Midnight Moon

Midnight Moon None

  • Title: Midnight Moon
  • Author: Melody Anne
  • ISBN: 9780615647203
  • Page: 188
  • Format: Paperback
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    1 thought on “Midnight Moon”

    1. This one seemed to drag on. I may take a break and come back to the series although I love the characters and I do want to know what happens.I think a break is needed.

    2. I had a lot of mixed feelings about this book. In the first book, when Phoenix and Sadie got in the way when they wanted to help I would be like "ok I get why you did it but don't do it again". In this book, it got a little too much. For me it was a little confusing because at one point they would be like "Hey we girls are just as tough as you" then in the next they would be like "dude we girls aren't like you, we like to cook and junk". Also there was a lot of dialogue that was a little useless [...]

    3. Alright! So after the first book, I was like Okay, this could get better and turn out pretty good. Especially because of Jayden. I liked him. Hence the Mmmmm category. But the second book not so much. I found myself rolling my eyes more then a few times. Everyone seems to love Phoenix and Saide. But OH MY GOD! Could they get anymore annoying. All they do is tell each other and everyone around them how special they are and how much they love each other, and Oh how they are the best friends ever. [...]

    4. This is book two in the Rise of the Dark Angel series!Phoenix has to comes to terms with the fact that the world isn’t what the humans believed it to be. Jayden, who Phoenix’s fallen in love with, is a Dark Angel. Jayden fell from the light. Jayden the decided to followed the evil Vyco through the darkest of places.Phoenix, Jayden along with Phoenix's best friend, Sadie, and their other friends and family have enough of hiding in the dark. The humans want their world back and are willing do [...]

    5. I really liked this book and the series over all so far. The only reason I did not give it a 4 star is because it just tended to drag more places than one. In the beginning I thought the writer was going somewhere with it, especially in the many, many, many times she flashes back (even more on Phoenix POV) I get it. The world is different now, no need to go into every other paragraph especially with the detail the writer seems to go on and on and on aboutComing off my soap box. I am enjoying the [...]

    6. OMG where do you start, there was so much happening in this book that you really had to keep up, all our characters have things going on. I found myself slightly irritated by Phoenix when Jayden left, heartbreak is hard but to allow Devon in peeved me but like any romance you need the angst to know where your heart really lies. There is a lot to fight for in this book and I know even with the ending the next book will give more of everything. It still has cute romantic moments but not enough for [...]

    7. Action Packed Second BookWow, for me this series is just getting better. Right from the first chapter we are thrown head first into a book that is hard to put down. Evil Jessica makes another disgusting appearance, but you have to have the bad in this book. We have all the characters from the first book, plus some new ones. Devon plays a big role in Phoenix's world while Jayden is away.The realities of this war torn world is shown to us as, our prime players make their way across country to clai [...]

    8. This one is just as bad as the first book. Everyone adores Phoenix for some reason and they feel the need to tell her what a special little snowflake she is and how brave she is. Huh? She's not brave; she cowers in fear and makes ridiculously asinine decisions. The characters all just have to tell each other how much they love and can't live without one another. And they still speak in mini soliloquies. I thought that book 2 would have been better. Guess not.

    9. I can't wait for the other book to come out, when I first started reading it I was a bit skeptical but once you get into it wow, indeed it makes you enjoy it and even feel sorry for some characters, I can't wait for the next book to come out, please hurry I've been waiting for it like forever I read it last year (2013) and now we are in 2014 and she haven't announce anything about releasing the last book for this series :( . I really recommended it.

    10. This a great storyline and a good readI'm hooked!! I'm so thrilled with this new author and am so looking forward to reading more of her work. Now on to the third book and I'm assuming the conclusion to this series!!

    11. Not as good as book oneNot as good as book oneEasy read. Second book in the series. This book was a little drawn out. Middle school girls would likely enjoy this book.

    12. I really wanted to like this series. I read the first book and gave this one a chance but the bottom line is, it's not very well written. The concept is there, even some of the characters are likeable but it's let down by the writing and bad editing! I can't be bothered with the third book

    13. Great bookthis book is just as good as the first. can't wait to start the next one. these books really make you think about your future and your faith.

    14. I always imagine what it would be like to be in this world. Where everything is gone. Their positive attitudes would be hard to keep!

    15. I really enjoyed the second installment of this series! It was well written and the pace did not feel rushed. Keeps your interest. Not a hot read but a good paranormal series.

    16. A good trilogy, very depressing at times, but when isn't war depressing. Jayden and Phoenix were great characters, I'm reading the 3rd book now, and hope there will be more.

    17. I love melody Anne's books but am really struggled with this book.Like the first I nearly gave up but glad I persevered. It's a good story.

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