Drew is caught in a world of light - just inches away from the dark
What if...there was a world beyond our vision, a world just fingertips beyond our reach? What if...our world wasn’t beyond their influence?
Tragedy and heartache seem to be waiting for Drew Carter at every turn, but college offers Drew a chance to start over—until an accident during a physics experiment leaves him blind and his genius friend, Benjamin Berg, missing.
As his sight miraculously returns, Drew discovers that the accident has heightened his neuron activity, giving him skills and sight beyond the normal man. When he begins to observe fierce invaders that no one else can see, he questions his own sanity, and so do others. But is he insane or do the invaders truly exist?
With help from Sydney Carlyle, a mysterious and elusive girl who offers encouragement through her faith, Drew searches for his missing friend, Ben, who seems to hold the key to unlocking this mystery. As the dark invaders close in, will he find the truth in time?
I loved Chuck Black’s Kingdom and Knights series. I was excited to see him come out with a new book. It was much different from his other series.
This story was filled with action throughout this story.
The characters are interesting and all very different from one another. Drew has a very strong character and some high standards in morality even though he is not a believer. He is not afraid or ashamed to stand up for those being bullied even though he is a star football player. Ben is a genius, odd, and very likable. Sydney is a believer and is strong in her beliefs.
This book is attended for the YA readers but, adults who enjoy Chuck’s Blacks previous novels should enjoy this as well.
Cloak of Light is a well written and fun book that sets up the next book in this series.
Disclaimer: I was provided a copy of this book from Blogging for Books- Waterbrook for free in order to write this review. All thoughts and opinions are mine and were not subject to editing from the publisher.
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