Daughters of the Moon: Possession - Book #8 Hardcover – Sep 2 2002
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This book's plot idea in general-good.
The way it was carries out-*cringe*.
Romantic angst is fine is small doses, but two whole books about it in the same series about the same couple is WAY too much. The plot seemed to serve one purpose make Serena even more confused about her feeling about Stanton and bring her closer to her dark side. There was no other purpose. the plot wasn't even what held the book together. It was the romantic angst between Stanton and Serena.
I like Stanton, but if I have to read another book like this I may just give up and start banging my head against the wall and give up. Basically Serena and Stanton's love life is like a bad version of Romeo and Juliet-if you want feuds watch "West Side Story" it's about three thousand times better.
Another problem was everything was so freakin' obvious when it came to the plot-ever heard of subtly. All the other Daughters' relationships are second to the plot and that's how it's suppose to be unless you're writing a romance novel then it IS the plot. But this is a grievance.
We already had a book dealing with romantic angst between the two: It was "The Sacrifice" remember and it was better! Much better!
But reading this book was a bit like plucking out my arm hairs one by one. I actually paid attention in math class (not that it helped) instead of reading this book which was a first.
Here is my thoughts on the series so far: the second rotation through the DoTM was no where near as good as the first. I hope if we go through a third that it's better.
Most recent customer reviews
I like the way the book starts out with the prologue back in time. Then Serena runs into a homeless old lady (she thinks) and the book takes off from there. Read morePublished on July 5 2004 by dreamer
I love daughters of the moon. i think these books r the books i ever read. pleaz hurry and finish writing all the books, my favorite goddess r Jimena and Serena. Read morePublished on June 25 2004
This book was amazing. It's definately my favorite. Serena is my favorite character in the series, probably because I feel I can identify with her. Read morePublished on April 9 2004 by Kya
i read the frist in the summer of june 2003 and finished all of them in augest but did i make a mistake i cant wait that long for the 11th one to come out theese books are very... Read morePublished on March 31 2004
This book was one of the greatest I have ever read. I love how it combines a whole mish- mash of different genres. I wish Stanton was a real person so I could marry him! Read morePublished on Dec 29 2003 by Amazon Customer
this book was sooooo good. serena is definetly my favorite goddess. i love the romance she and stanton have! im soo happy they can be together. but the ending .... me off... Read morePublished on Nov. 28 2003 by Wendy
I use to love this series but now that i have read almost every book except #6&9 I realize that the way this book is written has too many cliches. Read morePublished on Aug. 15 2003
This is one of her best books. She keeps you on your toes and you can't stop reading it. I have read all of her books and I am rereading them just the same. Read morePublished on March 6 2003
I've got the first seven books in the series and i'm soooo going to buy every book that comes out! I got into the books when someone got me one for christmas. Read morePublished on March 4 2003
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