Gone #6: Light

More jolt than stepping barefoot on a livewire. With mutants crouching in the shadows. No-holds-barred horror fantasy a la Stephen King. We don’t know whether to rejoice or cry. The epic saga is ending. There will be light – and darkness. And a final sacrifice. It’s over. Well, nearly. The barrier wall is now as clear as glass. Life in the FAYZ is visible for the entire world to see. All eyes are on Perdido Beach. Yet life inside the dome remains a constant battle. The Darkness is still growing. And now the final power struggle is coming. Who will survive to see the light of day? Hurtling along with the force of a runaway monster truck, this is storytelling to leave you pulverised.

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    Michael Grant won the Longer Novel Category at the 2010 Sheffield Children’s Book Award and the Kernow Youth Book Award for Gone.

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