Anna and Steven Parker find themselves in a life-and-death situation where the only person they can turn to is their mother who they haven’t seen in years. Upon arriving in the diverse town named Lunar Ville—located in the middle of La Ville le Tombée, a combination of three fallen cities ruled by both the first and second section—the twins meet a group called “Enfant de la nuit” led by Eric Jefferson and Jason Stork, both controlled by the sarcastic ice cube named Eliza Peterson. The twins quickly adapt to living with supernatural beings and even decide to participate in the blood moon harvesting ritual, which can only be performed once every few hundred years and is believed to have the ability of breaking any curse and granting any wish to the participants. Dominic Devereux, the youngest druid ever known to become immortal, watches the events take their own toll while being the only one knowing how the ritual is truly carried out. Each character has their own motive for taking part in the ritual, but will they achieve their one true wish?
How will the young ambitious group climb their way above everyone else and prove that they are worthy of protecting the sections alongside the holy and unholy spirits of the supernatural realm?
Each chapter gives the viewpoint of each individual character, giving you the option of getting to know each of them by reading their personal narration of the events unfolding before them. Will they survive to see another full moon?
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I have chosen to read this book because I am actually friends with the author. It's her first book she's ever published. And of what I have read of it so far I actually kind of enjoy the story. It follows the point of view of all of the different characters in the story. It has some nice imagery towards the different settings and locations of the story. If you enjoy fantasy genre then you might find yourself interested in this story. And of course once I get the money I would be glad to help support her by purchasing her book. And I suggest that you read the preview first before you purchase to see if you like it or enjoy it that way you get your money's worth. Hope my review was helpful.