Flying Blind by Caroline A. Gill #BlogTour #Review

Flying Blind by Caroline A. Gill #BlogTour #Review

Flying Blind by Caroline A. Gill #BlogTour #ReviewFlying Blind by Caroline A. Gill
Series: The Flykeeper Chronicles #2
on May 21st 2016
Genres: Dystopia, Paranormal, Young Adult
Pages: 260
Format: eBook
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four-stars

In a broken America, seventeen-year old Iolani Bearse encounters a world full of wonder and danger.

Lani discovers a secret: houseflies have magic.

Stealers have no mercy.

Armed with memory-draining lanterns, the stone-cold hunters relentlessly follow catastrophes, laying traps, preying on the weak.

Together with her father, Eleanor, Sam, and Mango, her beloved pinto mare, Lani rescues victims from the grasp of Memory Stealers. One by one, she saves whomever she can, looking for any path that leads to safety. When her family’s farmhouse is attacked, Lani must act quickly to save those she loves.

Can Lani unmask their powerful, hidden enemies before the flies’ magic fails and everything burns to ashes?

Will the loss of one of her greatest friends become her downfall?

Can Lani overcome the evil that is tearing her world apart, flying blind?

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Review
Flying Blind is an excellent continuation of Flying Away. These books definitely need to be read in order to understand what is going on. Flying Blind picks up right where the first book ends.
In this book, we get a more in-depth look at the lives of the flies and how they act. Iolani gets into more trouble in this book as is to be expected. I believe Flying Blind is just as heart-wrenching as the first book if not more. The addition of a few new characters made this book so much more enjoyable.
I feel like this review is a little all over the place but the book is the same way so I think it’s fitting. This series is definitely a weird one but I enjoy it immensely.

About Caroline A. Gill

Unusual stories attract me, ones in which the reader cannot easily see the ending or most of the journey. Visiting Rome during university studies, I found a simple truth sitting on buses, traveling all over the ancient city: the joy is in the Journey, in the people I meet, not in the destination. So, I write for you. I write for sanity. I write for chocolate and really good pizza.

four-stars
  • This sounds like an emotional and well written series! Glad this sequel did not disappoint! Great review! 🙂