Dark Lights

Dark Lights

by Briar Lee Mitchell

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BN ID: 2940151417372
Publisher: Permuted Press
Publication date: 06/16/2015
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 282
File size: 557 KB

About the Author

Briar Lee Mitchell holds a doctorate in Educational Leadership/Higher Education and has worked as an illustrator/writer since the mid 1970’s. Her paintings have appeared in the Smithsonian, The National Archives and she has worked for Lucasfilm, Warner Bros., Universal Studios, Disney and the FBI. Her first book with Permuted Press, Big Ass Shark garnered excellent reviews. For more information about the author, or to contact her directly, visit her website at: www.briarmitchell.com

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Dark Lights 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
19269684 More than 1 year ago
I am so lucky! I saw this book, read the summary and knew I wanted it. I tried to find it and couldn't, so I did the next best thing; I reached out to the author, Briar Lee Mitchell. And thankfully, she sent me a link in Amazon! I will never regret the day I asked if she could send time a copy. Never! Now in the book Dark Lights, you have to be prepared for a strange and dark read. There's a lot going on. As the reader, you find your immersed in the troubles of the Bahamian Pointe-du-Lac, a place that once housed employees and families of a logging industry. Abandoned for many years, the place isn't used or even visited anymore. Not until Casey and James. And then Amos, Bill, Soloon... etc! A slew of folks, the EPA, folks at a diver's lodge, the local police and even three sexy Coast Guard officers/mercs are trapped on the waters and land of Pointe-du-Lac. Though deserted, the area's busy with appear to be ghostly apparitions, siren-like wails and mini tidal waves carrying man-eating sharks! Everyone, excluding Casey and James are there through no desire of their own, but all want out, and can't escape the lights. The Dark Lights... I enjoyed Dark Lights, but I do have to say, there were a few times I wasn't quite sure what I was supposed to be seeing. The description was a bit difficult to follow, so I had to force my imagination to hopefully see what the author wanted me to see. Had there been a bit more clarification, I think I'd have followed much better. For the full review: http://tinyurl.com/h36x3lh **eBook from author, Briar Lee Mitchell, for an honest review.