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- Print Length: 309 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1973305682
- Publication Date: September 14, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B074HZBT42
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #176,656 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Moonlight Virgin (Clem Starr: Demon Fighter Book 2) Kindle Edition
"Children of Blood and Bone"
Tomi Adeyemi conjures a stunning world of dark magic and danger in her West African-inspired fantasy debut. Learn more
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The author's writing is superb, and the character development absolutely fantastic, as she goes deeper into development of Nic, Clem, Kisho, Vlad and the Mayor. We get to meet Nic's whole pack and get a bit of insight into their personalities. As with the first book, I got sucked into the story and could not stop and started the next book immediately.
Maybe it is the further development of the world and the characters but I liked this book even better. I don't see this series as different stores but more like one continuous story with some break in between. The author's portrayal of Clem is amazing, and not just the portrayal but the idea of Clem's personality. She is incredibly confident without being self-absorbed, she is a great fighter but still careful and cautious, and she is apparently quite good looking (judging by the reactions of other people) without being arrogant about it. She is not an activist, but she stands up for what she believes in when she finds herself in a situation that requires her action. Clem is, without a doubt, one of the best female characters ever created.
Nic is another story. Nic is so completely self-absorbed that he is mostly oblivious to certain things that do not correspond to his personal thoughts and beliefs. Being in his head was one funny experience. Regardless of being self absorbed, he has a big heart and he cares a lot, but he does not want to care, so he is fighting it, and that is hilarious. Surprising in this whole episode was Kisho, who previously gave an impression of a vulnerable sensitive person. When situation asked for it he rose to the occasion and demonstrated a great strength and resolute character. Overall, I am impressed with this series and I will be very sad when I finish it.
Reading order is: Sex Demon (Clem Starr: Demon Fighter #0.5), which is the same as Incubus (Clem Starr: Demon Fighter #0.6), Demon Child (Clem Starr: Demon Fighter #1), Moonlight Virgin (Clem Starr: Demon Fighter #2), and Vampire Prince (Clem Starr: Demon Fighter #3).
Ok, my review presumes you've read Demon Child.
This book alternates between that of Nic, who is busy trying to train his new pack member Vlad (the name he gave Demon Child, who he's fascinated with, and not just because of the unicorn blood), and that of Clem who is in Tokyo with Kisho hunting a kitsune of all things (even though they know nothing of the city and don't speak Japanese, and all Clem knows about kitsunes is what's found in manga...). Then things get interesting as the Mayor makes Nico an offer he can’t refuse: "save the city, save ... Demon Child". Things get pretty antsy from there as our dual track of action, thrills and snarky attitude ensues. And let's not forget the Vampire King. Definitely not.
Bottom line here is easy. If you loved book 1 (and really, how could you not) then you're bound to love this book too.