While a lot of these stories deal with all the shenanigans we pulled in liberty ports in the four corners of the globe, most of the time we were haze grey and underway. So sit back and enjoy reading about a navy that in all probability, no longer exists.
Ree Vera has a knack for words that never ceases to amaze me. These poems are deep, emotional, and a little bit dark and macabre, though not enough to put the reader off. In fact, it draws them in to read more. One blip on the radar that seemed to stand out was the poem for her mother. The rest seem to be romantic (sometimes happy, sometimes depressed) pieces that anyone can relate to. Can't wait to see what she comes up with next!
I've followed these stories from the beginning, and have not been disappointed yet! There were many cliffhangers, parts that made me gasp, and a few that made me blush. Hunting light starts just before Lifelights takes off, introducing Rosa (the star of Light Evolution), Synergy, and Oran Industries. It gives insight into the threat Synergy poses and how they were able to use the Lifelight's needs for their own purposes. It doesn't, however, reveal all. I believe that will be in Alina's next book, Chemical Light. I can't wait to read it!