The Islands at the End of the World by Austin Aslan

This book has it all:  dystopia, shipwrecks, strange lights in the night sky.  I liked the mix of mysticism and adventure.  The Hawaiian setting is a huge part of the book and the Aslan does a fine job describing it without being too wordy.  The book had a satisfying ending, despite the fact that a sequel is pending. One last thought: I wonder how people with epilepsy feel about the author referring to seizures as fits?

 

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