The conclusion is here.
I read it in two days this past weekend.
And I’m still thinking about it.
White Dawn by Sara Baysinger was an ending to a series to love in some of the best ways (I mean that ending was perfect! Seriously. Wouldn’t have it any other way. Excuse me while I go swoon now.).
Confession: Though I loved White Dawn, I actually wasn’t all that fond of Aurora for at least half of the book (*hides*). I liked her character, but can’t deny that I was just waiting for a certain someone to come back on the scene because I loved that character more. Aurora had a different voice (though certainly not bad) that took some time to get use to, but once I did… WOW!
Once I finished reading, I saw the things I loved about her character and how strong she was despite the life of hardship she had lived. I loved her passion to make a difference to the best of her abilities and probably above all, I loved her courage in the face of adversity. The things Rain did and said…*shivers.*
For much of Aurora’s journey I was amazed at how one person (Ember) had greatly affect not only her life, but the lives around us when Ember stepped out to make a change. I so was very touched by that message and inspired to use my life to touch others.
Especially when you see an outcome in White Dawn where things change for the better.