- Book Title: In The Absence Of Light
- Author: Adrienne Wilder
- Publisher: Adrienne Wilder (March 25, 2015)
- Book Length: 415 pages
- Genre: Gay, Epic Novel
- Reviewed by: Vicki
- Posting Date: March 5, 2015
Wow. This is one of those books that you just want to grab a load of and start passing them out to everyone you know.
Grant was in the shipping business; not the legal kind. He decided to close up shop and move to a little town until the FBI lost interest in him and he could move to an island paradise. Well,
that was the plan until he met Morgan.
Morgan was autistic. That’s the least I can say about Morgan. He was beautiful, intelligent, in his own quirky way, self reliant and resilient. He was a conundrum. I loved him.
There was enough heart and soul in this one book to fill three of other writer’s works. It was beautiful, touching and I want to hurry and write this review so that I can read it again. Yes, it’s that good. This one gets a highly recommended from me for people that like to laugh a little, cry a little and have a lot of feelings while reading.