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  • Luna book one in The Dark Between Series By Rae E

    Luna book one in The Dark Between Series By Rae Else I really liked this book. The main character is named Jess, Jess has had a hard life going in and out of foster care her whole life after being found in a forest as a baby, Pus her mental break downs when she goes wild and hurts people, after which she can't remember a thing about or what she had done. Things get worse when one night her foster sister is killed and the blame is put on her, her world is turn upside down. She's told that she's a (Rem) a shifters who can turn into a white wolf, but would she really kill her sister even as a wolf. She's giving a counselor name (Matto) who is a Rom, he can turn into a black wolf and is in a way her enemy, he says he's going to try and find a way to hlep her, but can she really trust him? There is alot more to the story then meets the eye. Jess finds her self in a new world where she's a Rem she makes friends with (Theo) an Enodians who can control ghosts, (Rune) who is a Vampire and (Astra) a Fae, Together they plan to excape their prison and find her sisters killer.

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  • Engaging read from beginning to end.

    *Spoilers* 'Luna' follows the story of Jess Bradley as she discovers the world of paranormals. A world that she is a part of, but had no idea existed. A world that she discovers as her own world implodes. A few weeks shy of her eighteenth birthday, she is dragged to Triodia Penitentiary, accused of murder, and thrown in a cell to await her trial. The decisions Jess makes throughout the book lead her from situations which are bad, to ones that are worse, in a believable manner reminiscent of a 17-year-olds, sometimes annoying, habit of thinking that they know what's best. Rae Else cleverly weaves the world of the Para's around the reader, showing us through Jess' own discoveries what's important here and what's crucial, and the whole time you're becoming more and more invested in Jess' success. There are also several chapters from a secondary character's viewpoint that were fascinating, and got us a glimpse outside of Jess' limited view from the walls of Triodia Penitentiary. I really enjoyed Matteo's chapters, and hope we see much more of this character in subsequent books. Overall this was a really fun read. Fresh, engaging, and it sucked me in fast. I only intended to read the first chapter this afternoon, and ended up devouring the whole book over several hours. I'll absolutely be purchasing the rest of the series. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • Engaging and suspenseful!

    Reviewed by Liz Konkel for Readers' Favorite Luna by Rae Else is the first book in the Dark Between series. Jess has spent her life in foster care, bouncing from one home to another with various rage blackouts on her record. She deals with her violent tendencies through various means but spends a significant amount of time staying away from people. Then one night everything changes. Suddenly, Jess is thrust into a world of the paranormal where she discovers the source of her rage and that she's been accused of murder. She's facing time in Triodia Penitentiary where she discovers what it means to be para in this new reality, forms an alliance with the other inmates, devises a plan to escape, and uncovers the truth about what really happened that night. Rae Else weaves a paranormal twist into a real-world setting, exploring themes related to anger problems, foster care, juvenile detention, and the baggage people carry. Through the voice of Jess, Else has provided a refreshing twist on the werewolf story and the coming-of-age journey. It's a journey that has some mystery, suspense, action, humor, and discovery which is set against the backdrop of a paranormal penitentiary. The paranormal world has strict rules which are seen up close through the various inmates. Each character adds strength to the world that Else has created and draws you in through them. Else creates a new take on the fairy courts, werewolves, and vampires with elements such as the Changeling Program, the different prejudices, and the issues between the Remus and Romulus clans. A subtle real-world commentary can be seen in this world through characters like Raine who shrugs off her plea of innocence, the prejudices of the Triodia against various para like vampires who they view as a scourge, and the Changeling Program that switches children and works to create better soldiers. Despite the penitentiary background, Jess is given an opportunity to learn how to control what she is and get answers that help her discover who she really is. Luna is engaging, humorous, suspenseful, and emotional, taking one girl from foster care into a paranormal world on a journey of finding herself.

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