Saturday, April 23, 2011

Dark Moon: A WEREling Novel by Steve Feasy -- OPTIONAL

Feasy, Steve. Dark Moon: A WEREling Novel, 324 pgs. Feiwel and Friends (Macmillan), 2011. $9.99. Sexual Content-G; Language-G; Violence-PG. Trey Laporte is the only living hereditary werewolf (Wereling, 2010). Continuing where the first book ended, Trey’s mentor Lucien Charron is unconscious and dying because of an injury from Caliban, an evil vampire. Trey, Tom, and Alexa (Lucien’s daughter) have to find and steal Mynor’s Globe, an object with healing power for netherworld creatures. The current owner is Gwendolin, a powerful and wicked sorceress who happens to be Alexa’s mother and consort to Caliban. They also suspect that someone inside Lucien’s organization is leaking information to Caliban. The plot moves quickly to a page-turning climax. The novel ends setting up a sequel. Purchase if Wereling (the first book) is popular at your library. MS/HS – OPTIONAL. Samantha, Public Librarian.

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