Zac Wilson can't die. One of a rare group of "longevites," he's 159 years old but will forever look like he's 32. Zak is a daredevil with close to a million followers online. He fell from a tightrope and could only explain his survival as being "caught up by an angel," but in reality he's been running from God for a century. Now some of his fellow longevites are being killed. How is it possible, and who will be next? Is the killer being merciful to end their immortality? Have those who died chosen it, or was it murder?
I've waited for this book for a long time, and it did not disappoint. The second in the No Less Days series, From Sky to Sky gives readers the backstory on flippant, irreverent Zac Wilson. How is it that Zac can read people so well, and why does he have a crippling phobia to keep under wraps?
While this book had less action than the first in the series, it was still a compelling page turner, and I stayed up far too late reading it. I just couldn't put it down. Zac's backstory was deeper and darker than I'd imagined. For someone who thinks he can never go home again, the discovery that there is light and deliverance available even after 100 years of running is all the more poignant. I did wish the ending wrapped a few more things up, but life isn't a neat package.
I hope to read more books on these same characters if the series is continued. Okay, Amanda G. Stevens and Barbour house? I want to read everything that this author pens.
A complimentary copy of this book was provided by Barbour Publishing through NetGalley. The opinions I have expressed are my own.