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Two-faced Nitpicker

I'm here just to scope this place out as an alternative to goodreads and as a little bookbank in case I ever bank out of goodreads. (And did I also mention goodreads?)


About me: I'm a pretty lazy reviewer but big on reading so don't expect much reviewing but when reviews come, do beware of endless rambling about everything, including things unimportant like digressing on other unrelated books.


"Battle not with monsters, lest ye become a monster, and if you gaze into the abyss, the abyss gazes also into you"

Claire de Lune - Christine   Johnson Hrrrrrrrng.
I slept for 3 hours after reading the first 50 pages. NOT A GOOD SIGN.

But anyways, I finished the book.
So before starting the book I was feeling all Oh hey, ANOTHER werewolf book. But I was running out of material to read, my other alternative was vampires again and doesn't that make you feel all warm and fuzzy? But I digress.

Claire De Lune is suprisingly refreshing once you finished reading the whole book actually.
I found it rather interesting as all the werewolves were GIRLS. I mean how can you not love that? I liked the fact that Matthew wasn't a jockey jerk, but was a bit upset because Claire does not know how lucky she is to find someone un-ass-y. And their relationship is actually rather amusing to me. It's very I love you, but my mother disapproves of you! and I love you too but my dad thinks your species is an abomination!. Hmmmmm now where did I see that before?

The mystery was, oh, lovely. I never saw that coming! I mean I suspected a COMPLETELY different person. Now I just feeling like smacking my forehead for suspect said person. I also found it surprising that the world is actually aware of such a thing as werewolves. But yet again, they are under the delusion that werewolves are man-eating creatures that should be penned up and cured. My heart went out to Marie when she was taken. And I was mad at claire. Why oh why did she have to keep what she knew a secret? She could have help mommy dearest, silly girl.

So overall this book was fun, albeit a little nap-inducing in the beginning, and I shall be reading Nocturne, the neext book in the series.