The final installment in the Fluorescence Tetralogy, Lost Souls tears to shreds everything you thought you knew about the Fluorescent Ones. David's been hiding something from the group, but it's nothing compared to what the ghoulish, grey Saviors have been keeping from them all. The disease is spreading and people are dying. With a new ally at their side, and David's life hanging in the balance, the group must put their lives on the line to find a cure.
In a unique genre all its own, Fluorescence is a striking blend of paranormal romance, fantasy and sci-fi.
Each full-length novel in the series is narrated by a different character, driving the story forward in an exciting way. It evolves from a quiet beginning into a gripping saga exploring the real-life limitations encountered while harboring a volatile secret.
Novels in the complete Fluorescence series:
I enjoyed this final chapter of the story quite a bit, and it was interesting to see if from David's point of view. Starting out, we knew at least a little bit about the other three characters because they all went to school together, but David came in from the outside and none of the others really knew about him. So you get a lot of insights in this book and I enjoyed getting to know this character more.
Story wise, this final book packs quite a punch as well. I did not see a lot of these twists and turns coming and it kept me guessing until the end. The drama and emotions of the characters were believable and in general I just really loved the story.
I don't want to say too much more than that because I don't want to spoil anything for you because you really should check it out for yourself!
If you could sum up Fluorescence: Lost Souls in three words, what would they be?
I want more!
What was one of the most memorable moments of Fluorescence: Lost Souls?
learning David's backstory
Which character – as performed by P. Anastasia – was your favorite?
Kareena - I couldn't help but feel sorry for her throughout the story
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
Yes, listened every chance I got