Silver Moon (Silver Moon, #1)

Rated 2.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Seventeen-year-old Candra Lowell is shipped off to live with her aunt and uncle to learn how to become a werewolf. Little does she know there's a centuries-long feud brewing between her family and the family of a rival pack. More
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Reviews of Silver Moon (Silver Moon, #1) by Rebecca A. Rogers

paige p reviewed on July 29, 2012

It was confusing and it jumped around a lot I didn't know where I was at and what happened it just needs a little rewording and spell check to make it understandable.
(reviewed 4 days after purchase)
Melissa Ramsey reviewed on April 13, 2012

I really wanted to like this book. I read a lot of books, I love teen books, especially ones with werewolfs or other supernaturals, but this book did not work. First, it made no sense. The main character, Candra is forced to move to her aunt's and uncle's house having no idea she will turn into a werewolf on her 18th birthday. Then things start to happen - a couple brothers start bullying her at school, while their other brother befriends her. It turns out that their family has a longstanding feud with her family because they use black magic and ??? I don't know. It got really confusing, and though Candra is new to all of this, she seemed to know things or make assumptions that as the reader, you just don't see. If she is new to all of this, how come she seems to know so much? It just didn't make sense to me, the plot seemed to jump all over with events escalating and then dying down, then escalating again and I wish I had stopped reading well before the end. I still don't understand what happened.
(reviewed 6 days after purchase)
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