Review: The Last Sun by K.D. Edwards

Title: The Last Sun

Author: K.D. Edwards

Genre: Fantasy

Series: The Tarot Sequence


Rune Saint John, last child of the fallen Sun Court, is hired to search for Lady Judgment’s missing son, Addam, on New Atlantis, the island city where the Atlanteans moved after ordinary humans destroyed their original home.

With his companion and bodyguard, Brand, he questions Addam’s relatives and business contacts through the highest ranks of the nobles of New Atlantis. But as they investigate, they uncover more than a missing man: a legendary creature connected to the secret of the massacre of Rune’s Court.

In looking for Addam, can Rune find the truth behind his family’s death and the torments of his past?

Purchase: Indigo. (Affiliate link)

How much did I enjoy this book? Let me count the ways. It was seriously entertaining, I will tell you that right now, and I dug right into the mythology of the book, enjoying how enriched it was. It is definitely an intriguing and captivating world build, especially for someone like myself who loves reading about myths and legends, especially pertaining to Atlantis.


You want to talk characters? Well let me tell you that this book definitely has them, and those people? They’re filled with sass.

Rune alone made me laugh out loud, shake my head in dismay and hurt for him, all in equal measure. He was born into a blessed life, but as you learn through the book that doesn’t mean your life will stay that way. His definitely does not, but he deals pretty well.

Now Rune with Bran? That right there is freaking gold. The camaraderie and the back and forth between the two characters seriously makes this book for me. They are hilarious together.


I was a bit worried the plot of this book might lag in certain parts, but found myself following through it pretty easily. It was quick moving, and never grew stagnant, instead it remained entertaining.

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