Friday, January 04, 2013

Lizzy Ford, Summers Night - Review

Lizzy Ford, Summers Night - Review

One choice. One soul. One price.

Summer’s choice threatens to destroy not only her own life, but Decker’s, too, on the night she falls into the Dark. With both Summer and Decker trapped by their choices, it’s up to Decker’s twin to find a way to make things right.

Beck, the new Master of Light, is forced to step up in his role as the protector of Light. He discovers that sometimes, the protector must come between the Dark and its own Master in order to save them both from being consumed. To save his brother, he must risk everything – even his soul – on the slim chance Summer can redeem herself, if given a second chance. If he’s right, he’ll save Decker from a lifetime of agony. 

If he’s wrong, he’ll lose much more than Decker and Summer, for there will be no one standing between Darkness and the rest of the world.

I literally couldn't get this book downloaded onto my kindle fast enough after reading the first in the Witchling series, I don't deal well with cliffhangers as I am incredibly impatient when it comes to waiting for second installments. 

This book I would say is an essential read in the story as it really gives you a better idea idea of what is going on and what exactly has happened with Summer after she fell of the cliff at the end of Dark Summer, (after all it was left with a cliff hanger, pun was intended). 

From this Novella you gain more perspective into three characters which personally I have found very fascinating  Beck, Sam and Rania. Even though this book is a short read the writing skill goes above and beyond once again I really commend Lizzy and her style.

It is written from the perspective of Raina and Beck and you are able to learn not only more about what has happened but also why. This is totally original series with ideas that will continuously keep you guessing and wanting more, I can now safely say I will read anything that has Lizzy's name attached to it.

In just this short book you see some amazing characters and development, and overall I thoroughly enjoyed it and would read it again in a heartbeat.

5/5 for this Novella and now I am off to read the 3rd book (but second in the series). 

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