“We weren’t navigating our lives; life was navigating us.”
I find that I cannot adequately review this one to give it the respect it deserves. Every page leads to more secrets and more action. And because I cannot properly review this, I want to talk about something that seems irrelevant but will eventually get to a point. (I hope)
When I watch a drama show, I always look at the whole and decide which character has evolved the most. I’m going to use GoT for an example. I choose Theon because he’s flawed, but he’s an ever-changing landscape, and while he’s sometimes in the background, the moments he’s at the forefront are powerful. His role is every bit as important to the show. Without spoiling anything, I will say that Amber is Theon. And I left this book in awe at how far she’s come.
I always think there mustn’t be any more to the puzzle, and then Kailee goes and dumps 1100 pieces (or pages in this case) onto the board, and it’s time to put it back together again.
“We are blind, bound into the fleeting fight, until a new clarity glides into view and our perspective shifts.” It’s an ever-changing landscape in so many ways. This one is a wild ride, nicely done.
A Dark Place is available on Amazon for $4.99, but you will need to have read the books before this one, but trust me, you’ll want to.