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  • A Warm Hug for your Brain

    I loved the first book in this series, and I really love this one as well but the vibe was very different for me and that is why I gave it a 4 star instead of 5. This instalment is so important for Lily. She encountered some huge personal challenges revolving around herself, her Go-Lite friends, and of course her human boyfriend Jay. It was really Lily's book, and her struggles really compromise her positive and hopeful spirit. Again, it was a crucial part of her story, and I enjoyed seeing her face the challenge but it was a bit different from my super uplifting experience of book 1. You learn a ton about the Go-Lite way of life in The Silver Cord. A lot of questions I never realized I had are answered, and you can really feel the thought and detail work that Gabriel put into her world. The descriptions of the setting are lush and magical, as always, and paint such lovely vivid pictures of Lily's world. Some of the hidden and more archaic aspects of Go-Lite society also come to the forefront in this book, which I found fascinating. I can't wait to see where the story goes in the book 3, and I'm really looking forward to going on the rest of this journey with Lily. I think the lessons, and realizations she has in book 2 will make for some truly epic moments in future books. If you need a book that reads like a warm hug for your brain, this is the series for you. It acknowledges the darker sides of life, but really focuses on celebrating the things you can do to make your world a better and more beautiful place.

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