Not only that, but the characters themselves are ones that you can easily relate to, making them seem more like real people. Zach, for example, is nothing like the typical hero that you see in many other books. He is the small, younger brother-type character who you would not expect to see as a protagonist. In other words, he is just like everyone else, just your average kid. And yet, throughout the entire story, he is tasked with being a rather unlikely hero to save the unfamiliar world in which he finds himself. The Lightforce Rebellion – quite literally – transports you to an entirely different world, too. The book starts off in a town in Kansas, but most of the story takes place in a place called Foronar. This world, while similar to ours, has its differences, as well. For example, in Foronar cars have the ability to fly. Foronar is also home to some interesting creatures, such as Cirrans, who are made up of cloud matter, and Fyros, who are made of rock. If you enjoy books that have suspenseful, energetic, and well-crafted storylines, then The Lightforce Rebellion is the book for you.
I Rate This Book:
Being such an avid reader, I often run into the problem of being able to predict what is going to happen next in a book. With The Lightforce Rebellion, that was definitely not the case. The plot twists in this book were enough to keep me on my toes throughout the entire story and made it difficult for me to pin down who the good and bad guys were, which I really enjoyed. I was able to finish this book within a week because I could not seem to put it down. I, for one, can’t wait to read more from this author!
Chris, as he is known to his friends, was raised in Kansas and is deeply fascinated by history, philosophy, and how the development of our culture has affected our notions of fatherhood and growing up. He currently lives in Vancouver, WA in a third-floor apartment along with his Star Wars novel collection. He is also suffering from a horrible Minecraft addiction. Send an intervention team, please.
The Lightforce Rebellion is Christopher Walker’s first published work. It is currently available for Kindle and Nook e-readers, as well as on Smashwords.com.