Sunday, October 30, 2011

Blood on the Moon by Jennifer Knight

Blood on the Moon by Jennifer Knight    
             Blood on the Moon by Jennifer Knight introduces college freshman Faith Reynolds. She and her long time best friend Derek have decided to go to school in Colorado. Their friendship has become rocky lately, because Derek has decided he doesn't want to be just friends anymore. As she is trying to get through her classes Faith meets a boy named Lucas. He is mysterious, cranky all the time, seemingly can't stand to be around her, and just plain rude. Despite this, there is undeniably something going on between them. When Faith gets between attracts the attention of Lucas’ old rival it brings them together. Lucas devotes his time to keeping Faith safe. What do you get when you add a college love triangle + old rival + a serial killer + and a secret spanning centuries? You get Blood on the Moon by Jennifer Knight. When two worlds collide Faith's life and those of the people closest to her will never be the same.

I am a supernatural romance buff and I loved this book. Especially because there doesn't seem to be too many YA books out there about characters of "college age". I really liked this book and don’t know why it isn’t more popular. Take Twilight and combine it with Underworld and you get the awesome book that is Blood on the Moon. Prepare for one doozy of a cliffhanger that will leave you begging for more. I recommend it to any supernatural romance lover. I give this book a 4 STAR rating.

***Blood on the Moon Extras***

Blood on the Moon is by Jennifer Knight, contains 400 pages, and was published on August 30, 2011 by Running Press Kids. This is book one of what (I think) will be a series.

1 comment:

  1. please make it another book i want to know what happens to Derek . this book had me laughing, crying and not wanting to put it down! it was like twighlight but way better and reminded me of the hunger games which was a best selling series and now a movie . So i too think it should be more popular and i have told all my teachers and friends all over the country to read this book five stars truely amazing. please do wright more books like this make me want to read alot more. i know im only 12 but this book was above my standards i read it in 2 days anyway please right more sincerely kailee giles 12 year old