My rating: 4 of 5 stars
I was given this book in exchange for a fair review by LoP in GoodReads.
This is one of the best YA fantasy books I’ve read this year. Despite the fact I haven’t finished reading the first two books in this series, it didn’t make this one hard to fathom. It differs itself from the common genre about supernatural beings, particularly werewolves and vampires by elaborating and adding more intricate facts you wouldn’t find in any other books. I just don’t like the heroine being so over dramatic beyond what a normal teenager naturally acts but overall the characters are carefully created that makes them all valuable to the story as it progresses. There are also some minor proofreading that needs to be done since there are quite a few gaps with the story line. (Sorry I can’t help not to notice :))
I would highly recommend this book to anyone who love romantic/fantasy story but adamant to read one since most of it treads on the same story lines. Crest of the Blood Moon differs itself by being able to stand on its own and by creating an all-new different concept. It doesn’t follow the common road every werewolf/vampire novels does which makes our eyes roll most of the time. I can’t hardly wait for the next book in this series and I’ll make sure this time I’ve read the first two books before starting.
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