Imagine never seeing real sunlight and relying on virtual reality to survive. As you read The City of Light, you follow the adventures of Wish, Niah, Tye and Hart on their quest to find the cure and save the people of Nar who haven’t seen real sunlight in years and have spent their days waiting, locked in domed cities and a virtual reality.
The City of Light is full of twists and turns, ravenous, monstrous beasts and perilous traps. All the while the main character lives with a terminal illness but she does not let it stop her and she shows tremendous courage and strength throughout the journey.
If you love Sci-fi and action-packed adventure mixed with suspense, you will just love The City of Light! I recommend it for fans of The Matrix, Divergent and other thrilling sci-fi dystopian novels. This book is the first in a series called the Chronicles of Nar and is suitable for most ages, there’s no sex scenes, references to drugs or super gory violence. There is a little bit of violence and dark themes but nothing too scary for kids.
Do you love gripping and thrilling stories that throw you straight into the action and leave you on the edge of your seat till you finish? If you answered yes, you will love IDA by Alison Evans!
IDA is a fabulous story which I absolutely adored reading, whilst exploring the pages you will journey through different dimensions as you fall in love with Ida and wish for her to find her way home. IDA is full of surprising and stunning twists and turns that I never saw coming, this made it impossible for me to put the book down and go to sleep. When I finished reading IDA I was so sad because I am craving more. It did conclude beautifully so I’m not expecting a sequel but I hope there’s one on the horizon as I need more adventures with Ida!
I highly recommend this book if you love action, adventure, suspense, paranormal stories and sci-fi. I personally love that most of the characters are members of the LGBTQ+ community and are awesome and inspirational without it being a “coming out” story or there being any angst or negativity about that aspect of the characters. They just are who they are, and that’s epic!