The New Dark by Lorraine Thomson
Good evening everyone,
November is almost dripping and although I did not complete my TBR I read enough this month.
I’m here today to give you the review of The New Dark by Lorraine Thomson, sent me by Netgalley, which I’ve finally managed to finish reading.
I liked it enough. I did not expect it to be so engaging. I confess that I requested it because I liked the cover. At first I did not read the plot. But once approved I had to read it and I was quite satisfied.
The place where Sorrel, the protagonist, lived was destroyed by mutants and his brother and his best friend disappeared.
After being fainted she is helped by people who take care of her. However, despite having saved her, now they do not want to let her go away, they want to find a stable place for Sorrel in their village, but she can’t afford it, she has to save David and Eli.
The two boys were kidnapped by mutants and held prisoners. Even though David tries to escape, he does not succeed and returns in prison with many of his fellow citizens.
This is a all-to-discover book, intriguing, for all ages, from the hypnotic scenes from whose pages you won’t want to get off until the end.
It’s not one of those books where there is an adventure after another, but that’s the value of this book. It has the right pace to make you fall in love with the protagonists from the first page as each book should do.
To the next time with an article that will not be a review, so if you have any ideas let me know,