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Once in a Blue Moon
     

Once in a Blue Moon

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by Susie Q Green
 

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The tale Once in a Blue Moon is about a journey into a magical world filled with a mysterious forest and enchanted lake. There are 12 females, more like sisters than good friends. Spells need to be solved and undone. The main character Jessica has involved herself and the other 11 girls in a hideous spell that transforms them into a shocking surprise

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The tale Once in a Blue Moon is about a journey into a magical world filled with a mysterious forest and enchanted lake. There are 12 females, more like sisters than good friends. Spells need to be solved and undone. The main character Jessica has involved herself and the other 11 girls in a hideous spell that transforms them into a shocking surprise during a full moon.

Living in the lake house on the edge of the enchanted lake, with legends of fairies and leprechauns in the mysterious forest and gossip of strange happenings, has endangered the girls lives!

Searching for the pieces of the puzzle to save all 12 lives, leads Jessica into rooms of mysterious ancient books in a 100 year old castle that is now the town library. There are clues and legends in these old books that lead to historic jewels and the hidden lair of the leprechauns and fairies where the spell first began.

This Grimm's like fairy tale is filled with unexpected twists and turns to solutions, that lead the reader to more questions.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781523653171
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
12/08/2015
Pages:
66
Product dimensions:
5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.14(d)

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Once in a Blue Moon 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I was incredibly excited to see another Hawke and Fisher novel and only mildly surprised to see it branded under Green's Blue Moon series. I'll always be a fan of Green but this book falls flat. I can't help but feel that the only original idea in the entire novel was the Hero Academy which is quickly forgotten in order to rehash Blue Moon Rising. The juxtaposed humor between traditional fantasy tropes and Green's characters are still great and very enjoyable, but the plot suffers. There is no growth from reveal to resolution for any character. The Hawke and Fisher legends remain exactly as they were 100 years ago. Green's plot is heavy handed and full of deus ex machina that strains credibility even for his fantasy works. Green's characters are always gods among mortals and I found their motivations lacking. That said, it's an enjoyable read for anyone familiar with Green's works and the nostalgia factor carried me through in an easy 3 day read. This is one of Green's books that I probably won't read twice but didn't regret reading once.
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Tsukiori More than 1 year ago
It was a bit confusing that the synopsis on the back of the book wasn't really the story in the book itself! I kind of want Mr. Green to write that one as well! It was still a good story though I wish the end had had more oomph.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
really good story but i wish i could get to read the previews story's before this one
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
When have I ever spilled a secret....? I would never tell. I'm gonna go whip up a chapter of my fanfic @ hanno res then I'm a heading for the shower. Ciao for now!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Baaaaai!!!! Meh mish yew!!!! -Midnight