Lucy longs for freedom, far from the hazmat-suited/latex-gloved existence she knows.
When supplies cease to exist, 16-year-old Lucy and her mom leave on a mission to find The Light.
The Light is led by the Nobleman; born their prophet, he's always carried that weight alone. Until he discovers Lucy's secret ability to hold light in her hand.
Lucy's connection with the Nobleman bares The Light's dark motives, forcing her to decide between love and freedom.
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Great beginning to an interesting Triology
This book rates in the top two thirds of books I have listened to.
Overall I liked her performance, but her intonation was a little flat at times and other times was over the top. The later when she was doing the voices of the smaller children. Her voice did not annoy me, as some others do, and she didn't try too hard to do male voices which can really kill a good performance.. I would give her a solid 3 stars overall.
There is a scene in the book where one of the characters is sexually attacked. The author does a good job of describing the scene without being too graphic about it, but it still makes you cringe when you hear it.
I think the Author did a very good job with this book. It is probably geared a bit more toward the adolescent "hunger games" crowd, but I am a 40 something year old man and I enjoyed the story quite a bit. There was a romance building section in the middle of the book that grew a bit tiresome for me, but she got back into the action pretty fast after it was over.
This is a trilogy and the book ends right in the middle of an important scene, so expect to buy the next one if you like this one and want to find out what happens.
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