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Last Will Bernie Raleigh is a failure at nearly everything he touches Nobody notices a loser, and after being kidnapped for ransom as a child, Bernie has spent his adult life trying to avoid being noticed That s impossible now that he s inherited his grandfather s enormous fortune The inheritance comes complete with a mansion, a lot of obligations, and a very problematic housekeeper named Meda Amos Beauty queen, alien abductee, crypto Jew, single mother Meda is all those things, and she may be the only person who can help Bernie survive his new and very public life


About the Author: Bryn Greenwood

BRYN GREENWOOD is a fourth generation Kansan and the daughter of a mostly reformed drug dealer She is the NYT bestselling author of The Reckless Oath We Made, All the Ugly and Wonderful Things, Lie Lay Lain, and Last Will She lives in Lawrence, Kansas.



10 thoughts on “Last Will

  1. says:

    Find all of my reviews atHe doesn t need therapy He just needs someone to love himMultigajillionaire Pen Raleigh has died, leaving his company, home and entire fortune in the hands of the last in the line of Raleighs Bernie Spoiler Alert I fell in love with him almost immediatelyMy personal policy toward most of humanity resembles the Army s policy regarding homosexuals I won t ask please, don t tell meFor whatever reason, my


  2. says:

    3.5 stars Could have been a fantastic book but I felt like the author included a lot of gibberish that was not necessary to the story I wish the main characters bond could have been developed a bitI m not sure if Meda was best suited for Bernie because he was very endearing.


  3. says:

    This is about life not being perfect People not being perfect That as we go through life, the paint chips off, we get dented, and sometimes we break.Bryan Greenwood is very astute with the characters she writes about She makes her characters seem like real people A theme of hers seems to be not judging by appearance or even circumstance Her writing makes me wonder what she would write about me if she knew me.Her characters are broken but in


  4. says:

    When Bernie Raleigh s grandfather dies, he inherits his vast fortune Leaving his satisfying life as a librarian behind, Bernie returns to the life he left twenty years earlier Meda Amos is one of the domestics in Bernie s newly inherited mansion A beautiful face marred only by a few facial scars, she is a constant distraction for Bernie Both Bernie and Meda have troubled pasts Both are limited by those past events in the present Yet as they come to


  5. says:

    2.5 stars This is the second time in less than 24 hours where I m going to have to use the terms quiet and anti climactic in a review There s no doubt that I should consider digging deep into my mental thesaurus to come up with different terms but I m going to reserve the effort for a book I d rather gush about.Even though this was a much easier read than Lies of Locke Lamora, I don t think I can award bonus points for being able to get through the book qui


  6. says:

    Last Will is one of the most charming and uplifting book I ve read in recent years last year s Lover s dictionary and 2010 Thera are other similar books I greatly enjoyed while staying very grounded in reality , though of course both main characters Bernie and Meda who alternate first person narration with few interludes from Bernie s aunt who sort of functions as an outside back story pov are quite unlikely themselves, but the skill of the author is such that both


  7. says:

    When you get to the point where you know the worst thing about someone you love, you know the truth about yourself, words spoken by one of the main characters in Bryn Greenwood s LAST WILL that summarize the novel better than any words I can summon myself Bryn Greenwood writes about the wounds that define us, and the possibilities and limits of recovery, with precision, humor and an unsentimental clarity of vision I can t wait for the next book from this fresh, original vo


  8. says:

    I don t recall how this book came to my attention Stairway Press is the tiniest of indie publishers and the only unfortunate result of that is a possible lack of publicity Because this is a great novel that falls just enough off the beaten track of current fiction to make it refreshingly unique Bernie Raleigh is a 30 year old man to whom nothing good has ever happened He is the grandson and sole heir of the richest man in Oklahoma City Kidnapped when he was almost 10 by a local ps


  9. says:

    Fairly enjoyable book Was looking at this author s older works when I picked this up A lot of hype regarding her newest book I ll be interested to see if her writing is similar This book wasn t fleshed out like it should have been Left me with many questions that just weren t explained in the book The writing itself was good, so that leaves me with optimism It s a love story, about two imperfect people aren t we all which makes it heartwarming and true to life Her characters are real Fair


  10. says:

    3.5 StarsWhat a cunt, Ray said, louder, emboldened by his friends laughter Meda didn t pause and my gut churned to hear him reduce her to the thing he d done to her The truth is that every fistfight I ever had, most of them with Robby, ended with me getting the worst of it I was not prepared to take on five guys I wasn t afraid It s not like my nose was ever going to be straight again, but it seemed futile I think even by the kindest of standards I was something of a weakling, but I3.5 StarsWhat


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