- File Size: 1375 KB
- Print Length: 155 pages
- Publisher: Zombie Cupcake Press (July 9, 2017)
- Publication Date: July 9, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B071HWB4N4
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #239,540 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Midnight Moss Kindle Edition
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What I love about Ms. Lynch’s writing is how diverse it is and how she always manages to surprise me. “Midnight Moss” did just that, and while I expected serial killers (oh, how I loved the “Horror High” series!) I got immersed into a mesmerizing world of supernatural, of shapeshifters and witches, of ghosts and trolls, and all other dark secrets of the small, sleepy town of Black Cat Springs.
I loved how the story was told from a point of view of both Dorothea and Adam, both of whom turned out to be such likable characters! I loved how shy but at the same time feisty Dorothea was when it came to protecting herself and what was dear to her. And the biggest kudos to Ms. Lynch for creating such a vivid world of paranormal which I simply didn’t want to leave! I already can’t wait for the sequel!
This story was amazing! As the story unfolded, I was astonished at how well written it was. Once I started reading I couldn't stop until the story was finished.
Dorothea was very independent, but was not spiteful. She loved her own company and once she made up her mind to do something, she lets nothing stand in her way. Although when it came to the opposite sex, she was shy and did not know how to act around them. Adam was caring, but put on an act so he wouldn’t get hurt. He still lived with his mom and acted as a surrogate big brother to Elliott. Adam and Dorothea clicked straightaway and as the story progresses you understand their relationship and why they needed to become friends.
As this is a fantasy you expect magical powers, however whilst there are hints they don’t get revealed until further into the story. It was a welcoming change to read a fantasy story that did not have your usual suspects. In this story, you have Trolls, Lake Guardians which reminded me of the children in Children of the Corn and shape shifters that could change into any creature. Although there is a touch of romance is does not detract from the story. This book is fast paced and there is always something going on. The suspense builds the further they investigate and you get the feel of the chase. An unusual twist at the end involving a body and I wonder if this is going to have an impact on book 2.
It does not matter what genre Carissa writes she always has a flair to tell an exciting story. A great fantasy adventure which I did not want to end.