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Written by jessicareadsit for Jessica Reads It on Saturday, July 3, 2021

Daylight Come explores very powerful themes of family, especially the bond between mother and daughter, grief, and most importantly the will to not only exist but to live.

At heart, Daylight Come serves as a warning of the dangerous reality of the future if drastic measures aren't taken to secure a healthier world. It paints a bleak yet realistic picture of the ramifications future generations will face with unbearable temperatures, dwindling food sources, and the crumbling of society as the young rise up against the old.

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