Friday, July 16, 2021
Luna (The Dark Between Series, #1)
Written by: Rae Else
This was the first time reading a novel from this author. I was far from disappointed and am very glad to have been able to read this book.
This book had such powerful scenes that really bring the story line into focus. There is many plot loops that make you question what will happen next as well as answer some of the questions you have.
I absolutely loved reading this book and can't wait to see what the next book will have in store with some of what you learn near the end, how it will fit into to new book and what it will lead to by the end should be a great find.
The book follows Jess for the most part but there are a few scenes that are from Matteo side. Each chapter brought forth new revelations or questions. Some questions get answered in different chapters while also bringing forth more.
This e-book was given to me at my request to read it and I am leaving a review in my own honest words of what I had thought of it.
When Romulus killed Remus, the wolf clans swore enmity to one another ever after.
Seventeen-year-old Jess has survived an upbringing in care. Diagnosed with rage blackouts, people look at her with pity and fear. The solution? Brutal workouts, Art-oh-and staying the hell away from others. Easily done in backwater Maine.
Yet one night, she wakes to find herself by a lake, her clothes covered in blood, with no memory of what happened. Soon the water is aflame and a portal opens. Transported to the Triodia Penitentiary, she discovers she's a shifter, a type of para. She's accused of murder and locked up.
Desperate to find a way out, she turns to her fellow inmates for help. Yet as they mount an escape, the enemies circling her increase. Will Jess survive unlocking the dangerous Heights and Depths of the para world and those within herself?
Luna is the first in a four-book series, The Dark Between. A decadently dark YA Fantasy full of Heights and Depths that will leave you craving more. Perfect for fans of Laini Taylor and Sarah J. Maas.
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