Book Review: The Lights Will Never Fade by Jackson Paul Baer

Trey Stone

(As per usual, minor spoilers might be floating around down here)

Plot: 18-year old Peyton Hamilton–after a horrible family tragedy–has her entire life turned around when she’s forced to move in with Aunt Charity.

I tend to elaborate on the plots, but let’s just say there’s trauma, there’s horrible pasts, there’s beautiful futures, and the unfolding of a great relationship between (semi-estranged) aunt and niece.

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I’ve read one other book by Baer. I liked it, I really did, but there were things about it that made it difficult to get into, stylistic characteristics that (for me), made me take a while to get excited about.

But this time I came prepared. I knew about Baer, I knew about how he writes (which is bloody beautiful by the way), and I dove in head first, knowing what to expect.

Boy was I wrong.

This book was better. Let’s just get that…

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