Book Review: Night Shade by Lynne Ewing

Friday, April 20, 2012

Daughters of the Moon 3: Night Shade by Lynne Ewing
(Started: June 24, 2010; Finished: June 26, 2010)

Summary/Description:
Serena is being targeted by the dark forces of the Atrox. Her power to read minds is the key they need in order to turn the Daughters of the Moon into Followers. Jimena has a premonition that Serena is going to betray the girls. And she has never been wrong before...Jimena, who has the gift of seeing the future, must call on the skills she developed as a gang member when Cassandra, a Follower of the evil Atrox, hatches a plot that may destroy the moon goddesses and those they love. (From Shelfari)
Review: 3 stars
Source: Purchased at National Bookstore ($9.99 US / $13.99 CAN)
Available at: Amazon
It was a good read. Though it was a sad at first because you were longing to see and be with someone who is already dead. But then you're surprised to see that person alive again without knowing that his soul is being used to hurt you. That's what happened to Jimena Castillo, another daughter of the moon with the gift of having or seeing a Premonition. But it will eventually end in a good way. Somewhat the book teaches us how to let go and to move on, and to change ourselves to a better one.

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