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Blood Moon By Alyxandra Harvey - FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period. When the vampire tribes convene for the rare Blood Moon ceremonies, Solange's fight with her feral nature, a mysterious stranger, family secrets and forbidden. ALYXANDRA HARVEY is the author of Stolen Away, Haunting Violet, and the Drake Chronicles. When not writing, she is a belly dancer and jewelry-maker.
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Blood Moon (Drake Chronicles, #5) by Alyxandra Harvey
Although I really enjoyed the previous books with the all the Drakes and their love interests, I loved coming back to Lucy and Nicholas' points of views in Blood Moon - they're the ones I fell in love with!
Especially as we, as the readers, don't have to see the repetitive nature of fa This Drake Chronicle has blood moon alyxandra harvey a complete since the last book. Especially as we, as the readers, don't have to see the repetitive nature of falling for a Drake vampire, the romance in this blood moon alyxandra harvey is just building on what already existed which is a really nice change.
There is a whole lot more viscous blood sucking to say the least. I don't want to give blood moon alyxandra harvey much away because if you've read the previous books and haven't read this yet then the feel of the book is actually a pleasant surprise. If you haven't read any of the Drake Chronicles then.
I'm sorry, I didn't mean to send you away! Come back five books later!
So, the atmosphere is awesome. The plot was also awesome but only when I finally remembered what had happened in the last book, I was seriously lost in the beginning of Blood Moon but once I remembered - finally - and got blood moon alyxandra harvey it The story line is so unpredictable and although it was a little weird jumping between the points of views blood moon alyxandra harvey Nicholas, Lucy and Solange and my itty bitty brain couldn't handle the sort of jumps between sub plots at first, it was okay.
I got it in the end. I feel I became disconnected from the other characters whose POV I wasn't reading if they weren't interacting and I found myself completely forgetting what's been happening with some of the characters that were prominent in previous books, even down to forgetting whose dating who, with no reminders as we have very little interaction with them in this one.
And in the last blood moon alyxandra harvey, Bleeding Hearts, Christabel gets turned into a vampire, I would have liked to see how she was dealing with this but we only get a couple of glimpses of her. It's kind of like reading different books that just surround a similar theme, not a series.
While I usually love reading books written from two or three POV's, I feel in this series, because there are so many blood moon alyxandra harvey important characters in the Drake family, a third person narrative would have been more effective.
Another thing, personally for me, I feel there are just too many characters, tribes and rituals and I was just completely losing track of who and what everything was.
Some of these characters we get very little insight into throughout the series and when they're name popped up, I was like "who's that? Maybe a re-read of the entire series after the release of the last book will change my opinion.
I still really enjoyed Lucy blood moon alyxandra harvey Nicholas in this one, though I would have preferred more interaction between the two.
Most of the blood moon alyxandra harvey they were apart as Lucy is now attending the Helios Ra school. Lucy is a really great character and my favourite from this series.
I think if it wasn't for Lucy sarcastic attitude, this book would have been worse. I really didn't like Solange is this though. Having had little interaction from her since the first book, it was hard to see how downhill her character had gone. She is suffering blood moon alyxandra harvey bloodlust along with a lot of other problems but won't go to her family for help, even when she realises how serious it could be.