The Fall of Refuge is the second in a series of six in The Last Sanctuary series by P.S. Mokha. Lily, Olivia, Rose and their school friends are the only remaining Fair Folk in the world. Their haven is the orphanage overlooking the London Eye, but that is about to change. he evil wizard, Varkarus, is on the hunt and they face increasing danger as his tentacles reach into their innocent world. The human world is not much safer as a lethal new species with a taste for Fair Folk infest the London Underground. With their hands full, Lily and her friends fail to stop other students from stumbling upon the reality of their past. The consequences of uncovering the truth result in the London Bridge Orphanage falling, altering the lives of every child who survives, forever. The Last Sanctuary has delighted many, both young and old, and this sequel will not disappoint. Just as with the first book, this is a racy read, skilfully plotted with many twists, turns and surprises. Not only that, humour abounds – wittily clever to please all ages. Although the characters are basically the same, they are growing up. ‘One of the things about writing a series,’ P.S. Mokha explains, ‘is that it allows me to explore the characters in detail. This gives them further dimensions, which enables me to get them into increasingly dangerous situations. This has some dire consequences for the orphans, the school and the whole of London. The aim for this second book,’ P.S. Mokha reveals, ‘was to ratchet-up the tension without losing the innocent magic of The Last Sanctuary.’
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