The Harvest Moon (Standard Edition)

The Harvest Moon (Standard Edition)

by David Neth

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940157007355
Publisher: DN Publishing
Publication date: 08/06/2016
Series: Under the Moon , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 332
File size: 678 KB

About the Author

David Neth is the author of the Under the Moon Series. He lives in Batavia, NY, where he dreams of a successful writing career and opening his own bookstore.?

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The Harvest Moon (Standard Edition) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
MontzieW More than 1 year ago
The Harvest Moon (Under the Moon #2) by David Neth is another great story of witchcraft, and good vs evil. In this book, we find out why the evil Toxanna put the curse on the family. We follow Danielle as she tries to save her family against her. Lots of intense action, suspense, and magic! That's the best part. I love this series.
LisaB95 More than 1 year ago
Not quite sure how to write this review. I know one thing, you never can guess what's going to happen next. Mr Neth is killing me with his unpredictability, which is good, but I can't hardly stand the suspense. The narrator is very good with this series. This was so different from the first book. At first, you will think you have them out of order. But you don't, it all ties back in. I found myself feeling every emotion possible. Anger, sadness, joy, heartbreak, and for a little while I was hoping some great romance. Lol. There were times I wanted to strangle Holly. But mainly, she is a great character. Her first event with her magic was so funny. I was laughing so hard. And there were times, if Mr Neth would've been present, I would've thrown my tablet at him! Why? Why does he have to do some of the things he does?! But I guess all the emotions this creates is what makes it such a great series. And certainly, a great complex world. I mean the 'complex' part in a good way.