Tuesday, February 27, 2018

The Falling of the Moon (Moonfall Mayhem Series) by A. E. Decker

This is a good buy.  It's all three books in this series in one volume.  All three were good reads for those like fantasy and magic.  There are plots within plots and this third book puts some of the pieces together for you.  I wouldn't mind reading more about these characters.  Oh, and watch out for the flying cat with wings...

World Weaver Press and Net Galley let me read this book for review (thank you).  It will published March 20th.

In "Into the Moonless Night", Ascot is determined to find Catch again.  He believes he's the golden one and is going to fulfill the prophecy.  He might die but it's his responsibility.  Ascot doesn't agree.  She thinks he could use help.

These stories include shape shifting, a witch that has a cauliflower house instead of a gingerbread one, a tall thin man that used to be a dog, the cat that can fly, a wolf and more odd characters before the quest is over.  Those that start as enemies even become friends.  When you have to overcome the ones holding all the power, you work together if you want to or not.

There's plenty of action, lots of surprises, and you finally learn what all this has been leading up to.  My favorite part is watching Ascot try to protect Catch while he tries to protect her.  The ending makes me think there may be more in this series.  If so, I'll read it.

I've already reviewed the first two books, so here are the links to those reviews:

The Falling of the Moon
The Meddlers of Moonshine

Give the whole series a try if you like fantasy.  They're a fun read.  The wolf is my favorite animal in the series. 

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