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by Benjamin Percy
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Fangirl Moments and My Two Cents
Fangirl Moments and My Two Cents rated it 4 years ago
This book is so different from any werewolf stories I've read. You could almost substitute a culture or religion (one that has regular and then fanatical terrorist members). Also, much of the ww population sits on land with a highly desired resource. The government is involved and little wars sno...
Wortmagieblog rated it 5 years ago
„Red Moon“ von Benjamin Percy wurde mir im Oktober 2014 von Klingenfänger empfohlen, nachdem ich in einer Rezension den Gedanken äußerte, dass ich gern eine Werwolf-Vampir-Dystopie lesen würde. Ich wollte eine Geschichte erleben, die Vampirismus und/oder Lykanthropie aus der Fantasy-Ecke heraushebt ...
Brainycat's Occaisonal Reviews
Brainycat's Occaisonal Reviews rated it 6 years ago
Brainycat's 5 "B"s:blood: 4boobs: 0bombs: 1bondage: 0blasphemy: 0Stars: 2Bechdel Test: FAILDeggan's Rule: FAILGay Bechdel Test: FAIL Please note: I don't review to provide synopses, I review to share a purely visceral reaction to books and perhaps answer some of the questions I ask when I'm contempl...
Liz Loves Books.Com.
Liz Loves Books.Com. rated it 7 years ago
Publication Date: Available Now from Hodder and Staughton Source: Purchased copy Paperback. They are our neighbors, our mothers, our lovers. They change. When government agents kick down Claire Forrester’s front door and murder her parents, Claire realizes just how different she is. Patrick ...
Shiftyj1 rated it 7 years ago
I listened to this one on audio. The narration, while good, was a bit slow at times making this one pretty darn long at 21+ hours. Red Moon was just ok for me. I thought parts of the story were interesting in concept and there were a few intriguing characters, but it never really took off for me. I ...
mtw1tter rated it 8 years ago
Not as literary as his previous book "The Wilding" but it's an interesting twist on the old trope of the werewolf and closer in spirit to The Passage.
Kari@ From the TBR Pile
Kari@ From the TBR Pile rated it 8 years ago
I think my exact words to describe the book were 'Snooze Fest". Red Moon was boring with a capital B! I'm not even sure why I finished listening to the whole thing. It was just way too long. One of the things I didn't like was the explanation for the lupine virus came too late in the story. Th...
Words, Worlds, Whorls
Words, Worlds, Whorls rated it 8 years ago
3.5/5I wanted to love this book - and in fact there were many aspects of it that I did love - but the symbolism of the werewolves hits you like a slap in the face. Werewolves are meant to represent every repressed minority in American/world history. They are shunned for being who they are and a fe...
That's What She Read
That's What She Read rated it 8 years ago
In Benjamin Percy's Red Moon, the world is very similar to ours except for one key difference. The national threat is not terrorists from the Middle East but rather something a bit closer to home. Lycans, or werewolves, have long been protesting their treatment at the hands of the government, and th...
Another fine mess
Another fine mess rated it 9 years ago
Full review at http://www.bookgasm.com/reviews/horror/red-moon/#more-22760When I heard the pitch for Benjamin Percy’s RED MOON, my leg began thumping frantically, as the story seemed to scratch an itch I didn’t know I had, provoking involuntary muscle spasms and drooling excitement.It’s a brick of a...
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