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  • Posted March 12, 2012

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    Silver Moon is a YA Paranormal Romance, with werewolves as the m

    Silver Moon is a YA Paranormal Romance, with werewolves as the main theme, plus magic, rival clans, ancients and forbidden romance.

    The plot is interesting and engaging, I loved all of the characters, even though I still had to know more of them in the sequel, the ‘forbidden romance’, is a thing I always look forward to too :D.

    This book has a lot of mystery, and plus the author’s writing style, it kept me reading until the end. This is full of suspense and thrill, and sometimes I wondered what would happen next. The characters’ relationships are unpredictable too.

    This book has a lot of potential. Ms. Rogers writing style would keep you in focus til the end of the book. From the beginning til the end, I have questions running in my head, and the more I read, the more curious I become.

    Some things that bothered me are: first, I thought Ben has a girlfriend, but then other than Ali (Ben’s girlfriend) saying, “you could say that”, and Ben denying it, there’s no further discussion with this topic. Next, I love Candra’s dreams, but I still don’t know why her dreams exist. Other than the fact that it’s a warning, I want to know who caused them.

    The ending meanwhile, is a little bit unclear, or maybe I was just so into the story that I expected more to happen lol.. I just wish this book had ended with a little bit more action, or I suggest the author should write an epilogue, or anything that would keep the reader hanging in a good way.

    Also, there’s no real action in the book. I mean, the theme was about werewolves, but little encounter was seen in the book. It’s more focus on Candra learning about magic and her clan’s history.

    The good thing in this is, I think there’s a lot of surprises in the next book. I hope the “things that bothered me” above, will be cleared and explained. This book serves as a good introduction to a good storyline.

    All in all, I really enjoyed reading Silver Moon, I love the plot and the characters. And would love more how Candra’s adventure will develop in the upcoming books, this all explains why I give this 4 stars, if there’s 4.5, I would give it to this book. I would recommend this to anyone who would love a Romeo and Juliet story in a paranormal theme…:D

    5 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 17, 2011

    Fresh Strong and Sassy Heroine

    Silver Moon is full of mystery. Candra Lawton is moved to East Hartford to live with Aunt Beth and Uncle Randy. Candra is a rebel of a student and has a perchance for trouble. This actually makes me like her all the more. It is departure from the candy coated heroines that are so good and always do the right thing. Candra is gritty and questions everything from what everyone is hiding to whether her love interest is sincere. What was nice was that Candra didn't take the secrets sitting down and bemoan her fate, she investigates which quite often gets her in trouble.

    When she first moves in, Chandra starts to attend High School and is the new student that is ostracized for no reason. He only friends are a couple by the name of Jana and Blake. She also meets the Conways a family who dabbles in dark magic and are a clan with a grudge so deep that the Lawtons are mortal enemies. Cameron and Ethan are the hench men of the family and are continually threatening and stalking her because of the bad blood. But Ben Conway is something more, he seems to like her and Candra is drawn to him. He begins to pick her up to drive her to and from school. No one in the town likes the fact that they are hanging out. Ben is continually in trouble with his brothers for even talking to her and she gets shunned by her supposed friends who are looking out for her. Chandra is not duped but wants to use Ben to end the fued. Ben suggests they talk with his mother and wants to help also. But then everything goes wrong. Chandra ends up in the hosptial. Ben and Chandra decide that they can't be together even though they want to. I have a feeling this will not be the end of them by any means.

    The only issues I had with Silver Moon is that everything felt over dramatc for me. I don't know if it was because I didn't quite understand what the big deal is with Candra. It still seems like there is something special about her that we do not yet know. But the book doesn't necessarily hint that there is more to it. Also, Ben and Chandra could have been explored a little more and although I in no way believe it is over between them. I would have liked to see more romance. But it was also refreshing that Chandra didn't lose herself and insist on true love with Ben. I found Chandra a very strong self sufficient girl. She doesn't fall all the way for Ben because part of her still doesn't trust him. She isn't like Twilight's Bella who falls deep in love and is only motivated about being with her boyfriend. I am not even sure you would call Ben a boyfriend.

    Some of the dream visions were confusing and black magic didn't seem to adequately explain it. It is almost like there are so many beginnings of stories in this book and not enough tying together for me. I am looking forward to reading the next book hoping that it will become clear.

    Chandra is a werewolf who will turn for the first time on her 18th birthday and inherit a power that has yet to reveal itself. The Conways want to take her power to combine with theirs to make them more powerful. The book ends with Chandra just trying to stay safe until she is 18.

    4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 21, 2012

    All i can say is wow, such a great story! There are a few typos,

    All i can say is wow, such a great story! There are a few typos,but these are very minor and the story line is very well written. I love the straight forwardness of Chandra! One of the best books I have read in awhile!

    3 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 10, 2013

    Good !

    Enjoyed, great characters and story

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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    Posted January 27, 2014

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    Hi! I am a pure white cat with one blue eye and one green one. Can i join your clan? I am apprentice age. My name is mystic

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    Posted January 3, 2014

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    Posted December 30, 2013

    Willowsky

    Willowsky's auds twitched, "Thank you.." [Heads up! I'll be away all Wendsday!]

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    Posted January 1, 2014

    Silverkit nd sandkit

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    Arose from the buhes

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    Posted December 24, 2013

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    Posted December 11, 2013

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    Posted July 24, 2012

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    **lays beside her. Outside her nest. He eats a small vole**

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