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Moondust

Luminescence Trilogy, Book 3
Narrated by: Courtney Parker
Series: Luminescence Trilogy, Book 3
Length: 6 hrs and 49 mins
Categories: Teen & Young Adult
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Summary

Light and dark - polar opposites. That is how Brianna sees Gavin and Lukas. One is the brightest stream of sunshine, and the other as dark as twilight.

Brianna Rafferty is a clàr silte - a witch with the power to strip others of their magic. Her gift both scares the bejesus out of her and thrills her.

Her future is bleak and troublesome, filled with uncertainty. There are those who cloud her decisions, make her doubt herself and what she feels. Sometimes it takes more than courage to make the ultimate sacrifice.

In the end, she will have to face her toughest decision yet. There is evil working among her, threatening all those she loves. In a journey of self-discovery, Brianna will do whatever it takes to protect them. No matter the cost.

©2014 J. L. Weil (P)2018 Courtney Parker

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  • 23-12-19

Just Okay

The narration was fine, a little slow but fine. The trilogy story line was good, it's the only reason I read all three. I'm disappointed by the main character. Shes overly whiny, comes across as dingy and lacks substance. Gavin's character was good, enjoyable but also lacking. There's a lot of over explaining of simple things. I've read a few by J.L. Weil and while I believe the storylines are good I think there's a struggle to sound current to young people. I believe this does an injustice to teens. Please try to drop the need to "fit in" by using slang. It ends up sounding stupid.

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