Review: Light Bringer by Pat Bertram

Light Bringer by Pat Bertram
Published: March 26, 2011
Publisher: Second Wind Publishing LLC
Pages: 306 pages
Source: ebook provided by the author

Becka Johnson had been abandoned on the doorstep of a remote cabin in Chalcedony, Colorado when she was a baby. Now, thirty-seven years later, she has returned to Chalcedony to discover her identity, but she only finds more questions. Who has been looking for her all those years? Why are those same people interested in fellow newcomer Philip Hansen? Who is Philip, and why does her body sing in harmony with his? And what do either of them have to do with a shadow corporation that once operated a secret underground installation in the area?

Review: I was confused right from the beginning and stayed that way to the very end. Some things did come to light, but for the most part this was out of my comfort zone. I gave it a chance as I kept reading and did finish, but I was left with many questions and maybe that was the whole reasoning behind Ms. Bertram’s story.

This story had me puzzled from the beginning when a baby shows up on the doorstep of a nurse. No footprints leading away from the house and only a few small ones that leads up to the house. This is not a normal baby as it sings and walks and talks rather fast. The nurse questions things at first but after a few days she just accepts this.

After this young baby reaches adulthood and loses the mother that raised her in hiding, she goes on a quest that brings her to a small town that seems to also be gathering others that are brought here for some reason or other.

Becka Johnson and Philip Hansen are both drawn to Chalcedony, Colorado. Not sure what their connection is to each other either. You also have a UFO hunter and her sister. While the hunter goes missing her sister is questioned by some agency to find out what she knows.

Weird things have been going on around this town since the 70’s and UFO sightings. Are they connected? I can’t divulge that information.

Outside of town there is a field of brightly colored flowers that sing and house some wonderful displays of light. They make you feel good. Colors play a big part in the story.  The universe, hidden secrets, extra planets, invisible beings, theories, physics, astronomy, mythology; a town lost in time where people still sit around playing games such as Chinese checkers. A town that seems to be lost in darkness, yet it is drawn to the light.

I found that this book makes you take a long look at the things that you were taught in school and question what you were told to be facts. Are there other beings out there or for that matter actually living among us? Ms. Bertram makes you rethink and rethink again still leaving so many unanswered questions that we just may never be able to explain. A multi layered story with an underlying hint of romance. A story within a story.

Do you see the colors and lights? Do you hear the music? Maybe we have to go to another realm to find the answers.

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