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The Last Train to Key West In Three Women Are Forever Changed When One Of The Most Powerful Hurricanes In History Barrels Toward The Florida Keys In New York Timesbestselling Author Chanel Cleeton S Captivating New NovelEveryone Journeys To Key West Searching For Something For The Tourists Traveling On Henry Flagler S Legendary Overseas Railroad, Labor Day Weekend Is An Opportunity To Forget The Economic Depression Gripping The Nation But One Person S Paradise Can Be Another S Prison, And Key West Native Helen Berner Yearns To EscapeThe Cuban Revolution Of Left Mirta Perez S Family In A Precarious Position After An Arranged Wedding In Havana, Mirta Arrives In The Keys On Her Honeymoon While She Can T Deny The Growing Attraction To The Stranger She S Married, Her New Husband S Illicit Business Interests May Threaten Not Only Her Relationship, But Her LifeElizabeth Preston S Trip From New York To Key West Is A Chance To Save Her Once Wealthy Family From Their Troubles As A Result Of The Wall Street Crash Her Quest Takes Her To The Camps Occupied By Veterans Of The Great War And Pairs Her With An Unlikely Ally On A Treacherous Hunt Of His OwnOver The Course Of The Holiday Weekend, The Women S Paths Cross Unexpectedly, And The Danger Swirling Around Them Is Matched Only By The Terrifying Force Of The Deadly Storm Threatening The Keys

10 thoughts on “The Last Train to Key West

  1. says:

    After thinking about this novel for a few days I am going to bump my rating up to a 5 When I am still feeling something for the characters and story after 3 days it s a story that I can highly recommend This novel was a fantastic escape read and just what I wanted to read right now I had read Next Year In Havana by Chanel Cleeton and really liked it, that setting was mainly in Cuba We have three main protagonists in this novel The novel takes pla

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    4.5 hurricane starsI have become a big fan of Chanel Cleeton s historical fiction books, especially her two recent ones with Cuban roots This one is a bit different, set in the Florida Keys, but one of the female characters is from Cuba.There are three very different women whose lives all converge in the Keys in 1935 over Labor Day weekend just before and during a powerful hurricane The book alternates with chapters from each character and each secti

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    The Last Train to Key West begins just days before the Great Labor Day Hurricane of 1935 The country is still feeling the impact of the Great Depression The three main characters paths first cross in Key West at Ruby s Diner where we meet the young women whose lives will be changed by the horrific disaster about to occur.Helen Berner is nine months pregnant and is still working at Ruby s as a waitress She is trapped in a marriage with an abusive husband

  4. says:

    Jesus, I can t wait for this book to be in my possession.

  5. says:

    The Last Train to Key West is another exceptional story by Cleeton, who has quickly become a favorite among historical fiction fans When the lives of three women from vastly different circumstances intersect even as the winds from the ocean threaten devastation, secrets are exposed, love is questioned and new life emerges even as others are in danger Cleeton has fashioned a story that is gripping, romantic, and packed with drama Readers will be up late eager to

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    The Last Train to Key West takes you on an incredible and emotion charged journey through the lives of three women facing a catastrophic hurricane that changes them forever and shows them how courageous they really are This book has everything a reader could want not one but three incredible love stories, page turning drama and rich historical detail I finished the last chapter with a sigh of satisfaction that only a great book can bring about

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    The story follows three women in the Florida Keys Elizabeth, running from a forced marriage in New York Mirta, Cuban, and just married to a man she barely knows, and Helen, pregnant, with an abusive husband Their lives intersect in a surprising way during a devastating 1935 hurricane, which was one of the most powerful ever to hit the US This novel is page turning historical fiction at its best intriguing women dealing with situations they did not choose, and an intense

  8. says:

    It s 1935, and amid the Great Depression three very different women are headed to Matecumbe Key for different reasons Mirta just got married to a stranger on behest of her father, Elizabeth is running from her struggles in New York, and Helen is desperately looking for a better life now that she is about to have a baby Little do they know that their destinies are already entwined, or that one of the worst hurricanes in history is about to hitThe Keys are a very unique place

  9. says:

    This novel is so good, i can t describe it because any word i can say is very little.I loved Chanel Cleeton books so much, she is the kind of authors who made you easy involved in her books and you can t put it down for a minute It grab you from page 1 until you finish it, so excited.The characters are adorable specially Helen, she is amazing and lovely.I never been in hurricane before but when i read this i felt that i have been with them, i loved that she is taking her materi

  10. says:

    It s strange how your life can change so quickly, how one moment you can barely eke by, desperation filling your days, and then suddenly, out of the unimaginably horrific, a glimmer of something beautiful can appear like a bud pushing through the hard formed earth Do you ever get filled with such delight and happiness while reading that you can t help but smile and release a huge sigh Do you ever get filled with such fear or sadness that your heart is in your throat, and

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About the Author: Chanel Cleeton

Cleeton is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of Reese Witherspoon Book Club pick Next Year in Havana and When We Left Cuba Originally from Florida, Chanel grew up on stories of her family s exodus from Cuba following the events of the Cuban Revolution Her passion for politics and history continued during her years spent studying in England where she earned a bachelor s degree in International Relations from Richmond, The American International University in London and a master s degree in Global Politics from the London School of Economics Political Science Chanel also received her Juris Doctor from the University of South Carolina School of Law She loves to travel and has lived in the Caribbean, Europe, and Asia.