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Mar 19, Sarah rated it really liked it Recommends it for: I really, really liked this book. I could just read three of them straight through. Goddess Of The Night: I liked this one enough to make me read the others, but I didn't like Vanessa so much. Plus, I didn't like Michael Saratoga just didn't see the appeal and I didn't understan I really, really liked this book.

Plus, I didn't like Michael Saratoga just didn't see the appeal and I didn't understand why Vanessa would want to be friends with Morgan. I liked Catty, Serena, Jimena, the plot, and the writing though, so I kept reading. I'm glad I did.

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But, Vanessa herself may be a big part of why I knocked a star of my rating for this book. Into The Cold Fire: I liked this book better than the previous one.

I relate most to Serena, I think, so it was easy for me to put myself in her shoes. Plus, I would love to dye my hair crayola red. This book was the most creepy of the three, because the bit with the Atrox erasing any memory Serena had that would interfere with their plan was just creepy cool. Although I hated Stanton in the first book, I really liked him in this one. I genuinely believe he loves Serena, and that she'll get him to turn against the Atrox eventually.

Night Shade: Although I relate to Serena most, this book was my favorite.

The concept of Jimena's former boyfriend the supposed love of her life coming back from the dead was brilliant, Tarterus under the park was cool, and Cassandra was just plain scary. My main problem, now, is that I'm torn.

I love Veto and Collin. But, I might just love Collin more. The interactions between Jimena and Collin were my favorite part of the book possibly the whole volume. I apologize for the fairly unhelpful review, I guess I'm not in a very helpful state at the moment. But, this volume is definitely a good read. It's fast, and a fairly easy read, but full of action and very interesting.

If you like paranormal YA, old legends, and some romance-y sub-plots, than I definitely recommend this one. It won't take you long, and it's a really good read. My only problem now is getting my hands on the next book. Anyone know where I could find myself a copy of "The Secret Scroll"? Jul 10, Fran rated it it was ok Shelves: I had a couple of issues with these stories: I kept thinking the girls were 17 or 19, which would have made what they were doing not the paranormal stuff, but the "regular" stuff like traipsing about LA more believable.

I'm not sure if it would have been as noticeable if I read each book individually, but it was very noticeable in the bind-up. The author depicts the main female characters as using this ploy solely for the purpose of attracting guys.

In general, I feel like the characters are over sexualized yet there is no more than kissing and with no thought process other than it makes them feel special because guys dig it. Sadly, this is one of those story lines where I'm interested enough in the concept to want to see how it plays out but not terribly interested in the characters or the actual novels.

I think a reviewer who was very interested in analyzing the text would have a lot more to say about how wrong some of the themes are for this age group, etc. I just don't feel like bothering. Meh all around. Jan 02, Mary Lee rated it really liked it.

Daughters of the Moon is a rather long series, and this book is made up of the first three books. The four characters are friends, so all of them are present in each book. These characters go through the discovery of their true fate a typical good versus evil plot , and they learn Daughters of the Moon is a rather long series, and this book is made up of the first three books. These characters go through the discovery of their true fate a typical good versus evil plot , and they learn how to have full control over their individual powers along the way.

Each one has a specific talent not shared by the others. Vanessa can become invisible, Catty can travel back and forth in time 24 hour limit , Serena can see into the minds of others, and Jimena has premonitions of the future which cannot be altered. For a reader who simply enjoys reading a good story versus something with heavy content or deep meaning, this is a book for you. Jul 15, Zixuan rated it liked it Shelves: Rating this book was kinda hard since there were three books bound together all in one.

So I took the average of stars I gave to each individual book and rounded it accordingly. Book 1: Goddess of the Night, 3 Stars Book 2: Into the Cold Fire, 4 Stars Book 3: Night Shade, 3 Stars This book is good for readers who like an easy, a magical, and romantic read at time when they're bored. The battle scenes in the book when the daughters fa Rating this book was kinda hard since there were three books bound together all in one.

The battle scenes in the book when the daughters face the Atrox weren't exceptionally good, for people would like descriptive and exciting battle scenes. And overall, the plots in each of the stories were far too predictable. I could basically guess what's going to happen next.

The romance shown in each of the books is okay, and my favorite is probably between Serena and Stanton in Book 2 thus, the 4 stars! If you want to read something for fun, and you have the time, this book is for you.

If you're looking for something more serious and darker, try something else. Why was this not text-to-speech enabled? Maybe others don't find this to be a problem but I find I really need this feature to help me stay in the story beyond eye-strain.

