Prophecy Moon

Rated 4.00/5 based on 3 reviews
Loner Travis O'Conner becomes the unwilling champion of a mysterious seer who plunges him into another dimension. His only guide—a deck of Tarot cards in her possession.

He falls in love with a woman who may not be his ally, while battling wizards intent on destroying him. Must Travis lose his love in order to save his world?

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Words: 55,590
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452318592
About Laura Eno

Laura Eno lives in Florida with three skulking cats and two absurdly happy dogs. After spending years immersed in English literature courses, she now writes novels late at night with the help of muses from the underworld.

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Review by: Carol on April 16, 2011 :
A brisk paced fantasy with a romance thrown in. Because the author throws the reader right into the action, it takes a while to assimilate what is going on. Lots of good elements with a flow that needs some work.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Cathy Olliffe-Webster on March 20, 2011 : (no rating)
Prophecy Moon is a new world corset buster, a sci-fi-ish adventure with a romantic soul. The main character, Travis, is a flawed hero who finds himself in way above his head with a goal that seems impossible until he realizes his own power in the universe. His love interest is a soldier with more confidence, more everything than he has, with natural leadership traits as well as a truly gorgeous outward facade.
This story grabs you from the get-go and doesn't let up. The action moves the plot along fast and builds steam until the last quarter when everything moves like lightning – the closer I got to the end, the less I was able to put the book down.
I'd recommend it to anyone who loves to peek into other worlds; who enjoy the rapid heartbeat brought on by a passionate love affair; and who can't wait to find out what happens next.
Laura Eno is a rising star in the novel-writing business and I'm sure we'll be hearing plenty more from her in years to come.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Icy Sedgwick on Oct. 03, 2010 :
This is a fine debut for a talented writer, maintaining a consistent pace and even tone. With no preamble, Eno throws us straight into the adventure. Prophecy Moon is an easy read, ticking the boxes of the fantasy check list. Travis is the brave hero who not only has to learn to use a myriad of magickal abilities, but he also has to learn how to love, which is arguably a harder challenge. Elessa is the feisty hunter who captures his heart, while a cast of strong characters fleshes out the plot with their neuroses, abilities and trickery. A story of secrets revealed and mysteries untangled, Propechy Moon grabs your attention and doesn't let go until well after the final showdown. All plot strands are woven together into a cracking adventure yarn that I thoroughly recommend.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: David G Shrock on Sep. 17, 2010 :
Prophecy Moon is a fun fantasy. With the aid of a seer and a portal, the story sends us right into the meat of the problem and continues at a near constant pace. We don't see much of the initial location, but we learn about Travis's home during his adventure. Magic and creatures aren't the main feature. This story is about the people, their relationships, and their history. Except for a few awkward POV issues, the story reads smooth, maybe quick for some.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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