Book Review: Moon Demon by Lynne Ewing

Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Daughters of the Moon 7: Moon Demon by Lynne Ewing
(Started: July 02, 2010; Finished: July 02, 2010)

Summary/Description:
Vanessa's sixteenth birthday is coming up. While most girls would be thrilled at the prospect, Vanessa dreads being one year closer to making the most important decision of her life. Now she is beginning to doubt everything she holds true--- her friends, her relationship with Michael, and even her identity. Then she meets Hecto, who is more exciting and dangerous than anyone else she knows. Through him, she learns about a side of herself that she never knew existed. . . . 
As her sixteenth birthday approaches, Vanessa, a girl with the power to become invisible, worries that the other goddesses are shutting her out, fears a demon sent by the Atrox, and desires a handsome stranger. (From Shelfari)
Review: 5 Stars, Favorite
Source: Purchased at National Bookstore ($9.99 US / $13.99 CAN)
Available at: Amazon
I love this book because it showed how Vanessa accepted her evil side. She stopped being too conscious on what people might thing about her and opened herself to the world. I love this book.

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Happy Reading Everyone!

PS. Forgive my very short reviews for this series. I was a newbie back then and I think it was months after I read the book when I made this review. :|

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