The first book drew me in, in spite of my eyes. It was well written and characters well developed. But progressively through the three books the editing failed.

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In places, that lack of editing became very distracting and confusing as there were empty pages and continuity errors. Even still the story kept me interested. Now I real Why was this not text-to-speech enabled? Now I really show my age Well, I guess there wouldn't be a story if there were actual parental units in their lives. I'm sure young girls eat this stuff up. I will pass with the rest of the series, especially without text-to-speech.

And I was hooked. Now I cannot wait to read the rest of the books. I believe there are ten more. The author is heavily influenced by mythology. The first three introduces the four daughters of the moon: Vanessa, Catty, Serena and Jimena. They seem like regular LA teenagers into boys, books, clothes but they all are about to embark on a life changing journey This has the first three books in the Daughters of The Moon series by Lynne Ewing.

They seem like regular LA teenagers into boys, books, clothes but they all are about to embark on a life changing journey and face that they are very different in many other ways.

This book is completely intriguing and I read the eight hundred some pages in four days but I do have to take a bus and a train so I found the time. Apr 06, Sam rated it really liked it. There was the first three books of this series in this one book.

It is slightly more for a younger readers but I enjoyed the books. I really like the characters. There are four main girls who have powers given to them by Selene. She is the God who runs the moon across the sky following the sun so the moon can then reflect the suns rays.

She falls in love with a mortal and leaves the moon. That is why we have no moon for three days every month. Zeus punishes her but her love for the mortal is too There was the first three books of this series in this one book.

Zeus punishes her but her love for the mortal is too strong. These daughters of the moon are the result of their love!

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I hope that the fourth girl, Catty will have her story revealed in the fourth book. The other girls are Serena, Jimena, and Vanessa. Jan 23, Jule Hack rated it really liked it Shelves: Includes "Goddess of the night", "Into the cold fire" and "Night Shade": Four girls, four powers, one evil.

But that's the biggest secret in her life. By meeting Jimena and Serena, she and her best friend Catty discover that they are more then just girls: Everyone of them has a special power like Invisibility, Mind reading, Travelling back in time and Premonitions.

But with they're powers comes a duty. They have to fight the ancient evil Includes "Goddess of the night", "Into the cold fire" and "Night Shade": They have to fight the ancient evil called the Atrox that wants to destroy the goddesses. Can the four of them fight it even when they're love's in the game?

Great volume one of this fantasy series.

Each character is unique and every decision the girls make are like I thought that girl would make. May 11, Samantha Dawson rated it liked it.

These books get 3 stars because of the myths behind them. But as I read these book s it's just seems so cliche and predictable. Normally I'm all for that; however, lately I have read nothing but YA novels and I'm starting to get bored. I don't like the different points of views either. It does remind me a lot of the anime Sailor Moon. I take pride in rereading books but this will not be a book I visit again for years if not decades too come. If These books get 3 stars because of the myths behind them.

If you are bored and really have nothing better to do then I recommend this book. Other than that I'm glad this book was on clearance or I would have been rather disappointed.

Jul 03, Kristen rated it it was ok. Feb 07, Spring Holbrook rated it it was amazing Shelves: I picked up this omnibus on a whim. Works can belong to more than one series. In some cases, as with Chronicles of Narnia , disagreements about order necessitate the creation of more than one series. If the series has an order, add a number or other descriptor in parenthesis after the series title eg.

By default, it sorts by the number, or alphabetically if there is no number. If you want to force a particular order, use the character to divide the number and the descriptor. So, " 0 prequel " sorts by 0 under the label "prequel. Series was designed to cover groups of books generally understood as such see Wikipedia: Book series.

Like many concepts in the book world, "series" is a somewhat fluid and contested notion. A good rule of thumb is that series have a conventional name and are intentional creations , on the part of the author or publisher. For now, avoid forcing the issue with mere "lists" of works possessing an arbitrary shared characteristic, such as relating to a particular place. Avoid series that cross authors, unless the authors were or became aware of the series identification eg.

Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works. Home Groups Talk Zeitgeist. However, when she was six, everything changed: her father was jailed, and the family fell into debt. As a teenager she became a drug addict and a member of a girl gang. At the age of 15 she spent eight months in a juvenile detention center after getting into a fight with another gang.

But there were also abusive clients, one of whom beat her so badly that her face was left permanently scarred. Her mother died, plunging Tendo into a depression so deep that she tried to commit suicide. Somehow, Tendo overcame these tough times. A turning point was getting a full-body tattoo with a design centered on a geisha with a dagger in her mouth, an act that empowered her to change her life.

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