inanely babbling to everybody within the surrounding area that YOU HAVE TO READ THIS The Last Minute is one of the first books I read in 2013 and, even though it s taken me a while to get my thoughts straight enough to write a review, I still remember the details like I read it yesterday This is, simply put, one of the most incredible books I ve ever read.The premise and...


  3. says:

    I thought this was a brilliant way to structure a story about a disaster By starting at the end and counting down second by second we always know what is going to happen, but we get to know the victims this really makes you stop and consider the crushing loss of loved ones The fact that the story is set in a typical high street and people are going about everyday activities brings home to us how precious life is and how fragi


  4. says:

    I read this in one sitting If I didn t, I would have been totally lost when Matey finally reached the punch line of his joke.The format and idea are very interesting, and unlike any other book I have ever read Based off of a real event or should I say, tragic disaster , the whole book only covers the time span of one minute At first it was hard to keep the characters straight, but Updale s repetition of details that is seemingly redu


  5. says:

    It was a very interesting premise but not interesting in its execution There were too many characters which meant that there was no character development and no thoughtful observations on said characters and circumstances I found that I would rather be knitting a teapot cosy in the desert The language was very simple, perhaps it was meant for...


  6. says:

    I absolutely loved the way The Last Minute is written, it was so completely different to anything I ve ever read before and I found it practically impossible to put the book down It reminded me of the TV series 24 except instead of each episode covering an hour long time period each chapter of the story covers one second of the last minute before an explosion rocks the sleep village high street of Heathwick You know from the prologue that something


  7. says:

    Mini review originally posted on Nightjar s Jar of Books.One minute life in Heathwick was completely normal, with the exception of some extremely inconvenient roadworks causing a massive traffic jam on the main road the next minute, it was not A massive explosion kills sixty five people, and injures dozens , and speculation as to its origins run ram...


  8. says:

    The Last Minute is, at times, a hard book to read It tells the story of a quiet high street and its inhabitants going about their everyday lives, one minute before a huge explosion changes everything Each chapter is one second of that minute, as the countdown nears its grisly end It s sad and is made that much worse because we get to know everyone I loved how The Last Minute was written, kind of like the TV show 24 but working in seconds rather than hours A lot hap


  9. says:

    Here s the pitch ExplosionThat s The Last Minute, hollywood y and hooky in its conceit and unbearably tense in its delivery This is 24 gone macro gone YA sixty seconds, a cast of a hundred plus, and a town about to face its darkest hour See, I can t even precis it with going all movie voice It s written by Eleanor Updale, classy author of the Montncy books, and god it s good Written back to front as it were, with the resolution of the minute staring you right in the face,


  10. says:

    Initially, I really liked the premise of this novel Written in real time , Updale s tale explores the 60 seconds leading up to an explosion that devastates a local high street claiming 65 lives It serves to highlight both the significance and the smallness of every day humanity However, after a while the second by second stories of these victims become tedious, even banal and the tragedy almost descends into bathos The coincidences that Updale lines up become increasingly melo dra


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