Will her choice lead to peace, or will it lead to destruction?
A thirst for change and adventure led eighteen-year-old Nora Ray to Palladium Enterprises. Where, along with her team-mates, she is given the secret task to locate and retrieve power orbs.
On a routine mission, she steps into a vault-like room and is frozen in time. Emerging five years into the future, she finds her friends on opposing sides of a war. While Nora struggles with who to trust, she is given a one-of-a-kind orb that transforms her desires into visible energy. She now holds the key to stopping the war.
But first she has a choice to make... Which side will she be on? ... And will her choice lead to peace or will it lead to destruction?
One choice can change everything.
Ray of Light is Elle Scott's debut novel, and is the first in a Science-Fiction/Contemporary Fantasy trilogy called The Incandescent Series. Ray of Light follows three strong females as they find themselves in the crossfire of a war over mysterious orbs. The strange appearance of these orbs, where they come from, or what they will be used for is not what threatens these girls the most; their biggest obstacle will be the choices they each have to make.
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"A dramatic, engaging story, with impressive worldbuilding and intriguing characters. Ray of Light is sure to appeal to young adults who love fast-paced SF books." - Madeline Dyer, Amazon bestselling author of The Untamed Series.
"A real cliffhanger with all of the elements of a stunning story. Beautiful imagery and wonderfully complex, developed characters add to a plot which is fast-paced, never predictable and always twisting and turning. The differing perspectives of the characters raise important moral issues and great discussion points. First person narrative meant that I strongly felt the characters' emotions; pain, excitement, lust, embarrassment, happiness, uncertainty, and grief. I truly had those world crashing down, slow motion, stopped-in-time, internally chaotic moments. When I love a book, I devour it. I couldn't stop reading- and the best thing is, there are sequels! Ray of Light is a must-read!" - Jacqui, amazon review
"Elle Scott, and her debut novel Ray of Light, transformed me from speculative fiction sceptic to devotee." - Fiona Weaver, memoirist.
"Even after darkness has crept throughout my body and threatened to leave me empty, I don't feel hollow. Instead, a small sparkle of light glistens in the distance, and it's called hope." - Nora Ray