5 Really addictive!naomis | 11/10/2011 | See all naomis's reviews (7)Glow is addictive. Incredibly addictive in that way that all you can think about all day is what is going to happen next. Every chapter is ended in a way that makes you unable to stop or even put it down for a second. The book follows Waverly and Kieran who are some of the first children born in space. They live on a spaceship called the Empyrean and are travelling to a New Earth because Earth is dying. On the night that Kieran proposes to Waverly their ship is attacked and they are separated. I have got to say that I was surprised at how dark the themes were at a few points in the book. There was complete isolation. There were bodies violated and there were people drugged. But it showed the desperate lengths that humanity will go to so that they can protect themselves.I wish that there was a little more on the romance between Waverly and Kieran. I almost got the impression that they were together because that was expected of them but maybe their relationship will get deeper in further books (this is just the first book in the Sky Chasers series).Overall, I really loved this book. The darker themes at some points mean I would not recommend this to anyone under the age of 12/13, but for anyone else I suggest trying it. I found it an awesome read, just be prepared to do nothing else for the following day!