Friday, January 25, 2013

Review: Moonset

Moonset (Legacy of Moonset, #1)

Title: Moonset
Author: Scott Tracey
Publisher: Flux
Status: Available on April 8th 2013
Justin Daggett, his trouble-making sister, and their three orphan-witch friends have gotten themselves kicked out of high school. Again. Now they’ve ended up in Carrow Mills, New York, the town where their parents—members of the terrorist witch organization known as Moonset—began their evil experiments with the dark arts one generation ago.

When the siblings are accused of unleashing black magic on the town, Justin fights to prove their innocence. But tracking down the true culprit leads him to a terrifying discovery about Moonset’s past . . . and its deadly future

My Review  :  I really enjoyed this book. Moonset is about witches, it is a refreshing subject for the YA market. I also enjoyed the fact that this is told from a male point of view. Another thing that we don't see a lot of and I personally would like more. Once I started reading I did not want to put this book down from the moment you meet all the characters in the book you want to read more. I also liked how this book explores the family dynamic among  the children. All of the kids have different personalities and they conflict with each other and any family does.  Justin (The Narrator) is a very likable and easy to relate too.
  Scott Tracey writing is wonderful and he is such a great story teller. Using humor that make you smile but still managing to tell a serious story. I am really looking forward to the next book in the series and will look for more by this author.  I would recommend this book to all lovers of paranormal and witches. I look forward to the release date so I can buy a copy for my children to enjoy.

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