Friday, October 28, 2011

Feasey, Steve. Dark Moon: A Wereling Novel.

Feasey, Steve. Dark Moon: A Wereling Novel.
Feiwel&Friends/Macmillan Child Pub Gr 2011 324p 9.99

978-0-312-64643-1 Supernatural VG
Book two in the Changeling series. Trey Laporte, a teenage werewolf teams with vampires, witches and other creatures of the Netherworld to defeat the evil vampire Caliban and his sorceress Gwedolin. A good vs. evil story wrapped in the supernatural. While not a book of note, this supernatural novel will definitely find an audience in teen girls and others who enjoy the Stefanie Meyers and Cassandra Clare books. The story moves in an easy, yet rapid pace swiftly grabbing the reader. This book can stand alone or be read in sequence with others in the series. The author provides his characters with depth weaving a threads of interest into what would otherwise be a very linear plot line.
I would recommend this book mainly for middle school and public libraries, although it will find a ready audience with high school and upper middle school supernatural/fantasy fans. Fisher, Lynn

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