I give The Last Keeper of the Light: a dystopian fantasy by Nikki Broadwell, 5 stars.
Sandal barely remembers life before the electricity was shut down and everything stopped. She has been living this way for a long, long time. She is now on a journey. She doesn’t exactly know where, but the the light seems to be guiding her. Along the way, she reflects events from her past, both good and bad. But where is she headed? Is it all in her mind?
This was a book like none I have read before. I’ll be honest, the way it started had me leary. I thought it was going to be another survivor after the world ends type book. And yes there is a bit of that, but mainly to build the story. There is so much more going on in this book. Sandal is an incredible character, she went through hell multiple types and came out stronger. She took her happiness where she could get it. She is a survivor and it was wonderful seeing her story. I would love to read more of this world and more of her.
This a dystopian fantasy that I highly recommend for adults of all ages. There are some adult themes in here that to me make it for those over 18, but it is highly worth the time and money to read. You will not regret it!
Review by @erinwolf79