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Where God so loved the world, Heather (or as few have dared to dub her “the goddess of condemnation”) holds a much crueler hand over her inhabitants. Every seventeen years, under her ever-watchful eye, an eclipse renders her land dark, taking the soul of everyone over the age of seventeen to the land of the unknown nothing. In its wake, Heather bestows the gift of a child ...more
Paperback, 318 pages
Published November 26th 2013 by Divine Trinity Films
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Greg Alldredge
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Five stars!
This story takes you into a strange world, leading you deeper and deeper until you can’t escape. I enjoyed the read greatly.
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I was intrigued by the story, but the book just didn't do it for me. I liked the idea and the plot was definitely interesting, but I think my biggest issue was that I didn't care about the characters enough. Zoe is described as a wonderful person, but I didn't really feel it. The characters all just seemed 2 dimensional, and I didn't like Kayla at all. The writing was also a little hard to follow at times and didn't flow very well. Th
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