- File Size: 4715 KB
- Print Length: 254 pages
- Publication Date: August 29, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0757K8CJZ
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #64,984 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Moonlight Dreams: Messy Feed's Fairytales Kindle Edition
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Deville makes the reader keep wondering what is going on or what will happen next; it is a great mysterious guessing game that keeps the reader on his or her toes and makes them want to know and understand more (not only understand more about the setting and story but about the characters as well). The book is very descriptive but it also lets the reader's mind run freely and conjure up all kinds of different ideas and views.
Is not a slow book from the start instead the reader gets thrown into action and mystery right off the bat which keeps them highly entertained. Overall, I would recommend this book to anyone looking for a good mystery and action packed book.
In “Moonlight Dreams,” author J. Deville’s writing style provides us enough information leaving little to our imagination as far as details were deemed to know. An example of being very descriptive is a scene at the start of the book, where Ally is going to interview Jack in the ‘Dragon’s Den’. The atmosphere already shined a light to the fact that Jack has a peculiar taste in things of the dark side, from Golems standing guard, to dragons and his ultimate passion for snakes. His collection of these mystic objects are no match for anyone who can claim their obsession, as they have minds of their own. The adventures Genevieve and Abigail had while being accompanied by their appointed travel guardian who is a glowing white fur, an electric blue-eyed wolf named Choctaw Blu or “Chuck”.
Overall, I’ve enjoyed reading this book as it made me feel like I was experiencing the journey with the girls and learning about secrets that were withheld from them. The creatures they encountered were of those from another world, some were helpful while others not so much. My imagination was allowed to run freely, letting the words I read flow smoothly without forcing an understanding of it all. Even though no family is perfect, they seem like the perfect individuals that would do anything and everything for the family, and that is the true definition of a family unit. I recommend anyone who enjoys an exploration of mysteries, with a bit of laugh and being a witness of what some individuals would do for family.
One of the main themes throughout the story, regardless of what is going on is the relationship between Guinevere and her sister Abigail. Their relationship is strained but also the most important thing to each other. It is strained because they are under stress, they won’t listen to each other, just normal sister type of things. Throw in some paranormal goings on, the realization that their dad may not be the most amazing man that they think he is, and a giant wolf, and things can and sometimes do go sideways quickly. Without quick thinking by Chuck, along with both sisters, the story could have ended much sooner than it did.
I knew something was off about the story by like the second page, I couldn’t put my finger on it, but there was something. It was two things. The first is that not everything is as it appears, and even when you are used to it, it can throw you for a loop when you don’t expect it. The second thing is the point of view. I couldn’t figure out who was speaking for the longest time. It is not an actual character, it is like a 3rd person who knows everything, but doesn’t want to tell you anything. They make you learn it as it comes along. This goes both ways, it is nice because it isn’t an info dump, but it isn’t because the narrator is like “haha I know something you don’t know.”
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