- File Size: 983 KB
- Print Length: 286 pages
- Publisher: Bell Bridge Books (March 1, 2010)
- Publication Date: March 1, 2010
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B008JG8NK6
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #522,015 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Frost Moon (The Skindancer Series) Kindle Edition
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*Update* After finishing this book, I can say that this series has promise. The ideas are good ones, the world is interesting and writing is not bad. Once you wade through the political nonsense and get to the meat of the book......about 60-65% on Kindle, you do eventually get sucked into the story. I think with a little more polish and a little less stereotyping this book could appeal to a wide range of readers.
The author ties things up fairly well, and didn't surprise me (I knew who the bad guy was, so no Scooby-Doo ending here), and I found the characters of Dakota and Cinnamon both likable. The only other complaint that I had is the notion that a 6'2" woman covered in tattoos and a purple Mohawk is turning heads from Feds to wolves to karate teachers, but I guess she just has a universal appeal that I didn't quite see. It's not at the top of my list, but I'd recommend it to those who like urban fantasy.
This book was very entertaining and I really enjoyed it. The story and idea of a magical tattoo artist were unique in some ways that kept me wondering what would happen next. I liked Dakota's attitude and approach to life.
The weirdest thing about this book and the most unbelievable thing are both the fact that a woman with a mohawk and tattoos all the way to her head is attracting men like moths to a flame. I found it really hard to believe that men from a college karate teacher to an FBI agent are drooling all over themselves for Dakota. It seemed farfetched to me and I couldn't quite get into the story when it seemed that the guys were falling over themselves to kiss the ground Dakota walked on. Ok it wasn't that bad but the men that were the "love interests" in the book, just didn't strike me as really the type that would go for someone looking like Dakota.
I hate to say that because of Dakota's appearance and the many times it is mentioned throughout the book, I couldn't really understand her character, I'm a short girl that is isn't a toothpick and I don't have a Mohawk so from the start, Dakota was a unique character in appearance and I have no idea what it would be like to look like she does. She was a vibrant character though, which helped keep me interested in this book. Other interesting and unique character surround Dakota, which allowed me to be distracted at times from her appearance.
This book was engaging in the writing but the relationships between Dakota and any man in the book felt a little off to me. It kept me from really loving this book and so Frost Moon gets 3.5 Stars.
I can't wait to read the next one I hope in a series. For a new author (ok new to me) he was refreshing , funny, and worth the look. I got it for my kindle ap for my iTouch. Started reading it one night and couldn't stop!