Book Thirty-One of 2014: SEEING LIGHT by Michelle Warren


As the corruption of the Society intensifies and the questions surrounding her mother mount, Seraphina Parrish embarks on a journey to find Terease in the terrifying Wandering city of Nocturna. But the information she learns there only sends her team on a dangerous mission to fulfill an ancient prophecy. Delving deep into the disturbing secrets of their world, the revelations quickly unravel, revealing shocking truths about the Society and Sera’s life. In the end, power and courage clash in a mission for freedom that may shatter the Wandering world completely.

This book had everything. It pulled me in so fast that it was tough to put it down. Every question that the other two books were answered in a series of events that I had never even thought of. Honestly, out of the three, this one is officially my favorite.

I don’t know what to say that won’t delve into important parts in the book. It has that much action going on in the pages. The characters are the same, but Seraphina grows more in this book than she was before. In the previous two books, she was headstrong and didn’t know how to trust the very people who were made to be like family. In this one, she not only trusts them, but also incorporates them in her planning.

We find out who is actually running the Society as well as where Cece came from. Yeah, every possible question is answered. If you’ve read the first two books, this is a must!

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