Moon Struck Review

Moon Struck by Ben Alderson and Danielle Rose

Thank you to Ben and Danielle for sending me an arc of this book in exchange for an honest review!

Anyone who follows me/knows me is aware that I adored Crimson Bite. Moon Struck, however, topped Crimson Bite in every way a sequel should. The development of the characters, the pace of the plots, the twists – one in particular – and the shifts all added up to Moon Struck being the standard of sequel every author should strive to create.

My hatred of George’s mother deepened with every scene in which she appeared. Ugh, I’ve never hated a character so much in my life. She is vicious, selfish, menacingly calm and emotionally manipulating.

Again, the worldbuilding was fantastic, and everything started to tie in with everything else. I haven’t enjoyed a world this much since I read Harry Potter. If it wasn’t for the fact that I would die instantly, I would love to live in Hillcrest.

I really liked how the friendships in this book were explored and pushed to their limits in such an authentic way. You know how sometimes you’ll read a book and the friendships are either underdeveloped or unrealistic? That is not this book.

This series is quickly becoming one of my all-time favourites.

If you are debating reading it, stop it. Buy the books, read the books, review the books, and tell everyone you come into contact with to do the same.

My excitement for Hex Bound is growing every single day.

Rating: 99%