This a wonderful story set thousands of years in the future, when Vicars of the Temple of Light control the people. In the town of Little Pond three ..Show More »friends, Orah, Nathaniel, and Thomas are coming of age. When Thomas is taken and than returned from a "teaching", a secret ritual, that has left Thomas changed and broken, Orah and Nathaniel search for the secret behind the ritual that hurt their friend so much, only to find it also left them threatened as well. When Orah is taken next for a teaching, Nathaniel follows and what they both find in the cells under Temple City will change their whole world forever if they make it out in time, the race is on.
This was a wonderful book, kind of like Harry Potter meets Divergent. The action is non-stop and though some spots are predictable others are quite surprising and refreshing. There are as many twists and turns as there are Vicars, and the treasure hunt to the keep was fun and masterful.
I listened to this in audiobook form which made some of the cytology parts hard to try and figure out for yourself, but narrator Erin DeWard does a excellent job with all the characters and their voices, he captures and uses the attitude of the book to suck you in and keep you listening well past when you should.
Orah and Nathaniel have found their way across the ocean and have found even more people pitted against each other. One advanced and one just beginni..Show More »ng their journey. Can Orah and Nathaniel bring the sides together so they can become one, and can Orah and Nathaniel do it before the lose themselves to the dreamers in the never ending dream.
This is a great sequel to the first book The Children of Darkness, there is a lot of action, suspense, and so much emotion in this book it will keep you mesmerized until the end. The narrator Erin deWard brought this book to life for the listener as Orah, telling her story for all to hear. She is a awesome narrator making each character unique, I really can't wait for the next book.