The Killing Moon
Publish date: May 1st 2012
Publisher: Hachette Book Group
Pages no: 418
Edition language: English
Series: Dreamblood (#1)
I’ve been hearing good things about this author, but this was my first time reading any of her work. I was pretty impressed. The story and the characters grabbed me right away and held my attention to the end. There are some morally-ambiguous plot elements, as opposed to a story where it’s very c...
I loved the setting and the mythology in this book. The belief systems were so complex and something I found I could empathize with from both different perspectives that she portrayed. The entire religion surrounding the practice of euthanasia, and all the arguments surrounding that were very well-d...
I think I read this book the wrong way.I started out reading the synopsis and still having a very hazy idea of what it was about, which is not my usual style. I like to have some solid conception of the ideas, themes, and characters before diving in so I know ahead of time what to appreciate. For th...
In the city-state of Guanjaareh peace rules through the blessing of their goddess Hananja. Priests siphon off the dreams of the citizens to provide healing and to rid the city of corruption. Ehiru, perhaps the most renown of the city's Gatherers, begins to doubt himself when a Gathering goes awry,...
Loved it, especially the world-building and the mythology. It was all fascinating and very well thought-out, and I really don't want to start the second book any time soon, because this one was so good, I'd read it instead of studying pretty much every day.