Colorworld Book 3: Lumaworld
Every kid dreams of having superpowers. Wendy has the power to give them, and the wrong people know.
Now that Wendy has Gabriel back for good, and her brother and adopted sister are by her side, she’s not worried. She has lived with a death touch long enough to know that there are worse things than being on the run from a few crazies.
But when Carl, Wendy’s long-lost father, turns up unexpectedly, he shatters her newfound happiness with a warning:
Wendy’s skin is not the only thing about her that’s lethal.
This time, however, Wendy isn’t running scared. She can share the colorworld with the people who can touch her, and she’s hell-bent on winning against the odds.
But Wendy soon learns that all miracles come with a price.
I bought book 2 and 3 together knowing I will be wanting more after finishing book 2, Teleworld, and I was not at all surprised when I knew I was right. Lumaworld is by far my favorite in the series (the cover as well as it is gorgeous) and I love how Wendy has become less of a "should I should I not" girl (no offense) to "let's do this" woman. The epilogue just mesmerized me and I couldn't help grinning the entire time like a weirdo and I can't wait to read more of this series in book 4, Shadoworld.
Wow, great series. The characters are very likable, and I like the style of writing. I have read the first four books, and am ready for number five. They are hard to put down!