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"Moonshine is an utterly captivating novel, depicting a richly detailed 1920s alternative New York City inhabited by social activists, feminists…and Others--vampires, fairies, and the occasional, charming genie, as vampire-suffragette Miss Zephyr Hollis discovers. A fabulous entertainment."
--Ellen Datlow, multi award-winning editor
"I love Zephyr Hollis and the magical version of New York she lives in. Johnson's new series is witty, fun, and stuffed with delicious tidbits of history and mythic lore."
-Terri Windling, award-winning author of THE ARMLESS MAIDEN
Interesting take on the vampire story! I love a good horror story and this one had my attention from beginning to end!Published 23 months ago by D-D
Did not know if it wanted to be the Gangs of New York or True Blood. Dialogue was terrible and the characters had limited substance. Read morePublished on October 11, 2012 by Francis L. Guenther
In Alaya Johnson's imagined Prohibition-era New York, vampires and all manner of other Others walk the streets alongside humans. Read morePublished on April 15, 2012 by misplaced cajun
Have you ever picked up a book with a lackluster cover, read it, and thought to yourself, "Why isn't this book a bestseller? Read morePublished on February 5, 2012 by Crystal Dejesus
I really found the characters to be intriguing. The book was not at all what I expected, it definitely exceeding my expectations! Read morePublished on January 18, 2012 by JA
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In 1920s New York, vampires and other such Others are minorities with few to no rights and Zephyr Hollis is the singing vampire... Read more
The main character of Moonshine is Zephyr Hollis, described as "an overzealous, underfed social activist" . She really was, almost to the point of irritation. Read morePublished on August 14, 2010 by Mardel
I'm not sure if this is a stand alone book or not. If anyone knows I would love to be let in on this secret. Read more
I am really excited about this book and the possibility of sequels. For one Zephyr is a really great lead: she is an overworked, do gooder type, who battles with her past as a... Read morePublished on June 27, 2010 by V. Dalpe