Wednesday, 18 January 2017

A Gleam of Light (The Survival Trilogy #1)

Science Fiction

By T.J. & M.L. Wolf

Paperback 340 pages
Publisher CreateSpace Independent Publishing (30 Dec 2016)
ASIN B01N2SDAC6
ISBN-13 978-1541055636







๐Ÿ“•My Review

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A good read and quite a change from anything else I've previously read. Being from the UK, Native American Indian land protection laws are not something one comes across in everyday life and this book has given me an insight.

The plot, whilst interesting, lacked pace and could have benefited from being cranked up a notch. I presume that's due to it being book one in a trilogy; i.e. book one sets the scene, book two develops the plot and book three ties up loose ends. It will be interesting to see how authors T.J. & M.L. Wolf move the story forwards in books two and three.

My thanks to authors T.J. & M.L. Wolf for providing me with a copy of this book.

Barnsey's Books Rating ⭐⭐⭐

๐Ÿ“—The Blurb

In 1995, at the age of eight, Una Waters survived a terrifying encounter at 30,000 feet aboard Flight 564 from Dallas to Las Vegas. It changed her forever. After 21 years, and a decade away from the Hopi Reservation where she grew up as a child, a surprise plea for help brings Una back, to solve a mystery that threatens their traditional way of life. The U.S. Army's sudden interest regarding a cave discovery in the Sacred Peaks has triggered alarm, leading to violence. With the help of friends, new and old, Una must confront her painful past, seek proof to qualify the ancient site for protection under law, and stand up to a stiff-necked general, whose agenda is more concerned with retrieving a mysterious power source.

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