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Last Light (A Restoration Novel) Paperback – September 3, 2013
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The two manage to get home, where they are thrilled to find the four other members of their family waiting for them. But there they realize their problems are just beginning. With no access to the outside world, they don't know what is happening elsewhere. How wide spread is the power outage? How long will it last?
None of this sits well with Deni, who was scheduled to start a new job in Washington DC in a week. Her fiancee is still there, and she desperately wants to get back to him.
But the Branning family has other issues to deal with. Like day to day survival. With no water and no stores, how will they survive?
And things just get worse when Deni and her younger sister find the dead bodies....
This book is absolutely engrossing. I found myself caught up in the scenario, wondering how I would survive if modern technology stopped working. While there were some convenient plot points (their neighborhood is around a lake), it was handled very well. And the murder storyline only added to the intrigue. The story did stall ever so slightly in the middle, however. My bigger complaint is the characters. They are a bit one dimensional most of the time, which did make it easy to spot the villain. Since this is a Christian novel, the Bible is pretty heavily featured at times. Frankly, I loved that aspect of the story.
Even though I didn't feel the characters truly developed, I couldn't stop thinking about the book or the characters. If you want an entertaining read that will make you think, pick up this novel.
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Great story. Recommended it to anyone who loves a fictional store that could be true as our world is depending so much on power. A must readPublished 29 days ago by Amazon Customer
This is smoothly written and creative. The characters are well developed and interesting. The story is exciting and fun to read.Published 1 month ago by R Scott
Interesting to think about how to do without so many of the conveniences we take for granted every day. Can't wait to read the rest of the series.Published 1 month ago by Tammy
I never heard of Terri Blackstock yet I gave the book a try. She had me captured by the end of the first few chapter. Very enjoyable,spiritual but not preachy. A good readPublished 2 months ago by Sandra Chasse
Thought provoking and interesting. Good story line as well. I'm currently reading book 2 and like it too.Published 2 months ago by Cathy
I have read the whole series. As I tried to remember the name of the book, the images were so vivid in my mind I thought I had seen it as a movie! Read morePublished 3 months ago by marcy