Legacy of the Light

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  • Paperback
  • 336 pages
  • Legacy of the Light
  • Todd A. Gipstein
  • English
  • 27 October 2018
  • 9781457503573

Legacy of the Light Legacy Of The Light Is A Historical Thriller About Two Generations Of Lighthouse Keepers At Race Rock Lighthouse Off The Shore Of New London, Connecticut Legacy Is A Story Of How The Past Influences The Present, Of Fathers And Sons, Failure, Guilt, Love, And Redemption The Story Begins In 1907 And Continues In 1938, When The Hurricane Of The Century Bears Down On This Man Made Island In The Middle Of The Sea Those Trapped At Race Rock The Keeper, His Fiancee, And A Mysterious Stranger Must Fight The Forces Of Nature And The Demons Within That Threaten To Destroy Them Legacy Of The Light Draws Readers Into A Fastpaced Story Full Of Twists And Turns Todd Gipstein Has Been A Writer, Photographer And Producer For 40 Years, 20 Of Them For The National Geographic Society He Has Traveled The World Photographing For Documentaries And Lecturing Todd Is A Graduate Of Harvard University, Where He Studied Writing And Filmmaking Todd And His Wife, Marcia, Live In Groton, Connecticut, Within Sight Of The Lighthouses And Seascapes That Inspired Legacy Of The Light Www.Gipstein.com

10 thoughts on “Legacy of the Light

  1. Mercedes says:

    Outstanding book As a local resident of Groton, I am very familiar with Race Rock Lighthouse In fact, we have a Dan Price painting of Race Rock that s been hanging in our house for the past 10 years My husband is a submariner and passes this lighthouse every time he heads out to sea, and every time he return home It s his favorite of the local lighthouses though I must admit, mine has always been Ledge Lighthas since I was a little girl.I initially saw this book in a gift shop in New London during the New London Food Stroll in September of 2013 I took a photo of it so I wouldn t forget it, and I m glad I did because I did just thatforgot it Clearing out the pics in my phone I came across it and immediately ordered it Such a great read.Whether your familiar with the area or not, this is a wonderful story The characters, the setting, the tension of each stormit s all written in a way that makes you FEEL it You feel like you re weathering the loneliness and tension of that night in 1907 that completely ruined a mans life and forever tarnished years of hard work and dedicated service I actually cried a little when his story ended You feel like you re on top of th...

  2. Maria says:

    I would like to thank Smith Publicity and Netgalley for allowing me to read this book in exchange for an honest review As I looked through other reviews for this book, I wondered if we all read the same story There were lots of raves for Legacy of the Light, but I really can t join them The book was very slow reading for me It was hard for me to get into at the beginning I actually think the book could have been a little tighter, the story told concise over fewer pages.There were moments of brilliance for me The first storm and its aftermath was spell binding I th...

  3. Elizabeth B says:

    This is one of those books you curl up and read on a dark, stormy night It does well capturing the atmosphere of being on a small, secluded island and the storm scenes are very well done I never really found myself engaged in the story and never had a problem putting it down and taking a break from it something I usually never do It just seemed to drag in places and didn t hold my attention It seemed much atmospheric than historical in na...

  4. Don says:

    I enjoyed the writing style and the story I can t think of another author who writes in quite the same manner, I am entertained and informed This would certainly be a good read for someone with an interest in lighthouses, or the area around Groton New London Connecticut.

  5. Naomi says:

    I thought this story was really interesting Not necessarily for the storyline, which I thought was good and kept my interest, but I knew the lighthouses described in this story It was a different book and one I am happy I read for Netgalley.

  6. Amy says:

    Read this book after visiting Ledge Light, which is slowly being restored by the author of the book a former National Geographic photographer and his wife Nice historical mystery, not a bad first novel at all I like books which span than one generation.

  7. Heather says:

    The antagonist in this book was annoying to me and the story was choppy but over all it was a decent read

  8. Linda Callahan says:

    Very fast paced historical novel Can t wait for this month s book club

  9. Michele says:

    I bought this book because we sail in this area, often right past Race Rock This was a good story and well written The ending was a little trite and contrived.