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Long Night Moon: A Young Adult Paranormal Novel (Seasons of the Moon Book 3) by [Reine, SM]
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Top 10 in Contemporary Fantasy Hot New Releases (March 2012)

From the Author

LONG NIGHT MOON is a dark fantasy novel for young adult readers who enjoy a splash of horror with their paranormal romance. It's the third book in the Seasons of the Moon series.

Seasons of the Moon Series - smarturl.it/seasonsofthemoon
  1. Six Moon Summer
  2. All Hallows' Moon
  3. Long Night Moon
  4. Gray Moon Rising
  5. The Cain Chronicles

Product Details

  • File Size: 485 KB
  • Print Length: 183 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1937733165
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Red Iris Books (March 2, 2012)
  • Publication Date: March 2, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B007DYCC0C
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This is another great installment of the series! So far this series reads like a single book, even though it consists of four total. I really enjoyed this installment more than the others so far for the mere fact that this installment showed more of Rylie's animalistic side. So far, Rylie's showing some alpha tendencies, willing to fight anyone that comes near her territory. Before this installment, I was starting to think the transition was going a bit too smoothly for Rylie. It showed so much of her human side! I'm very glad that this book evened out the score, showing her animal instinct.

I also enjoyed the addition of silver poisoning. I felt that this was a very interesting ailment that I foresee being important further into the series. I'm definitely looking forward to completing the last book!
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Um…okay.

I think the reason why I feel so, BLAH, about this book is because it’s been quite some time since I’ve read Six Moon Summer and All Hallows Moon, the first and second book in the series Seasons of the Moon by S.M Reine. However those books were so amazing, so refreshing, so….so good that truthfully they could leave me speechless! Which is why I was dying to read Long Night Moon, the third in the series.

It started off great! The first few chapters got me hyped and I was so excited to see where S.M was going to take Rylie this time! But as I got deeper into the story, that excitement started to fade and I don’t know, it got kinda cliché a little bit to me. I’m probably wrong but it felt like the common storyline to a lot of young adult books out there, the same formula. But again, that could just be me.

Long Night Moon, for me, lost some of its feistiness it had in the first two. And I feel like Rylie’s character changed so much in this one and not for the better. It’s like she became weaker when she was so tough in the first two books, it was actually really sad to see. I miss the old Rylie!

Overall, I felt like this happened before. Like, it wasn’t as original as the first two books and so I’m disappointed now. I’m actually happy my family didn’t buy this book for me as it was on my birthday/Christmas wish list. It fell flat and I get after a while, some sequels do that. It’s a normal thing but now my expectations for the last and final book in the series, Gray Moon Rising, is low. I’ll eventually get to it but I’m not dying to read it because I’m afraid it’ll turn out not like I want it to.

*shrugs* I just hope some of that feistiness comes back in the next book....
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Yes readers, I’m finally playing catch up. I’ve been doing my reading a little backwards when it comes to this series, but I’m fixing it now. About time, don’t you think? I read Six Moon Summer and All Hallows Moon 2 years ago. I didn’t stop reading the series because I didn’t like it. I just got side tracked…. and then I forgot… and then, well, you know what happens. Anyway, I got re-introduced to S.M. Reine’s books when I discovered her Ascension series. Since it combines both the characters from Six Moon Summer and her Descent series I decided to get a taste of the Descent series with Death’s Avatar. You know, just to make sure I was familiar with the characters… Let’s just say, I have a lot of reading to do and I. Can’t. Stop!

I thought that I might be a little lost or forget some aspects of the first two books in the series, but picking up Long Night Moon was like stepping into familiar territory. Oh, I’ll definitely go back and read this series from the beginning at some point, but I wasn’t lost at all. Even after not picking it up for 2 years. It might have something to do with being re-introduced to Seth, Rylie and Abel in the Ascension series, but I think it’s more because these characters made such an impression on me in the first place. Reading this book made me realize why I fell in love with not only this series, but S.M. Reine’s writing in the first place.

This is not your average young adult werewolf tale. There’s nothing soft, fluffy or romantic about Reine’s werewolves. They’re powerful, lethal, dangerous and broken. Nothing is held back and no one is spared any pain or heart break. The story makes you sit up and take notice and not assume anything … ever. By the end of this book I felt sorry for every single character.
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By S. Smith on March 9, 2016
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It has been quite some time that a fiction/fantasy/myth book has had such a heart rendering effect on me! The author seems to grab your heart strings and as the story continues......... They're pulled tighter and tighter. I couldn't put it down. 4:00am and I'm sitting here with tears running down my face trying not to wake my husband!
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I like this series. Even though it's YA and I'm not. But it is getting a little darker than I usually enjoy.

I'm not really sure where the author is going with this series, as I see that this series ends with Book Four and yet apparently continues in shorter form with the Cain Chronicles. This one ends on a rather depressing note. I tend to prefer books that don't depress me, since I read to be entertained. However, again, I found this to be a compelling read. The author is not afraid to kill characters off, which is a different slant for a YA Paranormal.

Will I read Book Four? Yes. I'm not a big fan of the shorter types of 'episode' writing, so although I've downloaded the first one in the Cain Chronicles, I don't believe it likely that I'll continue with that group unless it's exceptional enough to make me overlook my dislike of that style.

Like the previous books in this series, this one should appeal to YA. Adults who enjoy darker forms of Werewolf stories should also enjoy it. Very light in the romance and language areas. Good flow and action, interesting plot.
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