Rising Moon - Lori Handeland Reviews
Description:Genre: Sci-Fi & Fantasy / Author: Lori Handeland / ISBN: 0330462644 / Publication Date: 2008 / Publisher: Pan
Newest Review: ... important events in the series so far. However, apart from the location and of course the compulsory monsters, there doesn't ... more
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Lori Handeland Rising Moon
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Pages: 352, Mass Market Paperback, Saint Martin's Press
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by - written on 09/04/12 (Very useful, 51 readings)
When I started reading this novel I had just about given up on this series. After reading the previous book I thought that Handeland had lost whatever it was that made the early books in the series so great. I'm pleased to say that it seems that Handeland is back on track with this novel. In fact I think I would say that this is the best novel in the series so far. ==The Series== Rising Moon is book 6 in the Night Creatures Series by Lori Handeland. The premise of the series is that there are lots of monsters in the world, most notably so far in the series werewolves and to a lesser degree zombies. There are a group of monster hunters called Jager Suchers ... Read the complete review
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