Red Moon Rising
Publish date: February 8th 2011
Pages no: 336
Edition language: English
three point five starsI don't even know what to say.
3 frosted ginger cookies.Cover Love:It's not bad, but not super great either.Why I Wanted to Read This:I have a faction of readers in my school that love vampires and a faction that love werewolves. I bought this for the latter and wanted to read it so I could effectively book talk it next fall! Re...
3.5 Enjoyable, but pet peevish.Red Moon Rising was far more enjoyable than I anticipated it being (and I know that sounds weird -- why read a book you don't anticipate enjoying?). I found myself fairly immersed in it whenever I would sit down to read it, and Danny's voice felt authentic and engagi...
I loved this book! It totally rocked for me and I couldn't put it down. Great twist on the usual vampire/werewolf books I have read lately. I am hoping for a sequel, because I liked the characters so much.
Red Moon Rising is not your typical vampire / werewolf novel. As the beginning explains, there is not only one (homo) species, but rather three. Therefore, these paranormal creatures are not made.. only born. But not all is peaceful between these species. Think 1950s / 1960s Civil Rights Movement, o...
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