Through the lens of a dramatic, futuristic saga, Freewalker continues the stunning look at loss and revenge that began with The Dirt Eaters. In this highly suspenseful second novel in The Longlight Legacy, one year has passed since Roan, Alandra, and the children escaped from the Brothers. Now, in the haven they call Newlight, Alandra has begun traveling the Dreamfield with the children, exploring their potential. But when the children mysteriously fall into a life-threatening coma, Roan and Lumpy set off to find a cure.
The remedy may lie in the hands of Roan's lost sister, Stowe. But Stowe, now the icon of the City, has become obsessed with her growing powers - powers that threaten to overwhelm and transform her into a destructive, vindictive force.
Author Dennis Foon displays once again his great originality and unstoppable imagination.
This continues Roan's adventure but this time with his sister's plot injected into the story line. We learn more about the City, dirt and the technology. It's diffidently unlike the world we know, but feels like it could be possible. Really like how the author makes something appear differently that what it really is, only to find out it is not what you thought it was. I think the narrator does a better job here or maybe I just gotten more use to his voice. This book answers many questions, but resolves little in the way of the plot, if anything it widens. Looking forward to hearing the third book.