Othermoon (Turtleback School & Library Binding Edition)

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When broken barriers between the mortal world and the Othersphere threaten the Otherkin with annihilation, Dez faces a wrenching choice between joining the world where she belongs or staying with Caleb.

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When broken barriers between the mortal world and the Othersphere threaten the Otherkin with annihilation, Dez faces a wrenching choice between joining the world where she belongs or staying with Caleb.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780606322539
  • Publisher: San Val, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 1/29/2013
  • Format: Library Binding
  • Edition description: THIS EDITION IS INTENDED FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY
  • Pages: 320
  • Product dimensions: 7.90 (w) x 5.20 (h) x 1.00 (d)

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  • Posted January 29, 2013

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    Dez and the others involved in ending the Ximon¿s plans in Other

    Dez and the others involved in ending the Ximon’s plans in Otherkin have all had their homes broken in to. They discover that every one of them is missing something that contains their DNA. Deciding that this can not be good and Ximon must be up to something again Dez and gang head out to the new school.

    Choices are made, secrets are kept and Dez might have to sacrifice her love for saving the world. An enemy is helping her and her friends and family don’t understand, leaving her isolated from the group. Facing obstacles at every turn, Dez must rely on her inner-strength to make sure they all survive, even when it might cost her everything she holds dear.

    I honestly can’t say more about the storyline without giving something essential away and I much rather you discover this brilliant story for your self. I will say that this was an action packed, mystery, adventure that you should positively read. I really loved the characters and enjoyed their interaction and emotional depth. I was a little lost in the beginning, I did not read Otherkin, so I did have to play some catch up. That being said, I will undoubtedly be back reading this series because it’s definitely a YA series that I want to follow.

    This ARC copy of Othermoon was given to me by Netgalley and Kensington Publishing Corp. - K-Teen in exchange for an honest review. Publish Date January 29, 2013.

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted April 1, 2013

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    In Berry¿s follow up to Otherkin we are instantly thrown back in

    In Berry’s follow up to Otherkin we are instantly thrown back into the action. The Tribunal have broken into each of the shifters homes, not to kill them, but to still their hairbrushes. Right away Dez is on alert and with the strange incidents happening with her mother, she knows that they need to assemble at the school and figure out what is going on. Dez has grown into her shifter abilities but as a result she has become even more stubborn. I have a feeling that is a natural trait with all tiger shifters and maybe that is the reason that most shifters are not fans of tigers.

    Dez does continue to make mistakes but in her head they are for the good of the people she loves. Her love of Caleb becomes blurred when Caleb’s half-brother and Tribunal baddie, Lazar, steps back into the picture. This time Lazar wants to help the shifters. He supposedly has seen the light and wants nothing to do with his father. Instead he wants help from the shifters to escape the Tribunal but the other shifters except for his sister, Amaris who has already escaped and is helping the shifters, don’t believe him and think it is a trick.

    I think if it wasn’t for Caleb’s sudden jealous streak there would not be a love triangle. Unfortunately, as with most YA books, there is one now but it doesn’t deter from the main part of the storyline. I did find myself seeing Lazar as not the enemy but as a tortured soul who is truly looking for a way out from under his father’s tyrannical rule. The only part that was hard for me to accept was how easy Dez trusted Lazar who previously tried to kill Dez and her family.

    At times the action does read a bit heavy but all in all Berry does an excellent job in keeping the action rolling page after page. With each new revelation I was riveted to the pages wondering what will happen next.

    (ARC provided by publisher in exchange for an honest review)

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted February 4, 2013

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    Othermoon is the second book of the Otherkin trilogy. Dez, the m

    Othermoon is the second book of the Otherkin trilogy. Dez, the main protagonist, is a shapeshifter. In here, the characters shift into different animals, depending on what group they belong to. One of the major reasons I love this series is because I'm a huge fan of animals, and it's always interesting to read about them in detail. Othermoon starts off exactly where where Otherkin stops. The best thing is that Nina Berry does remind us about what happened in Othermoon, and that's definitely a bonus for people who have a short term memory, like me. The tribunal break into each of the other kin's houses, and take a piece of object. Wanting to figure out why that is. the other kin decide to meet. That's where we get to reunite with the other amazing other kin; London, November, Siku, and Arnaldo. Let's not forget the objurers; Caleb, and his sister, Amaris.Another thing I really love about this trilogy are the characters! It's not only concentrated in one or two, but the whole group. In this book, we did get to learn more about Arnaldo's family, and Siku, November, and even London. What's also very interesting, was Lazar. The bad boy from the Tribunal. Many shocking things happen, and we also learn so many things about Lazar, that I kind of prefer him more to Caleb now. *sorry* The action in this book is kick butt. Though I do have to admit, sometimes it was a bit too detailed, that I had to skim through it and get to the exciting part. As usual, the writing style is great, Nina berry always making us want to read more and never wanting to put the book down.Overall, I really did enjoy Otherkin. The characters were absolutely great to read about, there was a new twist to the romance that made it 10x exciting, and the action was totally awesome! I definitely cannot wait to read the third, and final book in the trilogy. For now, I'm most excited to see about where the romance will be headed, because the cliffhanger is killing me. I really do recommend this trilogy to all paranormal readers out there!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 31, 2014

    Captivating!

    Couldn't put it down. First 2 books were so good I didn't leep much for a couple days. Was exstatic when I found out there was a third book. Can't wait to get my hands on it!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 1, 2014

    Great read

    Love these books!!!!!

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  • Posted February 16, 2014

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    3.5 stars

    I thought this was alright. Dez and her friends can't get away from the Tribunal. An unlikely ally helps them to bring down a major plan the Tribunal was planning on executing. While there was plenty action, there was also plenty of drama. I was getting a little tired of Dez's self-righteousness. I could see a little bit of her side of things, but most of the time it was just plain irritating. The whole issue with her and Caleb too. Ugh. This is why I hate insta-love, because there is always insta-problems. It just seemed like the story wanted to revolve around that. Blech. Other than that, I thought the story wasn't too bad.

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  • Posted January 16, 2014

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    In 'Othermoon', Dez is at it again with new obstacles to face an

    In 'Othermoon', Dez is at it again with new obstacles to face and more mysteries she must solve about herself and her new world. This was a solid sequel in a wonderful YA fantasy series that keeps the reader coming back for more. The characters continued to be interesting and well written with realistic personalities. Dez's character continues to grow and change throughout this book, and I really enjoyed watching her coming into her power and place with the Otherkin. There's definitely more romance in this book than the first, but I feel that it only added to the story and made things more interesting - it didn't detract from the main plot of the book at all, but intertwined with it. I continued to enjoy reading as much as I could about the Otherkin and their world. The author writes about them with such vivid descriptions and detailed histories that I get completely sucked into the story from the start. The plot for this book was definitely as interesting as the first, but contained more action and romance - which definitely kept me reading as fast as I could to see what was going to happen. The pace was fast but not rushed, and the writing was again incredibly well done. Very highly recommended for fans of shifter series and fans of YA fantasy/paranormal fiction.

    Disclosure: I received a copy of the book in exchange for an honest review.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 5, 2013

    ugh....

    It was a good sequel but i did't like the ending at all...thanks a lot Nina Berry..

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 6, 2013

    Ohhh yea :)

    Entertaining and it holds your interest. I look forward to more books in this series.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 16, 2013

    Has it all!

    This book has it all. A budding romance continued from book one, mystery, violence, hate, distrust, fun, and mystery. This is turning into a great series, it's young adult, but, I love it and I'm anything but young

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 13, 2013

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    Does this have anything tondo with tigers?

    0 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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