They say that when you die, a white light engulfs you and carries you off to an unknown destination, your final resting place. That's what they say, but how could you know for sure, if you've never seen it for yourself? We've all been plagued with this question at some point in our lives. Do we just cease to exist? Or does a part of us survive after we die?
Flying to the light is a dramatic story of a boy, Danny, who knows the answers to all these questions. He's seen it for himself and not only can he see where we will all end up one day, but he also has the power to take those lost souls who are unable to fly into the light themselves. His power is a blessing and a curse.
Samuel Herrington is a man with nothing to lose. His wife is dying and he wants to know where she'll end up, but he also has other plans for Danny's gift, something as evil as Danny is good. He orchestrates the kidnapping of his parents, and plots to take him next, but his older brother, Michael, will die before he lets that happen. And who knows? Maybe he will have to.
That author explores the topic of life and death very effectively. Each page draws you in as Danny and his brother run for their lives, while trying to save their parents. No one can be trusted and danger lurks around every corner. This book is filled with action and adventure and is suitable for all ages. Fantastic