Book Nerd Guest Post
LUCID (Brightest Kind of Darkness, Book 2) Playlist
Unlike a lot of authors who write to music, I create my playlists after I've completed the book. I find listening to music too distracting while I write. Though, ironically, I seem to have no problem writing in a coffee shop with people talking all around me. Guess my mind thinks of all those voices as white noise. LOL!
1) Say by John Mayer - http://youtu.be/WQtGqmi2O2U
2) ‘Til I collapse by Eminem - (the music from 1:13 to 1:36) http://youtu.be/wRM0cAqAY9c
3) Let the Wind Erase Me by Assemblage 23 - http://youtu.be/ENkK1q2E-YE?t=33s
4) Wanted by Hunter Hayes - http://youtu.be/ruyaKdPfTN4
5) Death Dealer’s Descent by Renholder - http://youtu.be/PKYl0UwlDqY
6) Let Love In – Goo Goo Dolls - http://youtu.be/LVLCyKIU40Y
7) Slow Motion (Instrumental) (JUST the instrumental version by Third Eye Blind) - http://youtu.be/LXCcHPu0Vhs?t=10s
8) Your Body is a Wonderland by John Mayer - http://youtu.be/N5EnGwXV_Pg
9) Come back to Me by David Cook - http://youtu.be/XBF6IV8W-80
During her quest to uncover the tattoo’s secrets, Nara enlists the help of some new friends and discovers her own surprising connection to Ethan.
While Nara digs deeper into the mystery, her desire for answers leads her down a dangerous path full of powerful and ruthless enemies. Swept into an age-old battle, Nara quickly learns that keeping one’s enemies close can be a necessary evil, making an intangible enemy she can control far more preferable to the human enemies she can’t.
Brightest Kind of Darkness by P.T. Michelle tells the story of typical teenager Nara. Each day she goes on with life like any normal teenager, but her normalcy ends when she sleeps at night. She precisely dreams about what will happen to her the next day. This has been happening to her since she was seven and never really had any urge to neutralize what she sees in her dreams. All of that changes when she dreams of a bomb being set off at her school. She successfully prevents the bomb threat by anonymously calling in. What she did not realize is that she has diverted fate and now fate is after the people that would have been casualties in the bomb.
Excitement, suspense, and mystery encircle this book. The storyline is unique and interesting. A truly creative plot that keeps the reader engaged and fascinated. Michelle’s writing method flows like liquid. She avoids confusing time frame skips which helped this remarkable story’s pace to not speed up, and more importantly, does not slow down. The mystery that envelops the story is gripping. It offered something new and exciting on each page which draws the reader in more and more.
The character development is high-class. Nara is very interesting, pleasing, and very likable. Michelle has crafted such a great character that readers will defend her throughout the book. The perilous and defiant Ethan is every bit the bad-boy type but he was not a cliché. The book is all around refreshing and appealing that will have readers attentively waiting for the sequel.
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