Friday, 8 January 2021

Review of Curse Of The Fae Moon by JM Kearl

 

 When it’s nearly time for the Allied Kingdoms Academy to reopen after the vampire attack, and I can finally see Prince Zyacus again, I have an altercation with an overpowering silver-skinned Fae. This complete scoundrel surrounds himself in clouds of black mist, creatures of nightmares, and needs a lesson in manners.

Soon after, a red moon rises in the sky. A bad omen many at the academy say. Nobody knew just how bad things could get.

Somehow the fate of the human realm falls to me, a seventeen-year-old princess still learning to use her magic and hone her sword fighting skills.

To save us from the terrible events of the Fae moon, I’m forced into a choice: do I strike a bargain with the Fae that could take me away from everything I know and love forever?

Or do I refuse, risking suffering and death to my people but keep my freedom?

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My Review: 5 STARS

I picked this up because I’d read and loved the first book and this one did not disappoint. Picking up a few weeks after the events of the last one, you’re pulled right back into the world and the story, desperately wanting to know what awaits the Princess and her friends. The story was engaging and well told, and had you desperate to finish once you’d started. I read it all in one sitting and am now hungry for the third instalment. I need to know what happens next! Overall highly recommended, and a great book!

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