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Of Wings And Wolves (2013)

by S.M. Reine(Favorite Author)
4.17 of 5 Votes: 5
Red Iris Books
Seasons of the Moon: Cain Chronicles
review 1: I loved Ms Reine's UF series (Ascension and Descent), but I'm less at ease with her Seasons of the Moon. I'm not sure whether this series is really marketed as YA or something I perceive. Whatever the answer to this doubt, the problem remains. I read it as a young/new adult novel. And therefore I can't connect with the hero/heroine (the twins, not the main couple) and their actions. I perceive them as teens with not much brain in two :D. The way they act, the way they trust strangers, the reactions to other people's action scream: TSTL, the way teens are known to be. Moreover Samantha reads a lot like her mother, a pollyanna in fur, and up to the 53% I read, I couldn't really separate the two characters. I'm not invested enough in this series to keep reading it, nor it's n... moreecessary to understand The Ascensions books. All of this is purely personal taste, if YA is you cup or young adults don't bother you, this is a series you might want to read.
review 2: This was a really great paranormal romance read! I don't recommend reading it without going through the rest of the series (Cain Chronicles) first, but it was like a great little cherry on top of the sundae that is the Riley book sets. Also, be prepared for this being #1 of however many, because not all the loose ends are tied up at the end of this installment.I really enjoyed reading about Summer and Nash. While we get a lot of angel point of view in the Descent series, you don't get a lot of "normal" POV -- meaning an angel who is living with the humans/paranormals/on-some-form-of-earth. This book was a nice gap filler in that respect. Nash was a great sort of bridge between the uber-evil villain angels we've met before. The sarcasm and humor was great, too. Riley's storyline had gotten so dark and conflicted that I was happy to see some more of the sarcastic jabs and wit thrown back in, mostly in the form of Nash and Summer's interaction. The romance is there, in a paranormal-ly way, and a look forward to seeing where it goes in future books. Even though this book is longer than most of the previous ones, I still found myself tearing through it at a fast pace. If you've read the Cain Chronicles, then you already know what has to happen, and I spent most of my time towards the end of the book trying to figure out how they end up where they eventually do. I really can't wait to see what happens next! less
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I would have loved a bit more about their childhood but I still enjoyed it :)
best one so far, although I didn't like the ending
Can't wait for the next one.
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