Daughters of the Moon: Volume One (Trade Edition)

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Four friends. Four mysterious powers.

They seem like ordinary girls living in Los Angeles. But they each have a secret. Vanessa can become invisible. Catty can travel through time. Serena reads minds, and Jimena has premonitions. As they become friends, their incredible powers bind them together as The Daughters of the Moon.

In Book One, Vanessa, who has always had the power to become invisible, discovers that...

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Overview

Four friends. Four mysterious powers.

They seem like ordinary girls living in Los Angeles. But they each have a secret. Vanessa can become invisible. Catty can travel through time. Serena reads minds, and Jimena has premonitions. As they become friends, their incredible powers bind them together as The Daughters of the Moon.

In Book One, Vanessa, who has always had the power to become invisible, discovers that she and her best friend Catty, a time-traveler, are goddesses of the moon who must fight together to overcome the evil Atrox.

In Book Two, Serena, a moon goddess who has the gift of reading minds, is torn between joining the dark force of the evil Atrox and staying with her friends.

In Book Three, ex-gang member Jimena is terrified by the reappearance of Veto, who was once the love of her life. Veto was killed a year ago by a rival gang. Or was he? Jimena discovers that he has made a devil's bargain, which could cost both of them their lives.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781423134503
  • Publisher: Disney-Hyperion
  • Publication date: 3/2/2010
  • Series: Daughters of the Moon Series
  • Pages: 848
  • Sales rank: 350,807
  • Age range: 12 - 17 Years
  • Product dimensions: 5.20 (w) x 7.60 (h) x 2.30 (d)

Meet the Author

Lynne Ewing is the best-selling author of the Daughters of the Moon series, and the popular companion series Sons of the Dark and Sisters of Isis. Ms. Ewing lives in Los Angeles, California, and Washington, DC.

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  • Posted May 11, 2010

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    Daughters of the Moon by Lynne Ewings is a good read that stands apart from most supernatural books.

    Daughters of the Moon is one book that actually holds three seperate stories. These stories are Goddess of the Night, Into the Cold Fire, and Night Shade. All of the stories flow together seamlessly and by the second book the storyline takes you into it. The characters in this book are written extremely well and you start to feel like you know them!

    In Goddess of the Night you first meet the four girls that comprise these three books. Vanessa's best friend Catty runs away and leaves no clue as to why she would do this. Until Vanessa meets Serena and Jimena Vanessa thinks she'll never find her and never have anyone that will ever understand her strange power again. Until Jimena and Serena convince her otherwise.

    In Into the Fire Serena is being tracked by the ancient evil the Atrox, and someone is stealing her memories. Can she find out who it is before it's too late and she is taken into the fire?

    In Night Shade Jimena thinks she's seeing things when the old love of her life starts showing up everywhere she looks. The problem with this is that he died years ago, after Jimena had seen it in a premonition, and all of her premonitions come true. Is he back from the dead, or did he never die?

    9 out of 9 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 17, 2010

    Great Read

    This was a great read for young readers. The characters are from diffrent walks of life. They are brought together through their diffrent Moon gifts. Each girl battles through normal teen problems that are amplified by thier unique abilites. It shows together they can over come anything.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 1, 2011

    GREAT BOOKS!

    Okay, I didn't exactly read this book, i read the original books and were 13 individual books, cuz they were at my library. But these books are AWESOME! and if you love these first 3 well this is only the begging. The story gets even better as the story goes on. These books are absoulutly phenominal book.

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  • Posted September 18, 2010

    Great for young teen girls!

    Each story is told from a different Daughter of the Moon. The plot is interesting and the characters are really cute and have a little of every young girl in their personality. Helps teach you how to be a good friend and stand up for yourself while dealing with all the things young girls have to deal with...plus a lil magic!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 3, 2010

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    Very Good!!!!!!

    This book was very unpredictable. I loved the way you didn't know what was going to happen next. It kept me asking myself what was going to happen next. Couldn't put t down.

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  • Posted August 2, 2010

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    First 3 in a series of 13!

    A great story idea and a decent read but much more of a time investment then what I was looking for. I enjoy reading a series after it has been completed and I didn't realize this compilation was the first 3 books in a series of 13. In addition to the 13 books there is also a 4 book spin-off "Sons of the Dark."
    Although the series has been completed I found it tough to find the rest of the books. The next 3 books will be released as another compilation next year but I am impatient :)
    Overall it is a decent series so far but reader beware you have 14 more books to go before you reach the end!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 19, 2010

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    it was a decent read

    this trilogy of stories was decent. all three of the stories started off kind of slow and boring but did pick up midway through. if you dont have patieance then this book isn't for you, most likely you would get bored the first few chapters.

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  • Posted April 9, 2010

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    Has its Good Points

    The first book in this series was like an introduction to the book..it started off alittle rocky but picked up toward the end
    BOOK 2 IN TO THE FIRE is told from Serena's POV. Serena is the mind reader of the group. When there is a fortold betrayl The 4 teen girls band together to try to stop vision from coming true that have never been able to be stopped. I enjoyed this book alot more than the 1st. It had a Romeo and Julet flavor with an unexpected twist. That doesnt end badly at least not so far. will these two star crossed lovers be able to keep there unlikly love hidden from their friends with supernatural abilities or will they be forced to throw down lol. all in all i liked this book.
    BOOK 3 NIGHTSHADE started out intrigueing but slowed down alot so i had stopped reading the series for a while. I picked the book back up and finished it i was glad i did...

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