High Moor 2 - Moonstruck by Graeme Reynolds
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Review of High Moor 2-Moonstruck by Graeme Reynolds
It hadn’t been too long since I read the delectable “High Moor,” so naturally I was ecstatic to discover author Graeme Reynolds is about to give us the sequel. I know his eager readers have been champing at the bit for this one. I was late in coming to the series, because as a rule, I just don’t do werewolves. However, this series is Not-Just-Your-Ordinary-Werewolf-Story. Mr. Reynolds manages to write thrillers, suspense, mystery (and yes, a smattering of romance too) and deliver it in a hot plot with lots of good characterizations and characters. Even the secondary guys (and girls) get their backstory, and although not every character is admirable, they’re still comprehensible—and some, such as John and Marie, are “good guys,” despite the fact that they are—well, werewolves.
Due to the nature of the plot (werewolves, after all) there is a plethora of violence (some of the bad guys are serious villains) but it’s not overkill and it does follow from the plot. So if you’re too faint of stomach, skip those passages; but you’ll miss some really exciting plot points. “High Moor 2: Moonstruck” is a non-stop thrill from beginning to end. If you haven’t encountered Graeme Reynolds yet, get out there and pick up both in this series, and fast.
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