Review: Moonlands by Steven Saville

Posted April 19, 2015 in review / 0 Comments

Review: Moonlands by Steven SavilleMoonlands by Steven Savile
Published by Crossroad Press on March 15th 2013
Genres: Young Adult, Fantasy
Format: eARC
Pages: 280
Source: NetGalley
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Fifteen-year-old Ashley has a complicated life. There’s no doubt her overachieving parents love her, but they are wrapped up in their own worlds for so much of the time it leaves her feeling like she’s alone.
Like a lot of teenagers, Ashley dreams of other worlds, but unlike a lot of teenagers her world is about to collapse as rifts to an ancient Fae Kingdom begin to open all around her. With the arrival of of a supernatural hit-squad intent on killing her, and an unexpected inheritance, Ashley’s London is about to become a magical and mysterious warzone where the prize is Ashley herself.
Ashley has to find out the secrets of her own life before she is killed. Balancing ancient prophecies, schoolwork and the love of her life is difficult to say the least! Take part of the wonderful world of Moonlands.

I received this book for free from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

Someone please remind me to automaticaly review a book after I read it, no matter how lazy I am because it is even worse when I completely forgot about it sigh. But anyway, I received this book from NetGalley, in exchange of an honest review.

Do you like werewolves? Or evil guys getting a chance at redemption? Paranormal creatures? Crazy king? If it’s yes to all of that, then this book is totally for you. Ashley, well, she was a normal teenage girl, wanting all the things normal girls want; boys, dates, kisses. Until her life actually unravels before her very eyes when she realise that she was actually a princess. And no, it’s not as happy as it sounds. Because she has a crazy father who was hell bent on having her killed, so that he could hold on to the throne. Interested? You should be!

I totally judged the book by its cover (since it was so cartoonish, so I am so very sorry) and started off the book badly. But a few pages in and I was totally enraptured. Ashley had her faults, and that was what made her unique. She was headstrong at quite a young age, and I adored her character. And then there was the werewolf. I had to admit that I hated him at first HAHAHA. But that was expected, wasn’t it? Sometimes having a chance at redemption for bad guys are way cooler than typical heroes.

THAT ENDING THOUGH. In a good way. There has to be a second book, right?! There has to…..

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