Luna's Children: Stranger Worlds
|Rating||:||4.78 (579 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||402 Pages|
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Love it! Akera Just like with the other Luna's Children, this book has quickly climbed to one of my all time favs. It's dark and scary, exactly what I love to read. Some are also gory but that doesn't bother me at all. What makes me happy is that, each story is a different length; some are short and some are pretty long so they te. A Fantastic Journey into a Stranger World! Aram I really enjoyed this anthology of werewolf short stories. There are many different stories brought into one book and I was impressed with how many of the authors were able to bringvery different ideas and themes about werewolves. This may sound strange because it was all about werewolves but there were ones from En. "Even the moon enjoyed this anthology! ;-)" according to Jonathan Minion Bolder. A thoroughly enjoyable set of stories. Each had a distinct and well written form of Lycanthropy. I recommend this for anyone with an interest in were's!