My rating: 3 of 5 stars
Okay. I read MIND GAMES last year and absolutely loved it. So when I found out about this novella I bought it for my Kindle.
Liberty is Luna's teenage daughter. She's a lot like her mother was at her age, and is always looking for a way out. Out of the real world, away from reality... the only place she feels at ease is in the void. She seems more silver than anything else. And there's a reason for that.
You know, I'm conflicted about this story. It's well written--Teri Terry books always are--and the concept is intriguing. But, I also feel like it cancels out more of the first book than provide explanations. Also, I didn't warm to Liberty. Not like I did for Luna during her book. So the intended emotional impact didn't hit me.
I didn't love this. IMO, it's not essential reading. It was just okay for me.