Monday, 20 February 2017

The Last of August (Charlotte Holmes #2) by Brittany Cavallaro

Sponsored post: I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.
The Last of August (Charlotte Holmes #2)
Blurb (from Goodreads):
In the second brilliant, action-packed book in the Charlotte Holmes trilogy, Jamie and Charlotte are in a chase across Europe to untangle a web of shocking truths about the Holmes and Moriarty families.

Jamie Watson and Charlotte Holmes are looking for a winter break reprieve in Sussex after a fall semester that almost got them killed. But nothing about their time off is proving simple, including Holmes and Watson’s growing feelings for each other. When Charlotte’s beloved uncle Leander goes missing from the Holmes estate—after being oddly private about his latest assignment in a German art forgery ring—the game is afoot once again, and Charlotte throws herself into a search for answers.

So begins a dangerous race through the gritty underground scene in Berlin and glittering art houses in Prague, where Holmes and Watson discover that this complicated case might change everything they know about their families, themselves, and each other.


The Last of August by Brittany Cavallaro

My rating: 3 of 5 stars


The Last of August (Charlotte Holmes #2) “It seemed like a good idea at the time.”
“That’ll be written on a few tombstones before this is over,”


This was a YA mystery story featuring a missing uncle and some art forgeries.

Watson (Jamie) and Holmes (Charlotte) were okay characters. Charlotte did come across as slightly crazy at times though, and also seemed to have problems expressing her feelings.

The storyline in this was about a missing uncle and some art forgeries, and we also had Charlotte’s mother being poisoned. I did get a little lost as the story went along though, and was quite confused by the end. I think I may have to re-read this one at some point to see if it makes more sense the second time around.



6 out of 10

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