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The Moon

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The Moon offers a delectable second instalment to what seems to be a promising series. Encapsulating the intriguing relationship between Gods and Mortals, the novel plays on themes of evil and human nature. Another play on a mythological genre, that is definitely as effective as intended.
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This book was so much fun! Norse mythology (I'm Swedish) so this was such a home run for me. 

This was apparently book two in a series so I feel like I have to read book one first, I was left out of the loop a lot because of this. 

All and all a good read, highly recommended.

I received a free arc copy from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review, my opinions are my own.
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Thanks to the publisher and NetGalley for providing me with the ARC. This was a good read. I enjoyed the plot, the characters, and the writing style. Even though this is book two you can technically read this as a standalone too. Will read more from this author in the future!
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I hadn't known it was book 2 until after I was near finished with it, so I'd say that's a successful optional standalone. The take on Norse mythology was refreshing, and the whole thing overall was well paced.
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Book #2 but also can work as a stand alone. Norse mythology, monstrous creatures, absolutely loved the perspective on Fen!
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Wow! What an amazing read❤!
When I started this book I've had no idea that this book was a second part; so I was slightly confused in the beginning. But as the story went on, I found myself on the edge of my seat the whole time. The characters had depth and the storyline had me wanting to keep reading more. It was my first read from the author, but I would definitely look forward to read more of her books in future, if given the chance.
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