JK Rowley is one of the most acclaimed authors in the world.
And he is known for the way he writes, the way his characters react to his world, and the way that he makes his characters relatable.
Rowley is known to be a master of worldbuilding, and in this new book, The Last House on the Left, he takes a look at the history of his home state of Virginia and its place in the American landscape.
The Last Houses on the Right follows the story of a family of four, who move to a small farming community in central Virginia after their father dies and moves to the state to raise his children.
As the family is moving into a new community, Rowley asks his father to be his caretaker.
But when the new community comes under attack by the government, the family’s old life is put in jeopardy.
As the family moves to a new home, Rowan and his wife, Sarah, find themselves in a war zone.
The family learns about the horrors of war, and Rowan learns of the sacrifices his family has made for freedom.
The Last House, Rowleys debut novel, is an engrossing read that tells the story in a rich and vivid way.
With a mix of the familiar and the foreign, The Book of Last House is a powerful story of the ways we can look to the past and move forward, whether we are living in our present or the future.