Reviews of Blue Moon Café Series: Where Shifters Meet for Drinks

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In a city where two shifter clans reside, the Mayor is struggling to maintain peace while keeping the population safe. Through a series of short stories, we discover what happens when intruders appear, humans get turned, the Mayor's reputation is at stake, an invasion is planned, and not everything is what it seems.

Reviews

llyramoon reviewed on June 17, 2013

I liked this collection of short stories that are interconnected. I don't mind short stories and sometimes prefer them to a drawn out novel. If you like paranormal short stories involving shape shifters then I'd recommend this collection. If you don't like short stories then pick up a novel.

As a side note, if this author wanted to continue to make a novel based on this world (not a remake of this collection), I'd read it!

Received this from LibraryThing.com member giveaway.
(reviewed 5 months after purchase)
Emily L. Moir reviewed on May 23, 2013

I found this compilation interesting. It takes on a new look at shifters in the sense that just about every animal out there can be shifted into. Each animal grouping has their own clan. Naturally, the clans clash.

I like how each story addresses separate characters, but as the compilation continues, each set of characters begins to tie into each other. It really helps create a sense of how the town operates.

The first story in the compilation is a bit silly, but even that ties into how the story of the town progresses.

Overall, it was a fun read for those who like supernatural stories.
(reviewed 5 months after purchase)
Stephen Merritt reviewed on April 7, 2013

This book is a collection of short stories all related by the same setting and local drinking establishment, the Blue Moon Café. The stories tell about the supernatural species of vampires, werewolves, were-eagles, and even a few wererats in one story. They are all trying to live and keep themselves a secret from the "normal" population.
Fighting against their genetic dispositions both to each other and the population.
Very good collection of stories. Hard to follow here and there so not a 5 star book, but a very good read.
(reviewed 72 days after purchase)