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Book Review for “Wake the Moon”

Here we are again on the Tales of Ever After blog tour. Today, I will be sharing a little review about Annie Louise Twitchell’s “Wake the Moon.”

14095754_1577656472539579_3144586480881309648_nAbout Annie:

Annie Louise Twitchell is a homeschool graduate who is obsessed with dragons and fairy tales. She enjoys reading, writing, poetry, and many forms of art. When she’s not writing, she can often be found reading out loud to her cat, rabbit, and houseplants or wandering barefoot in the area around her Western Maine home. Learn more about Annie!

 

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“Wake the Moon” was a story that surprised me. From the very first moment, the intensity of the story pulled me right in. How could you not be sucked in by such lines as

“The silence bound her there in the forest, behind the endless lines of marching trees, behind the shadows. The silence was her captor.”

And the surprises don’t end there. What began as a thrilling Native American-themed fairy tale retelling about a sleeping maiden turned into a powerful message of forgiveness and redemption. The message of the story is what really spoke to me. I loved the characters, as well. Jesse, Lunessa, Sue…they’re all endearing and realistic, but its the message of forgiveness that truly touched my heart. Such a rich, compelling, and thrilling little story. You’re sure to love it, too!

To see what other exciting posts are scheduled for today, visit Kendra’s blog.

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Also, be sure to comment on all the blog posts this week. The person who comments the most times will win a small collection of sneak peeks to some of the authors upcoming works!

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