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In Your Light ☃ In Your Light PDF / Epub ✑ Author A.J. Grainger – Are you still a sister if one of you is missing Sixteen year old Lil’s heart was broken when her sister Mella disappeared There’s been no trace or sighting of her since she vanished so when Lil se Are you still a sister if one of you is missing Sixteen year old Lil’s heart was broken when her sister Mella disappeared There’s been no trace or sighting of her since she vanished so when Lil sees a girl lying in the road near her house she thinks for a heart stopping moment In Your PDF/EPUB or that it’s Mella The girl is injured and disorientated and Lil has no choice but to take her home But something’s not right The girl claims she’s from a peaceful community called The Sisterhood of the Light but why then does she have strange marks down her arms and what – or who – is she running from Could she hold the key to Mella's disappearance And what happens if the Sisterhood is unwilling to let its daughters go.

  • Paperback
  • 240 pages
  • In Your Light
  • A.J. Grainger
  • English
  • 20 February 2015

About the Author: A.J. Grainger

wwwajgraingercom where she talks about books writing editing making things and procrastinating.

10 thoughts on “In Your Light

  1. Carrie Carrie says:

    The Sisterhood by AJ Grainger is a young adult mysterythriller that takes a reader into the world of a cult With a dark and stormy night starting this one off it certainly set the chilling atmosphere right awaySixteen year old Lil hasn’t given up on finding her sister Mella who disappeared four months ago Every day she makes new posts hoping that Mella will somehow see and know she is loved and missed but it seems everyone else has given up hope of her returnWhen Lil goes out with her bike she never expects to end up crashing when she comes across a young girl lying in the road After her own fall her phone is broken so when Lil finds the girl is alive and awake she takes her back to her own home where she finds that the young girl seems to know of MellaThe story in this one follows Lil in the present during the chapters but between each gives a brief glimpse into the cult and their world As I mentioned this had a great dark and creepy vibe to it to get the reader into the mood for the mystery I did find however that things did seem to move at a really slow pace without much action I’m not sure if maybe the author should have gone for of the cult point of view or simply having happen with Lil though it just seemed to need a little something Overall though I’d give this one 3 12 stars and didn’t find it a bad read in the endI received an advance copy from the publisher via NetGalleyFor reviews please visit

  2. Shannon (It Starts At Midnight) Shannon (It Starts At Midnight) says:

    You can find the full review and all the fancy andor randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight 25This wasn't bad just kind of predictable  I am going to keep this short because it's a mystery book and you don't want me to give away too much of course So I suppose a likes versus dislikes is the way to go yet again The Things I Liked •Atmosphere on point It was rainy and creepy and dismal and that is what I want to happen in a mystery The author did a good job at setting the scene for all sorts of roadblocks some literally in terms of being able to easily solve the problem and did it in a realistic way •The cult was definitely a mess This is the kind of stuff I want from a cult sketchy leadership dire situations and general awfulness And it was definitely present in this book The Things I Didn't  •Like I said it was so predictable for me view spoilerI mean we're supposed to know that Mella is in the cult from page 1 basically right? Because if that was supposed to be a twist well it really really isn't hide spoiler

  3. PinkAmy loves books, cats and naps PinkAmy loves books, cats and naps says:

    Big disappointment THE SISTERHOOD read like fantasy than contemporary I didn’t enjoy the writing the characters weren’t engaging and the plot was nothing special

  4. Morris Morris says:

    Being a thriller about a cult I expected great things from The Sisterhood Instead it was only ok It wasn't bad just predictable and not all that thrillingThis unbiased review is based upon a complimentary copy provided by the publisher

  5. Kelly Kelly says:

    45 stars In Your Light is dark twisty and captivating You won’t be able to take your eyes off the pages as you devour the words trying to find out what happens next With layered and complex characters an exciting climax and a good dose of mystery there’s something in here for everyone An intense but powerful read that will stay with me for some timeRead my full thoughts and review on my blog

  6. Kirsty Kirsty says:

    This book was ok however I didn't love it This book followed Lil whose sister has gone missing She helps Alice who has come from the Sisterhood of the Light which is a cult which Lil's sister has become involved with I found the story moved uite slowly and very little happened I think I may have found the plot interesting if it focused on Mella rather than Lil The story didn't hook me in the way that I was expecting it to The majority of the action happened within the last 20% of the book Overall this was an ok read for me I didn't love it and I don't think it is going to be a story that I remember or reread

