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Light - Michael Grant

  This was a spectacular last book for a spectacular series! The gone books have all led up to this novel, building up anticipation and excitement along the way: and this book was no disappointment because it will blow you away! As a YA thriller this book is definitively for older readers. You can always tell if a series is gripping by seeing if you are sad to leave the story at the end of the last novel, and I was just that. It's like losing a part of you if you are really loving the story and have loved it from the first sentence, and I certainly did. The FAYZ maybe ended but Grants not done with us yet! Because his other books include: The Bzrk series and The Magnificent 12 series. So get reading!

  Magnificent, with this book we see the light! (Literally on the front cover)  10/10

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