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An entertaining book of the Tales of Inthya series by Calvin

Review of ‘Daughter of the Moon’ by Effie Calvin

This was an entertaining read. While this isn’t my favorite book of the Tales of Inthya series by Calvin, I love this series as a whole and am completely addicted to it. I can’t believe that this is book 5 already and I hope there are many more to come. This book is tied into book 4, and other past books, so I would not recommend starting here. If this series piques your interest then I would actually suggest that you read book 2, ‘Daughter of the Sun’, first. It is one of the best books in the series and a great way to start it. After that, I would suggest reading books 1, 3, 4 and 5 in that order.

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When I realized who this story was going to be about, I was really excited. I love morally grey characters and this character is on the edge of being morally grey or just plain evil. That’s a big ask Calvin tried to tackle. Could we as readers come to actually care about such a character? I’m impressed to say that it worked on me. Shockingly, I did actually care and I thought the HFN ending was a really great choice.

One issue I did end up having is that I wanted more story. These are not very long books for such an epic fantasy world. This world is incredible and I love that there are new magical beings added every book. My problem is that I felt like things really fast-forwarded in the last third of the book. I just wanted everything to slow down and for Calvin to add maybe another 50 pages and just let us experience things better. Some really important parts happened right near the end, one after another, and I just got a bit of whiplash because it went by so fast.

This book, like most of the books in this series, does have a romance. In this case, it is an opposites-attract romance but the romance itself is very light. It is lighter than I expected but it did work with these characters in my opinion. Once you realize who the star of this book is, her even having the possibility to find love is a bit surprising so I thought this possibility was handled well.

I’m going to keep this on the shorter side since this is a series so it’s hard to mention too much without giving much away. This is a great fantasy series and I’m always so excited to get my hands on another book. This world gets more and more interesting and is so well written that I’ll read these books as long as Calvin keeps writing them. 4 stars.

A copy was given to me for an honest review.

Tales of Inthya series by CalvinTales of Inthya series by Calvin

Daughter of the Moon
Tales of Inthya series by Calvin

This was an entertaining read. While this isn’t my favorite book of the Tales of Inthya series by Calvin, I love this series as a whole and am completely addicted to it. I can’t believe that this is book 5 already and I hope there are many more to come. This book is tied into book 4, and other past books, so I would not recommend starting here. If this series piques your interest then I would actually suggest that you read book 2, 'Daughter of the Sun', first. It is one of the best books in the series and a great way to start it. After that, I would suggest reading books 1, 3, 4 and 5 in that order.

URL: 4 stars, Opposites attract

Author: Effie Calvin

Editor's Rating:
4

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