  7. Lost in Book Land Lost in Book Land says:

    I was recently given the ARC ebook copy of The Sisterhood by AJ Grainger to read and I finally got the chance to check it out not that long ago so I wanted to go ahead and share some thoughtsSPOILERS AHEADOur main character Lil is 17 and her sister is missing which is the perfect book for me because I love stories with a good mystery Lil is heartbroken over her missing sister and wants nothing in the world than for her sister Mella to return home However there are no new leads and no one has seen or heard anything since she has disappeared Then one day there Lil sees a girl lying in the road When Lil gets closer to her she realizes it’s not Mella but it is a girl who is super disoriented and confused about where she is and what is going on Lil takes her home with her and learns a little about this mysterious girl She learns the girl is part of this community called the Sisterhood of Light and she has these marks all over her arms However this does not tell her much about the girl and only leaves her uestions It also leaves her wondering about MellaI really enjoyed this tale of heartbreak and mystery The Sisterhood of Light aspect was uniue and interesting and unlike the books I have read recently When I was first reading this through I honestly thought the girl in the road was going to be Mella and she was not going to remember anything that happened to her so the curveball of it being someone else and the Sisterhood of Light was a page turner for me and only added to the mystery I gave this book 4 stars on Goodreads It comes out February 12th go check it out

  8. Ava Anderson Ava Anderson says:

    I really liked this book I think it was very well told but I will say that I really want to know about the Sisterhood and Moon And the last 100 pages were very drawn out and not super interesting

  9. Prathima Deepak Prathima Deepak says:

    one time read

  10. Teenreadsdotcom Teenreadsdotcom says:

    AJ Granger presents THE SISTERHOOD 304 astonishing pages of truths and lies Dark and LightMouse lost her name when she lost her sister Nowadays she is Lil and eight months have passed since Mella Laverty’s disappearance A new day brings Lil to the kayak club and she begins once again attempting to not let her own mind be empowered against herself Nevertheless Mella speaks through her sister’s head despite her unwillingness The memories pain her Taking hold of her bike she pedals suddenly swerves and soon stares in dismay at the figure lying ahead of herA strange girl is sprawled across the pavement on a nearly isolated street Blood streaks her forehead as she lies in an unconscious state Even stranger when she wakes she claims to belong to the Sisterhood of LightNo not Mella as Lil had thought just another girl with a similar appearance Whatever shall she do? After bringing her home the girl introduces herself as Seven the Light’s Gift though she calls Lil “Mouse” How can that be? Only her sister knew of that nickname Moreover the police are not an option for if she dials them Seven has threatened to run away as Mella hadMella who hadn’t been found After failing her sister Lil knows she cannot disappoint this girl But Seven has some unusual beliefs in the figure Moon the priestess who speaks of how The Sisterhood of Light must burn the Darkness from the girls to be reborn as pure Brightness All must burnTHE SISTERHOOD by AJ Grainger is fit for those who take interest in realistic fiction as it will tug at your heartstrings and gift you with sympathy for the characters Normally I would prefer a homey and snuggly book that did not leave me so tense but really the nature of THE SISTERHOOD guided me to understand how Mella and Lil were layered in raw emotion to develop distinct human ualities They felt real Readers who crave to absorb knowledge of their society should delve through this novelFurther persons with a love for tales seeped with sorrow and wickedness or stories of rebelling against iniuity must have this book Let the chapters sweep you through the unforeseen for the entirety of THE SISTERHOOD consists of such Personally I found this book impossible to put down I had to continue or the horror of “what if” sat with me This brought me to completing THE SISTERHOOD within a night promptly than any other book I’ve read before THE SISTERHOOD was one book that I will relish for the characters’ complexities truly let them stand as their own people where nobody is alikeLastly Grainger’s insight into the deep beliefs of others is evident throughout the book and helps the audience to develop a respectful appreciation of all those worldwide This and numerous other lessons can be found throughout the plot of THE SISTERHOOD a chilling book that will connect to readers’ own lives and embrace them I will resist telling you of the endless intricacy love hate twists and spellbinding pages for that will be left to you to explore The unthinkable is THE SISTERHOOD

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