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Celestial beings and human witches clash for the future of the human and fairy worlds in Paul Cornell's Last Stand in Lychford.

There are changes in the air, both in Lychford and in the land of fairy.

The magical protections previously employed by the town are gone, and the forces of darkness are closing in - both figuratively and literally.

Can Autumn and Lizzie save their community, and...well, the world...?

Exploding fairies, the architect of the universe and a celestial bureaucratic blunder make this a satisfying conclusion to the ever-popular Witches of Lychford series.  

A Macmillan Audio production from Tordotcom

©2020 Paul Cornell (P)2020 Macmillan Audio

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Solid conclusion to a unique & quirky series

A solid conclusion to the Lychford series. The stakes could not have been higher (literally 25 minutes from the end of the world). I especially loved the humor in this one, and I continued to appreciate what Cornell has to say about the complexities of human beings and how they make sense of the world. The solution to the problem of warring realities was unexpected, but so delightfully British. I also liked some surprising character developments. I want to re-read the entire series again to see how it works as a continuous story, without having to wait a year for the final installment.

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  • 12-15-20

not as good as the previous stories.

not as good as the previous stories. it felt a bit padded out and kept repeating things about the characters a reader of the other stories already knew so slowed the narrative. also the "reveal" about one character in the last paragraph was clumsy and could have been done better and hinted at during the other stories. it felt like an add on, which I don't think the author meant.