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Atlas: The Story of Pa Salt: The epic conclusion to the Seven Sisters series

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I rarely shed a tear when reading novels, but confess this is one book that had me sobbing at the end. I think the culmination of this much-loved series coming to a close, the passing of the author before the end and the final parting scene which had all the feels got me! Atlas: The Story of Pa Salt was a most fitting tribute a once in a lifetime series and dearly missed author. Co-authored by her son, Harry Whittaker, Atlas: The Story of Pa Salt draws the Seven Sisters series, Lucinda Riley's multimillion copy sensation, to its stunning, unforgettable conclusion. Vaya despedida y vaya regalo para los lectores. Pensé que nunca conoceríamos el final y lo hemos tenido, así que gracias a Harry Whittaker por hacerlo posible, pero sobre todo a su madre, a Lucinda. Gracias por habernos regalado estas historias, por habernos hecho viajar y por haberme regalado momentos tan especiales con tus libros. The story in the book has a time-skip from 1919 to just before Christmas 1943. Given the UK setting, we would expect Bo and Elle to appear relatively soon after their departure from Bergen to Scotland. We meet few likely candidates for Pa Salt, who we would expect to be a well-mannered and reserved early to mid twenties male.

Ignoring the Pearl Sister, these people all fit in very well together - the timing all works out, and they show the development of Pa Salt as a person. In every instance he is caring and kind, particularly towards orphans and those who are disadvantaged. It also fits into the narrative in most cases for why he might have adopted each daughter, having met and respected their great/great-great grandmothers.Qué ganas tenía de leer esta novela ¡por Dios! Que conste que iba con algo de recelo por varios motivos: The biggest question was: who is Pa Salt and how did he adopt such very different girls from all over the world. As an expected and hoped, Atlas: The Story of Pa Salt is big, dramatic and astounding. We travel through times of loss, tragedy, war, turmoil and He is talented carver, a skill he would have learned from his time working with Landowski - he carves Pip a piano stool from wood

Putting it all together, and strongly speculating here, I think that Pa Salt (a.k.a the little French orphan / Bo / Mr Tanit / the ice-cream man) lost his wife (Elle / Mrs Tanit) at some stage between 1944 and 1951. At some point within that time, she gave birth to a daughter, putting the daughter at age 56-63 in 2007. We don't know Marina's age, but could she be Pa Salt's daughter? It doesn't necessarily fit with the timing, given we would expect Merope to be the youngest. Pa Salt also said to Maia that he never expected to bring the 7th sister home, so that theory requires some more work. Pa Salt is a character who amassed a fortune but towards the end of his life, the sisters realise they hardly know much about him, so this book is the story of how he became the man he is and what motivated him to adopt the girls. Each one from a different part of the world and one Sister in particular held his heart for reasons that will become clear…. The final novel in the Seven Sisters series is now out now! The book was published on the 11 May 2023. What are the other books in the Seven Sisters series?There was so much anticipation and emotion throughout this book that I truly felt as though I was one of the sisters hunkered down reading Pa’s story upon the Titan… to say I was engrossed would be an understatement.

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