Pub Date 27 Jan 2016
Set hundreds of years in the future, The Lady Who Loved Lightning follows the characters of Paradise Lost as they journey out into a mostly deserted galaxy, searching for any life anywhere. When Walt and Chely (a young couple) find a marginally habitable new planet very far away, plans are made to develop the new world as they see fit--including procuring a new moon (as pictured on the reverse cover). New characters and old populate this fourth entry in the Carolyn & Brandy series, which also focuses on Carolyn's relationship with her boyfriend John and how she faces the very real possibility that she may certainly have lost him forever.
The two previous books in this series are Paradise Regained and Paradise Lost; the third, A World Full of Lobsters, is a manga that's currently mired in pre-production issues. The first two can be found exclusively on amazon.com.
Priscilla from the U.K. on goodreads wrote:
The Lady Who Loved Lightning is a fun easy read which makes for a nice change.
The author gives the reader an interesting take on the usual type of book in this catagory stretching the imagination as they delve into a fascinating alternative existence way into the future
Although this is part of a series can easily be read as stand alone although I find myself wanting to read the preceding novels
I have to point out that this is not my usual choice of genre but chose it because I found the title and write up interesting but would say that it is great for those readers who are fans of this type.
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Judith from goodreads.com wrote:
I really enjoyed it So refreshingly different than anything else out there. In a category of it's own.
There was some really beautiful prose in the book. Looking forward to the next book from the author.
Maria on goodreads.com wrote:
This book is indeed amazing. It became one of my favorite books. Recommend it to everyone!
Melanie from goodreads.com wrote:
I found this book to be an enjoyable read. Interesting concept especially after just viewing the total eclipse. I look forward to reading the others from the series.
And C.j.Dixon on goodreads.com rated it 4 out of 5 stars.