Title: Scarlet Moon
Series: Children of the Blood Moon book 1
Author: S. D. Grimm
Genre: Sci Fi & Fantasy, Teens & YA
Publisher: Gilead Publishing
Publication Date: October 21, 2016
Received: via Netgalley with Publisher
Destiny can pick someone else.
Evil is slipping through the cracks of its prison, and all Soleden trembles in its wake. Yet some would harness that evil to their own ends, and first among them is Idla, the sorceress queen bent on distorting the world.
Only one can stand in her way: Jayden. Upon realizing her mark as the prophesied Deliverer, Jayden conceals herself from her enemies and her Feravolk countrymen. But after the harm the Feravolk caused to her family, she’s loath to rescue the not-so-innocent.
Hiding her mark was never easy, but now that Jayden knows both Queen Idla and the Feravolk are after her, hiding her gift of the Blood Moon will be impossible.
***I would like to thank Netgalley and Gilead Publishing for providing me with “Scarlet Moon” for free, in exchange for a honest review***
This is in third person point of view and jumps around to different characters throughout the story. I personally don’t enjoy that when reading. The story line is enjoyable; we are seeing people that are marked hunted and finding why. It has loads of action and fantasy in it. The story line is catching. Making you want to know what happens and drawing you in for more. I got halfway through before I couldn’t read anymore. The jumping around got to me. I enjoyed the idea of the story and all the characters are well thought out. If you can handle the jumping around to characters, enjoy fantasy and action, you should give it a try.