I love a good story that inspires.
One that leaves you walking away wanting to make a difference in this world for the better, touch someone’s life around you.
Sara Baysinger’s The Vanishing Spark of Dusk is definitely one of those books.
It’s not a story that will let you walk onto the next book and expect to jump into another book easily.
No, it’s going to remind you that not only is real love a beautiful thing, but that you have a voice. A chance to stand up and fight back for what’s right.
It’s going to remind readers that we don’t have to stand by on the sidelines watching injustice unfold, but that we can get involved and decide we want to do something about it.
Lark’s story reflects this on so many levels (even the fear that accompanies it, but also her courage to not stay silent).
I’ll leave it on this note: As it says on the front cover, “Stand up. Be heard. Fight back.”