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Write a review for the book.  Did you enjoy the book? Why or why not?  Would you read a sequel if one existed?  What type of reader would enjoy this book?  
Posted by kfleming On 02 January, 2016 at 3:24 PM  9 Comments

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William M (Guest) said On 05 January, 2016 at 8:53 PM
The Light in the Forest book is a good book and I enjoyed it a lot. I enjoyed it because it teaches a lesson about loyalty. I think I found what the author was trying to say. It's: Place your loyalty on the right side and think, before you do. I think this because True Son is white and was with the Indians for his childhood then went back to the whites and then goes back to the Indians but then gets kicked out of the group and goes back to whites. And yes Mrs.Fleming I know its a run-on sentence. I would read a sequel and I think readers that like to read different emotion books, this is for them!!!  
Krish P (Guest) said On 03 January, 2016 at 8:28 PM
The Light in the Forest was one of the best books I have ever read!!! This book gave me an idea about how the past looked like. The story's ending was a little sad, but with all the new language words and dialogue that pulled my tears from my eyes to my desk, this book was amazing! HAPPY NEW YEAR AND SEE YOU GUYS TOMORROW!!!!!  
Palash K. (Guest) said On 03 January, 2016 at 7:04 PM
Shiv, I will try out that book if I can. I am positive that I will enjoy it! See you all tomorrow! HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!!! (Sorry, I said that late.)  
Palash K. (Guest) said On 03 January, 2016 at 7:00 PM
I really enjoyed reading "The Light in the Forest". It was fast-paced and showed both sides of the story, allowing connections to be made. If there was a sequel, I would definitely read it. All historical fiction fans should read this. If you like learning the past of our nation, this would be a good read educationally and it would also be enjoying. With breathtaking events and a lot of facts about our nation earlier on, this deserves a 10 out of 10.  
Shiv Patel (Guest) said On 03 January, 2016 at 1:51 PM
Copy The hyperlink and paste it in the search bar. Sorry that the hyperlink did not come.   
Shiv Patel (Guest) said On 03 January, 2016 at 1:49 PM
I agree with Aditya and Also if you guys like this book (I do) there is a book like this A Country of Strangers. Visit the hyperlink for a summary of this book, it is like The Light In The Forest and it is from the same author! http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/863649.A_Country_of_Strangers  
Aditya D (Guest) said On 03 January, 2016 at 1:11 PM
I really liked this book. It was really fast-paced, and it was a historical fiction book. I don't really like historical fiction books, but this book helped me to realize that historical fiction is a really nice genre. I would like to read a sequel if it existed. In fact, I think that there is a companion to the book! I think a reader that likes fiction, but with some fact in it would like this book. Also, if someone is trying new genres, then this would be a good book.  
Shiv Patel (Guest) said On 02 January, 2016 at 3:33 PM
It is a really good book. It talks about loyalty and it talks about our country's past. Also I would read a sequel if it existed. The type of reader that I think will like this book is a reader that likes a good and positive theme for a book and likes to get amazed!  
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