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“Her voice was like flower petals falling on wet grass.”

Eref is about to die. He sits at the End of Light World, accepting his stoning execution one rock at a time, until the impossible happens: the ground opens up beneath him, and he drops down into the unknown.

There, he meets Caer, a kind-hearted girl from Dark World who saves his life. Together, the pair forms an unlik
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Kindle Edition, 2, 199 pages
Published October 31st 2011 (first published January 6th 2009)
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Calypso
Jan 11, 2012 rated it liked it
Um livro de leitura fácil e bastante acessível. O enredo é simples, bastante simples até e algo previsível mas, e apesar de achar que os acontecimentos se sucederam demasiado rápido, conseguiu cativar-me.
Jagged
Dec 20, 2012 rated it did not like it
I was not a fan of this book.
It is a combination of the writing being much too young for me (I'm only 26...but I feel like this is written more for 11-15 year old's, even though the main characters are 17/18.)and the excitement level was just not high enough to keep me interested.

At first I wasn't sure how I felt about the names of things in these worlds being a different 'language' which really was just the English word all jumbled up. But over time I decided that I personally couldn't stand it
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Jason
Nov 01, 2011 rated it really liked it
I just finished reading From Light to Dark and I was pleasantly surprised. I was surprised because Fantasy Romance is not a genre that I gravitate towards, nor do I believe the book's target audience is men in their 30s. Regardless of these two personal hurdles, this book is excellent. Marrying the inspiration of one of the greatest love stories ever penned, Romeo & Juliet, with the greek mythology of Icarus, you have a killer story combination.

My biggest obstacle when it comes to Fantasy are ch
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Mar 10, 2013 rated it it was amazing
I loved this book at the end I found myself with tears on my face great ending,
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i liked the ending, for the first time with such ending~
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Goodreads Authors...: From Light to Dark, YA fantasy 2 8 Oct 31, 2011 04:04PM  
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Irene L. Pynn’s plays include I, Cockroach, The Church of Saint Bearer, We’re Having a Baby!, The Train, How to Field Dress an Android, and several shorts. Her work has been produced and/or developed around the United States and abroad by First Person Theatre, What If? Productions, The Alley Theatre, Torrent Theatre, Starlite Players, Fury Theatre, Otherworld Theatre, M.T. Pockets Theatre, Playwri ...more

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“I can’t do it, Caer,” Eref said. “I can’t say goodbye to you, too.”
Caer’s smile grew as she came even closer. “I’m going with you,” she whispered, “so you don’t have to say goodbye.”
They kissed. Her lips felt soft and cool, and her mouth was unbelievably sweet. Caer’s hand brushed his cheek and brought him closer. He reached up and took her
hand in his. He didn’t want to ever let go.”
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