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Blood Moon: The Amaki #3

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

Awesome!

This was a great book! I just wish I knew that it was the third book of a series. I would have liked to start with the first book. Either way, I really enjoyed it! Highly recommended if you like to think outside the typical romance novel box. Great story for adults but ...
This was a great book! I just wish I knew that it was the third book of a series. I would have liked to start with the first book. Either way, I really enjoyed it! Highly recommended if you like to think outside the typical romance novel box. Great story for adults but not Tori kept it classy yet edgy! Loved it!

posted by Anonymous on November 23, 2011

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

Some Good, Some Bad, But I don't think I'll read any more of Toni Minard's work.

While the concepts introduced in this book are unique, I had several issues with this book. #1 - the title has ZERO to do with the book. Absolutely no connection at all. The cover art is also lame. Ditch the half-naked man and show us some more of the magic writing....
While the concepts introduced in this book are unique, I had several issues with this book. #1 - the title has ZERO to do with the book. Absolutely no connection at all. The cover art is also lame. Ditch the half-naked man and show us some more of the magic writing. #2 - the story drags. I think this could have been reduced from the nearly 800 pages it is on the Nook for PC down to 500. The only reason I finished the book was because I had to find out what the connection was between Van Orten and Benedict. If that piece of the puzzle hadn't been so compelling, I would have put the book down long ago.

I do appreciate the author's descriptions of the Amaki and the magic. So many of these stories don't include any explanations of the settings. That part was easy to follow and added to keeping me reading.

posted by AvidReaderToo on December 11, 2011

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  • Posted November 22, 2011

    just o.k.

    i felt like this was for young adults except for the feww sexual explict terms used. not quite sure if i'd read a sequel, although i did enjoy this tale

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