Self-Published by Michelle Warren in October 2013|296 pages
Where I Got It: the nook store
Series: The Seraphina Parrish Trilogy #3
Genre: YA Paranormal
As the corruption of the Society intensifies and the questions surrounding her mother mount, Seraphina Parrish embarks on a journey to find Terease in the terrifying Wandering city of Nocturna. But the information she learns there only sends her team on a dangerous mission to fulfill an ancient prophecy. Delving deep into the disturbing secrets of their world, the revelations quickly unravel, revealing shocking truths about the Society and Sera’s life. In the end, power and courage clash in a mission for freedom that may shatter the Wandering world completely.
What I Thought:
This has been such an interesting series to read, and Seeing Light is no exception! I liked seeing how everything came to an end, and there’s no way i could have predicted anything that happened, or how things I thought were true were so wrong.
Everything really did come together so well, and I liked seeing how things really unfolded. Everything really is slowly revealed over the course of the series, and I liked seeing the events that led to everything going awry in the first place. Which I know is vague, but I also don’t want to spoil it because it definitely makes you seeing the first two books so differently.
I really like Seraphina and how much she’s changed since we first saw her in Wander Dust. She really is a great character, and I love that she has people can depend on. Namely, her team, and I love that they work together to figure things out. I’m so glad she could set things right.
There are so many little details that make this world seem real, and Warren did such a great job with revealing everything at the right time. Everything gets resolved really well, but the one thing I’ve always wondered is why this world exists and how it came to be. There really is a lot more to this world than we’ll ever know, but there is that part of me that always wondered why they have the abilities they do and what sorts of things they do when they’re done with school.
Let’s Rate It:
Seeing Light is a great conclusion to this series! So much happens and I liked seeing how everything got resolved…even if I’m sad to see the series end. Seeing Light gets 4 stars.