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Moon's Web (Tales of the Sazi Series #2)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 15, 2005

    fabulous read

    i just loved this book. there's was a little bit of everything that i like in a book. action, romance, comedy it was all there. please tell me that there will be a third book!! i can't wait to read it!!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 16, 2005

    Moon's Web

    A werewolf's bite ended Tony Giodone's life as he knew it. Now, the former mafia hit man and his new wife have found new lives and identities among the Sazi community of shapeshifters. Thanks to a mystic bond, the purely human Sue shares his life as a wolf in every way. Learning the protocol of his pack is difficult, but then things get 'hairy'. The pack women begin to disappear, and one of them belongs to a very dangerous man. Under the threat of exposure if he fails, Tony must find out who is kidnapping the women, save the women, and stop the vendetta. Armed with newly awakened gifts that have not been seen for ages, Tony is the best skilled to do this task. He will need all of his talents to pull this off and survive. ........................ *** At times, this book moves extremely slowly yet there is a fascinating structure being built. Readers should be aware that this is the second book in a series and definitely read the first one or risk being totally lost. ***

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Otstanding paranormal romantic thriller

    Whether he goes by Tony Giodone or Joe Giambrocco, he was one of the best hit men the Mafia employed until he attempts to kill the wrong target. His intended victim tears into his throat like a feral animal, but instead of dying Tony is turned into a werewolf (see HUNTER¿S MOON). His new essence embellishes his skills as a paid assassin. He met Sue when she hired him to kill her, but his enhanced animal senses told him that she was his prime mate................ Sue and Tony (Anton to his Czarist Russian pack leader Nikoli) are a couple who belong to a shapeshifting community. As Tony begins to have strange visions of other people, he realizes he, his beloved, and the Sazi werewolf community is in trouble by a creature much more powerful and deadlier than he ever was. When the malevolence abducts the shapeshifting girlfriend Babs of his former employer, Mafia Don Carmine threatens to expose werewolves to the media with an old fashioned gang war if Tony fails to rescue his woman.................... The second Tony and Sue werewolf chronicle is a terrific tale that will have fans howling for more escapades from this couple and their pack. The action-packed story line converges around Tony as he is linked to the evil, to his former employer, and to his pack while all he wants is to persuade Sue that they can make it running around together. The key to the moon tales are simple; C.T. Adams and Cathy Clamp insure their audience believe in the supernatural............. Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 26, 2005

    Book 2

    Tony was one of the best assassins for the mafia until he was turned into a werewolf. Now he is the best assassin in the world. Tony is still trying to learn the rules of being part of a pack. His human mate, Sue, has to quickly adapt as well. But Tony is about to face even more changes within himself. Talents that only a rare few shifters are gifted with are beginning to emerge from within Tony as well, and he does NOT like them! ................................ Something is kidnapping the female shapeshifters. This is not something that would normally affect humans, but the most recently kidnapped shifter is the girlfriend of a human named Carmine Leone. Carmine is the Mafia don and Tony's former boss. Unless Tony, Sue, and an elite group of shifters can locate the kidnapped shifters quickly and destroy an unknown menace, Carmine is prepared to wage an all out war. Even though the shapeshifters would win a war against the Mafia, doing so would expose their culture to the humans. .................................................................... ...................... **** An exciting sequel to 'Hunter's Moon' but it does start up too slowly. Readers learn more about shifters, pack members, and the super natural world these two talented authors have created. I cannot tell more without spoilers, which is something I refuse to do. But rest assured, you are going to enjoy this one! ****

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 26, 2013

    Moon's Web

    Appositely loved this book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 17, 2012

    Tonya Dee

    As i said in my review for the first book in the series, i like the structure and build up of the world of the sazi. Multiple species of shape changers co-existing.
    But.... this is pretty slow moving. May e it is the amount of detail and the many sub plots that are developing with, scotty the would be psychopathic human teen assassin, or Mbutu and his snake/dragon /tinct species thing, plus ghe mafia elements. Not sure but if your in for a series that has ALOT of content and moves a little slower but not boring, this is a good one.
    I still have a major pet peave with the wimpy heroine and think they should get rid of her and pair Tony uo with some kick ass shapechanger that steals hr soul or somethin so that he can still be mated!
    They do seem to be toughening her up a bit at the end of this one.
    I'm hooked enough to try book three and hope its getting faster pa ed and better.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 17, 2005

    DO YOURSELF A FAVOR, READ THIS BOOK!

    This book was a wonderful read. I can't wait for the next in the series.

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