Serpent Moon [NOOK Book]

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Eric Thompson’s wolf howl can ruin electronics and send aircraft tumbling from the sky.  Considered dangerous even by his fellow Sazi, Eric has become a lone wolf, living in self-imposed isolation.  Yet when the very foundations of Sazi life come under attack, Eric knows he must defend his fellow shapeshifters at any cost.

Attacked by a band of vicious Sazi, Holly Sanchez should have died.  Instead, she survives, emerging as a ...

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Serpent Moon

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Overview


Eric Thompson’s wolf howl can ruin electronics and send aircraft tumbling from the sky.  Considered dangerous even by his fellow Sazi, Eric has become a lone wolf, living in self-imposed isolation.  Yet when the very foundations of Sazi life come under attack, Eric knows he must defend his fellow shapeshifters at any cost.

Attacked by a band of vicious Sazi, Holly Sanchez should have died.  Instead, she survives, emerging as a powerful Sazi healer. Sent to return Eric to the Sazi world he rejected, Holly finds herself by his side as the lone wolf tracks the monster that is killing the Sazi.  Holly soon realizes she must make a choice—between a Sazi life with Eric, and life as a “normal” human being.  But first, she must survive long enough to make that choice—and she must save her people, and the world, from evil.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781429940351
  • Publisher: Tom Doherty Associates
  • Publication date: 3/2/2010
  • Series: Tales of the Sazi Series , #8
  • Sold by: Macmillan
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 384
  • Sales rank: 145,371
  • File size: 305 KB

Meet the Author


C.T. ADAMS and CATHY CLAMP are the authors of the award-winning Sazi series as well as the USA Today bestselling Thrall series. They live and write in Texas.

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  • Posted April 10, 2010

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    A parallel world you can't miss if you want action with your romance.

    I fell in love in the first quirky dark humored book. I figured it would be a one time book. Then found a second. Now I am hooked. Serpent Moon carried the tradition well. It started with action immediately and got more intense till you felt there was no way even with love and courage that it could end well. It was the personalities that pull it off. Whether it was snobbish, cold, or mild, calm trying for adventure, or a flashing or muted deadly one the characters made our world muted and distant while there was full of deadly adventure.

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  • Posted March 4, 2010

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    Just ok...

    I have really enjoyed much of this series but this one didn't work for me. The main characters we fine... and I liked them together but the Suzi crisis plot did not hold my interest. It was either too developed or not developed enough, I cannot decide. If you are starting this series, dont' start here. Go to the beginning. The books were stronger in teh beginning.

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  • Posted February 1, 2010

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    This is a great entry in the Tales of the Sazi mythos

    The Sazi still struggle with understanding alpha werewolf Eric Thompson's howling skill that somehow interferes with airwaves; his problem is though he can do it, he is unable to control his howling talent. Recently converted by a horrific assault into a Sazi, Holly Sanchez becomes a healer and is sent to the Outback to find Eric by Wolven

    However, she has learned that a Sazi relatives support group plans to use an elixir on the werewolves that will return them to Homo sapiens. At the same time the scheme to resurrect Marduc the snake goddess is nearing fruition. Holly and Eric team up to prevent two probable tragedies from occurring.------------------

    This is a great entry in the Tales of the Sazi mythos as Marduc arrives on the scene seemingly invincible. The story line is fast-paced and filled with non stop action as previously secondary character Holly proves she with the Canadian wolf can hold an exhilarating story line together in Colorado. With no time to catch a breath once the lead couple meets in the Outback, readers will fully relish the latest Sazi romantic urban fantasy as nothing less than love and saving the world at the same time is at stake.-----------

    Harriet Klausner

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