Scintillate (Light Key Trilogy)

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Cora Sandoval's mother disappeared when she was five and they were living in Ireland. Since then, her dad has been more than overprotective, and Cora is beginning to chafe under his confines.

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But even more troubling is the colorful light she suddenly sees around people. Everyone, that is, except herself-instead, she glows a brilliant, sparkling silver. As she realizes the danger associated with these strange auras, Cora is inexplicably drawn to Finn, a gorgeous Irish exchange student who makes her feel safe. Scintillate is the first book in this lush and exciting new trilogy, full of romance, adventure and metaphysical mystery. Exclusive Excerpt.

On to the reveal! Finn began to play. Voices descended into a respectful hush. Soft strums of the guitar lifted and fell on shafts of daylight from the windows. A small patch of sun warmed my exposed neck as I listened. The orange beads of his bracelet flashed as he plucked the strings with slender fingers.

His head hung over the guitar in reverent concentration.


His playing was amazing, sweet and peaceful. For a while I let go of how bizarre my life had become. I was entranced long before Finn closed his eyes and opened his mouth to sing. His voice was rich, smooth suede, perfectly suited for the blues: soulful and vulnerable. A couple of times during his performance, his gaze fell on me and lingered as if he sang directly to me.

I rested my chin on my hand, hiding my smile behind my fingers. Deep inside, something cracked open so that a bit of my truest self could peek out. His music was bluesy and mournful, eerily familiar, and it opened my heart in locked places. But he only comes up with lame excuses and doesn't take her seriously. It takes a while until Cora figures out what's really "wrong" with her vision. While Cora discovers that there is a whole new world waiting for her to be discovered, she also meets Finn.

As you can read in the blurb, it's a severe case of insta-attraction, if not even insta-love at least from Finn's side. BUT this is perfectly well explained by the end of the novel.

I found it a little bit disturbing most of the time which is also my only issue with the book. Finn was a little bit creepy. It's absolutely comprehendible that Cora falls for him as she's so inexperienced when it comes to guys. But hey, wait until you've met his mother. Then you know where all the creepiness comes from. I'd sort of hoped that she wouldn't see him ever again but I already knew when she went to Ireland that all hope would be in vain. I thought Giovanni was much more swoon worthy even though he seems to carry a few secrets of his own just like everybody else.

With the appearance of Giovanni, who becomes a very important person for Cora and her personal quest in Ireland, the story speeds up again. There wasn't a boring moment in this book, it's full of twists and turns and keeps you on the edge wanting to find out what happens next. I would love to read more about Dun and Mari in the next book, Cora's best friends and characters who seem to have much more to offer than their role in Scintillate.

Also Cora's grandma Tulki seems to be quite an interesting character and I'm sure she'll be thoroughly introduced in the sequel.


I have to add that I really liked Clark's writing, it was simply and easy to read but still beautiful: His certainty irritated me. Do you know where she is? Easily crushed. I held my breath.

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I can only recommend this book to all YA lovers as it is already one of my biggest book surprises of It questions the definition of humanity and tells the story of a girl who needs to cope with her role in the greater scheme of the world learning how to make her own decisions. I hope Scintillate and Tracy Clark will get a lot of attention because this book definitely deserves it. So, there remains only one more question: when will the sequel be released?!

Alle 3 Rezensionen anzeigen. Die hilfreichsten Kundenrezensionen auf Amazon. While in the hospital she hears her stepmom say something about her missing mother and sees a strange man surrounded by a white light. After she recovers she sees colors surrounding everyone. Her father has major secrets that he refuses to tell her.

He tries very hard to keep her life locked down.

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Cora gains the eye of Flynn, an Irish exchange student. Her father is furious. Yet Cora refuses to stop. Flynn and Cora are drawn to each other. Flynn suddenly goes home leaving Cora heartbroken. She decides the best way to find out more about her new abilities is to go looking for answers from her missing mother. She needs to go to Ireland and find her journal. Once she gets there she meets someone like her that wants to help her. He tells her more about what she is and they decide to work together. When Cora comes face to face with Flynn again things change a bit.

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They pick up where they left off. Then big secrets come out after Cora confronts the man with the white aura. This book was crazy. It started well with Cora being ill and strange things happening. It was written well and draws you in quickly. The mystery concerning her mother is threaded throughout the story. The author drops many bombs as the story evolves. It was an interesting idea about what Cora was and what hunted her.

I like the ancient Celtic stories that intertwined the answers she was seeking. I felt for Cora the whole way.

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She was heartbroken and going in blind, having no clue what was really happening to her. It was a fabulous story with definite highs and lows. Verifizierter Kauf.

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The trilogy features year old Cora Sandoval, a quiet, introspective, book lover who is half Latino Chilean on her father's side and half Irish on her mother's side.