Dying Light: Light and Shadow Series review by po...
Age Range - 12 and up
Genre - Fiction
Five Star Award

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Age at time of review - 15
Reviewer's Location - Sammamish, WA, United States
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Sienna is a young girl who is a Light Lacer. She has special powers that allow her to survive against the seemingly cruel Shadow Weavers. But when Sienna finds out she is part Shadow Weaver herself, and accidentally almost renders her kind extinct, she goes into exile. After a long period of running and hiding, she finally decides to kill the Shadow Weavers who hurt her family. She promises to find her long lost father along the way. Will she succeed in her mission? Will she fail? Read to find out!



Dying Light is a great adventure book. One of the things that stands out about this book is the amazing descriptions. The author paints a vivid picture in your head about what is happening in the book through the masterful descriptions. I also liked the plot. There were many twists and turns that made me want to continue reading the book. This was also aided by the fast-paced plot. Finally, I liked the characters. They are well-developed, full of personality, and very relatable. 

Overall, I would highly recommend Dying Light because of its vivid descriptions, amazing plot, fast pace, and witty characters. This book is great for anyone 13 years or older and I give this book a 5/5. Have fun reading this book.

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Just a adventure book



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