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Captive Moon (Tales of the Sazi Series #3)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 26, 2013

    Captive Moon

    I love going into the world of the sazi and this book makes a great edition. i can't wait to read the next one.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 23, 2012

    Tonya Dee

    I liked this one. Ive been reading them in order not really liking book 1 or 2 that much. Having said that each one is imoroving, and this one didnt dissappoint. Strong charactures and great story

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 14, 2006

    Not what I had come to expect from these authors.

    I have to admit I struggled to finish this book, the heroine is immature, the hero, flawed, and the most interesting character, Giselle, dies. The other two books in this series were an awful lot of fun. This one, for me at least, was not.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 23, 2006

    An enthralling fantasy thriller

    Sazi cat chieftain Antoine Monier has terrific illusionary skills and an ability to see the future. He is proud of the former, but hides the latter since he learned as a child a seer talent is taboo for a Sazi. In Germany, local police show Antoine the slaughter of several tigers apparently captured by poachers. He knows he cannot do anything for them, but hears that these illegal hunters hold a female tiger prisoner he plans to rescue her.------------------- American Tahira Kuric of the Hayalet Kabile Ghost Tribe came to Germany to rescue her brother, Rabi, a kidnap victim, but instead was captured by poachers. Antoine rescues Tahira, but she does not trust him as her people learn from childhood that the Sazi are cunning and deceitful. However, she has no choice but to plead with him to help her locate Rabi. However, instead of uncovering Rabi¿s whereabouts, the duo realizes a cross species war is imminent unless they can perform a miracle to prevent it. Even Were-snake Councilman Ahmad al-Narmer challenges Antoine for the leadership and for Tahira's affection. Neither is aware that she contains a power that if she fails to control means the death of any shifter who is in her vicinity.-------------------- The latest Sazi romantic fantasy (see MOON¿S WEB) is a marvelous tale that grips fans with its fascinating star-crossed yet needing one another on several layers story line. The lead couple keeps the plot moving as they run from one fiery episode into another lethal incident Ahmad augments the novel as he competes for Tahira and for the leadership thus he adds to the romance and provides a delightful look at the Sazi politics and community. Filled with surprising twists, C.T. Adams and Cathy Clamp insure readers are captivated by this enthralling thriller.-------------- Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 12, 2006

    Riveting!

    Antoine Monier, leader of the Sazi cats, is a strong alpha with excellent illusion abilities. He is also a seer however, he has tried to bury that particular ability since he was five. The story begins in Germany. Antoine is escorted by local law enforcement to where several tigers were recently captured by poachers and slaughtered. It is too late to help them, but he learns of a female tiger being held. The LAST thing Antoine expects is to end up rescuing a were-tiger from a tribe believed long extinct. ........... Tahira Kuric is a member of the Hayalet Kabile (Ghost Tribe) in America. Her brother, Rabi, had been kidnapped and she was captured while searching for him. All their lives, Tahira and Rabi had been warned of the deceitful Sazi. But she needs his help if she is to have any chance of locating Rabi. It soon becomes apparent that a great war loomed within the near future unless they somehow avert it. The war would be species against species and if Rabi were to be killed by his captors, even the humans would become involved, and blood and fire would rain down on the world. ............. To make matters worse, Antoine is being challenged for his seat as leadership. This brings Ahmad al-Narmer, councilman for the were-snakes, into their residence, as witness to the challenge. Ahman and Antoine, equal in position and power, clash constantly and they both vie for Tahira's affection. And Tahira has a unique power, not seen for thousands of years, that even SHE did not know she possessed. Unless she learns to control it, Tahira will unwillingly kill any shifter that ever comes near her. ...................... ***** This is a fabulous addition to the Sazi tales! Things happen quickly and the pace moves along at a good speed. The authors have several surprises in store for you as well. You will never find yourself getting bored in the slightest. In fact, you may find yourself breathing quickly in anticipation. Authors C.T. Adams & Cathy Clamp corroborate so well, you would think they were one person. Riveting! *****

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