Theo and Colby are running for their lives.
They now know the true enemy. Sanctum’s pursuit is constant, and it begins to take its toll on both Colby and the Eidolon. Colby grows weaker each time she flashes, while the Fray’s beckoning is driving Theo to madness.
If they can make it out alive, it will be a miracle.
Their bond will be stretched thin; their sanity stretched even thinner. Enemies become allies, and a brother’s journey to revenge comes to its snapping point in the last chronicle of the Lucent series.
Reviewed by Melanie Newton
There is a lot of emotional turmoil in this book. The violence is not graphic but there are many threats and sacrifices in the story.
Talk of a murder that happened before. Talk of planning murders.
Mention of a girl who committed suicide at school.
There is a drug given to help them sleep that when they wake they will be hungry - A character says in other places it would be called pot.
Some use of prescription sedation.
Lucents (They have various gifts including the ability to travel like teleporting) Some are more powerful than others – and some can travel through time.
Other: This is a YA story that concludes the Lightning trilogy.