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Mulan meets Sarah J. Maas in this thrilling tale filled with celestial magic, death-defying adventure, and enduring friendships. More
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About Claire Luana

USA Today Bestselling author Claire Luana grew up in Seattle reading everything she could get her hands on and writing every chance she could. Eventually, adulthood won out, and she turned her writing talents to more scholarly pursuits, going to work as a commercial litigation attorney.

While continuing to practice law, Claire decided to return to her roots and try her hand once again at creative writing. She has written and published four fantasy series: the Moonburner Cycle, the Confectioner Chronicles, the Knights of Caerleon, co-written with Jesikah Sundin, and The Faerie Race trilogy, co-written with J.A. Armitage. She is currently writing a new urban fantasy serial series called the Mythical Alliance.

She lives in Seattle, Washington with her husband and two dogs. In her (little) remaining spare time, she loves to hike, travel, binge-watch CW shows, and of course, fall into a good book.

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About the Series: The Moonburner Cycle
Mulan meets Sarah J. Maas in these four thrilling tales filled with celestial magic, death-defying adventure, and enduring romance.
Read the series readers are calling:

-"Fantastic Fantasy read, Addictive Trilogy."
-"Epic, this series is beyond Epic!"
"I absolutely loved this series, the characters are well thought out and relatable, the burners world is wonderfully imaginative and there are just enough plot twists to keep you glued to your book."
"[A] heart pounding, heart shattering ride, that will have you glued to the pages and in tears when it ends."
"What a superb series this has been, and this story was a fitting ending to what has become one of my favourite series, ever!"
"This series is like coming home."

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Reviews of Moonburner by Claire Luana

Clinton A. Seeber reviewed on May 12, 2022

This is a fantasy story where female mages dubbed "moonburners" are at war with male mages dubbed "sunburners". The basis of the story is pretty cool, and there is a lot to like here. I just couldn't get into the story as much as I really wanted to. Overall, I think that the author displays average wordsmithing and writing skills. I don't think the character dialog, which is like modern day American dialog, makes much sense in this case. I am "on the fence" (so to speak) as to whether I will choose to read more of this author's work.
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