Review: The Full Moon

The Full Moon
The Full Moon by David Neth

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

This is the first work I’ve read/listen from this author, who kindly gifted me his story.
My curiosity for Urban Fantasy, Paranormal, Magical Romance 🙂 led me to this very honest review. Bare with me. I haven’t read that much Urban Fantasy but the setting appealed to me,
an interesting premise. I was very curious.
First, it was funny to listen to a male narrator tell a story through the perspective of a female lead character. The first chapters kept my attention, I liked the interaction in the book.
The way the characters were described along with the story line, was satisfying and kept me engaged.

Although I had some questions…

How the hell the dumbest Witch learns the best spells? Lucky girl!
Fantasy, right? Really! 🙂
How was she not suspicious?
Was it so easy to believe that Lawyer?
So many warnings… (I’m shaking my head 🙂 …)

At the beginning Kathy had questions but after some blurry visions, powerful spells, adding her sad dull life to the mix, she gets completely deeply involved. Magic!
I don’t think she would last long with all those attacks without Will’s help, spell, whatever that was, but very lucky Witch indeed!

I was very apprehensive with Will, something was wrong.

Another question… Freeze and tele(trans)porting would solve many issues if you remember you have powerful magic… they were struggling with money, Mind and Time magic would do the trick.
Seemed a little childish at times but well, who doesn’t want to be a kid again?

Then two sisters break their relationship because of a Dark Knight… bad boy, Will…
Someone they don’t know at all and sisters, Sisters! Know each other since they were born, same blood, lots of love, family? Besides they are Witches! Huh I didn’t feel the warmth… maybe because they were magical and were hiding from the “normal”… but where was the emotion, the feelings?

By now it seems the story goes full speed, however I like the way the action and the different scenarios blend. Until everybody wants to kill everybody 🙂
And no ones goes to work anymore 🙂

It was fun! I’ve enjoyed this read, I think it will keep evolving!

Thank you David!
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