THE LAST GUARDIAN
Rating: 3 Cups
No one would ever consider Sunny Burroughs the hero type. Physically small and unbelievably uncoordinated, Sunny is lucky to not hurt himself just crossing the street.
Sighing and shaking his head, Ed Burroughs takes stock of his pathetic young nephew. Ed tries to keep Sunny out of trouble, but when trouble lands in both of their laps, Ed has no choice but to help in any way he can.
The blue girl has become an obsession for Sunny, so much so that food and sleep have been neglected in his pursuit of her. She is in grave danger, he just knows it, but when another alien shows up at uncle Ed’s home, he finds a way to finally help her. Sunny has been given the amulet of the Guardians, and his first and only thoughts are to find the girl. As Ed and Sunny embark on an amazingly unbelievable journey, they find themselves smack dab in the middle of a universal catastrophe brought on by a madman.
To any lover of sci-fi this is sure to be an unusual read. The multitude of characters and their different traits is extensive and fascinating. I do like how Sunny is not your typical idol, but at times his clumsiness and goofy attitude are too much. The imaginative and entertaining characters are a pleasure to get to know, and the storyline a fun read.
Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance & More