- File Size: 4791 KB
- Print Length: 296 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Moonclipse (May 14, 2014)
- Publication Date: May 14, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00KD013NA
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #224,299 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Daughter of Moth (The Moth Saga Book 4) Kindle Edition
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The only thing I'm not understanding is: In the book Three, They fixed the Clock and their World started turning again, but in this book, it's stopped.
I really would like to know what happened
It is not clear. They finished the war because the world started turning, And then both side would have Night and Day, but in this book, 16 years letter, it is again one side Always Day and the other Always Night, just during the war.
Can any one explain that to me?
I'm now reading the book Five (Shadows) and it is still intense, so keep reading.
I enjoy the new main protagonist and like how she's her own character and not a rehash of what we saw before. My only gripe is that I wish that she got a break from being harassed all the time. It's like she goes to school in the Jim Crow South or something, with all the students hackling her every step of the way. I understand that the author has to illustrate the challenges she has to go through, but the physical abuse was becoming a bit redundant after a while.
As for the other new characters, I hope there is more depth to them later. As of now, they are one-dimensional. One charatcer keeps going on and on about having magical items this and that that it becomes the only thing she talks about. She talks about nothing else. Tam is just an ill-fated bodyguard and the Elorian boy is just mysterious and nothing more. But since this is just the start of the new trilogy, I'll give them a chance for now.
Overall, the writing was fine here and the characters well developed, but the ideas were not very original. Its just a retread of what came before. The same rheoretic against Elorians, etc. A little bit of Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix thrown in. Down with the nightcrawlers, blah, blah, blah. There were so many possibilities in this world, but it just repeated the first books instead.
If Madori becomes a great mage in future books, perhaps it could pay off. But as a standalone novel, this one is very depressing, with no fresh ideas.