Thursday, 14 August 2014

REVIEW - Flying Season for the Mis-Recorded by Ann Christy


Bought from Amazon!

Books in the Silo 49 Series: 




Silo 49: Flying Season for the Mis-Recorded


So in the last Silo 49 book we met Lillian a young woman taking part in the massive race inside the silo, she was mentored by the enigmatic Greg, Flying Season for the Mis-Recorded takes us back to Greg's youth and his involvement with Lizbet, a 19 year old who is shunned and ridiculed by the denizens of the deep.

Lizbet loves to dance, it makes her feel free and alive, the rest of the people in the silo avoid her, her past continues to haunt her and her future is uncertain, she is living in the moment with no friends with the exception of Greg who she has been teaching to dance.

It's the day before her 20th birthday, if she had grown up with a normal family life she would now be making her life partner choice but she is alone, would anyone miss her if she wasn't there?

This fourth Silo 49 story is an insight in to why Greg is the way he is, Lizbet is one of these characters you just want to reach in the book and give a big hug to, she seems so fragile yet determined, her story is incredibly sad but it is one you need to read.

Flying Season is awarded 5 out of 5


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