I am so lucky! I saw this book, read the summary and knew I wanted it. I tried to find it and couldn't, so I did the next best thing; I reached out to the author, Briar Lee Mitchell. And thankfully, she sent me a link in Amazon! I will never regret the day I asked if she could send time a copy. Never!
Now in the book Dark Lights, you have to be prepared for a strange and dark read. There's a lot going on. As the reader, you find your immersed in the troubles of the Bahamian Pointe-du-Lac, a place that once housed employees and families of a logging industry. Abandoned for many years, the place isn't used or even visited anymore. Not until Casey and James. And then Amos, Bill, Soloon... etc!
A slew of folks, the EPA, folks at a diver's lodge, the local police and even three sexy Coast Guard officers/mercs are trapped on the waters and land of Pointe-du-Lac. Though deserted, the area's busy with appear to be ghostly apparitions, siren-like wails and mini tidal waves carrying man-eating sharks!
Everyone, excluding Casey and James are there through no desire of their own, but all want out, and can't escape the lights. The Dark Lights...
I enjoyed Dark Lights, but I do have to say, there were a few times I wasn't quite sure what I was supposed to be seeing. The description was a bit difficult to follow, so I had to force my imagination to hopefully see what the author wanted me to see. Had there been a bit more clarification, I think I'd have followed much better.
It took a bit of time to get to the true mystery of the story too. Everything was baffling, and I couldn't figure out a few things. There was no explanation for the drawings in the small logging shacks or the people that ran to hide (in Casey's dream/vision)- what was that about? And why did they eat dead, irradiated bodies? I can't say who I'm talking about in the review sadly, because I won't give SPOILERS! But I can say, it was an adventurous story. Not the ending I thought I'd get, but not too shabby.
Check it out- it's available wherever all books are sold and in ebook form. On to the next read!📚
Rating: 👓👓👓 out of 5 specs
*A Letter From the Dead is next.
**eBook from author, Briar Lee Mitchell, for an honest review.
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