On his grandparents remote North Carolina farm for the summer, Nate discovers there's more happening on the rambling property than anyone realizes. To stop a terrorist's plot and prevent a military disaster, he must unravel the clues around him and use what he learns about the farm, the Underground Railroad, and the lost secrets of an old ghost to become the Last Station Master.
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The Last Station Master: A Boy, a Terrorist, a Secret, and Trouble based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
This story is a wonderful combination of history with a modern-day mystery. Great suspense and action too! I would call this a must read for suspense and mystery lovers age ten and up.
Nate and his friend Malcolm were pulled over for joyriding in a neighbor's car. Nate's punishment consisted of being sent to his grandparents in rural North Carolina. He expected it to be a boring summer. Upon arrival at the airport, passengers were held until the plane was searched. Will this be his only excitement? The story started a little slow for me. Once Nate arrived at his grandparents, it picked up. I felt the storyline took on a great pace from there. I enjoyed the history lesson. I highly recommend “The Last Station Master” for tweens. It demonstrates how the older generation survived in their day. It made me appreciate the days before the internet. Reviewed by: Jas