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Blood Moon [Kindle Edition]

Larae White
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Book Description

Lacey has always been protected by her family. When one unscrupulous vampire forces the change upon her, her family is met with a new challenge; let her go into this scary new world alone, or join her. They opt to join her in her new life.
One by one, her family joins her in this new and sometimes scary life. Lacey finds herself surrounded, more than once, by mystical creatures (the moon elves) that seem determined to kill her and her kind. With the help of her new vampire beau (after all who can resist a handsome vampire?) Lacey learns the skills necessary to fight and protect herself for once.
The plot thickens by the sudden discovery of a new brand of creature; a Richian. These half-man, half-wolf creatures set out to destroy not only vampires, but the very beings who brought them here in the first place; the moon elves.
Lacey’s clan of vampires agree to help the moon elves hunt down these beasts and remove them from their plane altogether. They agree, until they discover the moon elves betrayal… then watch out because all hell is going to break loose!

Product Details

  • File Size: 507 KB
  • Print Length: 372 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B006QC2WG6
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,357,032 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A different vampire story June 1, 2012
I am giving this book five stars for sheer originality. The book is written with a mix of styles so that you have narrative, and almost a journal style, which adds to the dynamic of the book. The story unfolds as a big picture of how the main character and her family grow. The story tells what happens over a long period of time and how the vampires move from place to place, sometimes with poignancy. The `family' gets bigger and the scene changes as time goes on. I realized that there was a theme of evolution in the book and found that was the author's intent when I reached the end and read her prologue. She does achieve this very well.
There was a lot of emotion in the book in the way the characters feel and explain their situations. The dialogue during these times really reflected the emotions well. It was interesting to read the way different characters handled being `changed', and or helping others who had been `changed'. I liked the introduction of other kinds of `creature' beside the vampires and thought they were very original. The author has worked hard to produce a different kind of vampire story.
All in all, this book is creative and original in style and content, which is why I am giving it five stars.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Pretty good book. April 2, 2012
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I have to say up front that I don't read vampire books. I did read this one, and I enjoyed it. It didn't go exactly as I thought it was going to go. There were some twists in the story, and it kept it from being too predictable. I think the author did a pretty good job with it.

One other reviewer docked the book on the editing, which I agree there are some errors. But I didn't find them to be too distracting. All indie books are going to have mistakes in them. Even the big time writers will have mistakes. The mistakes were minor to me, and were usually just the word in the wrong form, example, the author uses "wander" a lot of times, when it should be "wonder", and "except", when it should be "accept". But that is not anything that will distract from the story. The other reviewer really didn't need to be so harsh.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Could have used a better editor. March 4, 2012
By Matthew
Though the premise is good and the characters are engaging, the author shifts frequently from third-person to first-person perspective. At times, she goes as far as to shift perspective mid-paragraph.

The constant change in perspective makes the writing difficult to follow and draws the reader to the technical imperfections of the writing rather than immersing them in the story.

Better editing would have helped greatly.
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2.0 out of 5 stars I got all distracted.... July 3, 2013
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This has potential, but it's in desperate need of either a good editor or several decent beta readers. In all honesty, I give this book 2 1/2 stars. MOST of the story line was good. New take on the origin of vampires (no sparkling!) was believable. There were a few plot lines that need tweaked. But what killed this book for me was the redundancy and the editing! I have a pet peeve... people who say "Seen" instead of "Saw". There is a time and place for each of them and they are NOT interchangeable!! "I saw the street lights turn on." is not the same as "I seen the street lights turn on." Spell check can only help you if you misspell a word, but it has no ability to make sure you are using the correct word. Manor is a big home. Manner is the way something is done. Wonder is to think or imagine. Wander is to roam around. I've made so many notes and highlights while reading this book that it became a distraction to WHAT I was reading
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