Official Review: The Last Minder by Fish Phillips

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Re: Official Review: The Last Minder by Fish Phillips

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I would love to read this book! Thank you so much for your entertaining review!
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This novel seems to offer some food for thought about the use, and possible abuse, of powers in a science fiction story. Thank you for your great review!
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I'm not really into sci-fi so The Last Minder probably isn't for me, but I enjoyed reading your well-written and detailed review. Thank you!
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Miriam Molina wrote: 25 Nov 2020, 18:29
Ayindelaw wrote: 22 Nov 2020, 11:58 Hey there, Chigo
There is one thing I like about this book that you have reviewed in a very honest manner--the protagonist is an elderly person. Many elderly people will find this book impossible to pass up because it suggests that they may be down, but they are not out.
Exactly my thoughts! I was imagining a superhero with a paunch. Kidding aside, I think we need more of these books. Seniors matter!
For reasons I don't know this idea sounds hilarious in my head. I hope to see how it turns out.
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I can recount the number of times I asked myself the same question in your intro. The only difference was I only thought of how to enrich myself. lol.
This would be an interesting read for me. Thanks
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