Amber Moon (Moon Trilogy, Part II)
By C.L. Bevill
- Release Date: 2010-11-30
- Genre: Paranormal
Amber Moon (Moon Trilogy, Part II) C.L. Bevill Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars
Mirie is a Committee agent and sent to watch a handsome elvish prince. The prince allegedly has the Eyes of the Amber Moon, a magical artifact, that can be used to destroy the world. She quickly learns that all is not as it seems and the mystery of who she really is is connected to the enigmatic elfish realm. She must fight for herself, the relic, and her love for the halfling prince. Novella.
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Multi Dimension, part 2
By First post 2011
Similar to the black moon review. Good plot building. Diverse vocabulary. For mature audience.
CL Bevill is great!
This trilogy is proving tone very, very entertaining. I can't wait for the next installment.
Another mediocre novella in this so-so series.
Well written. Not overly detailed but just enough to keep your interest. Love the quick book read! Really works with my on the go lifestyle! I can read a good story without 200 extra pages of fluff. I'm actually going to complete the trilogy and read the last book :-)
I was pretty surprised by this novella and the first one. The author has created an interesting world with enticing characters. I'm happy to see that the main characters have unique personalities. You come across many authors that write series with the protagonist be essentially the same person, just in a different place and a different name. The novella could probably use a little bit more fine tuning. Onward to the last of this trilogy!
It was a good read but was to short for me.
Just finished reading this book and the only thing wrong is it is way to short. Great read
By Nana six
The story had too many characters and was very hard to follow. The contents makes you question why someone would waste the time to think this stuff up and put it in writing, no less. I had nothing else to do and read it to the finish, but it left me wondering..........
Loved it !