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- Print Length: 67 pages
- Publisher: Troll River Publications; 1 edition (January 15, 2018)
- Publication Date: January 15, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B077JX2QY1
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I literally could not put this page-turner down until I reached the end. I’m excitedly awaiting Moon Blood, part 2, later this year, and highly recommend this book and author to all my friends and family.
I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book, and also purchased a copy, too.
Moon Blood picks up after the Snow Blood series, following one of the pups of Nova and Snow. Moon is saved by Kane after an injury, continuing the vampire dog storyline. You’d still be able to follow the story line without reading Snow Blood or Kane’s story first, but you get more enjoyment out of this if you do. The rehashing is very brief, and more a memory jog than complete synopsis (which is perfect and was just the right amount).
It was nice to see distinctly different personalities in the main dog narrators between the two series: Snow Blood was very loyal and obedient, whereas Moon Blood is more distracted and playful. You truly get a sense of her being younger and still puppy-ish in nature with her actions and the things she gets in to. I must admit though, I liked Snow Blood better. He always felt like a dog to me, the mannerisms and thoughts were spot on. Moon Blood strays a little from this, and it wasn’t as natural.
There was also a lot of dialogue, which the stiff contraction-less nature doesn’t bother me when it’s a dog or if someone’s talking to a dog, but between two people on a date it doesn’t flow like conversation should. Still, it was a very quick, fun read. I’ll miss adventures from my favourite vampire dog, but Moon Blood can be my second favourite.
I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.