Delos - reviewed Biting the Moon (Andi Oliver, Bk 1) on
Not everyone will like this, and it is definitely different from her other series of English murder mysteries. It is haunting, though, and some of the characters will really draw you in. Definitely for when you're in the mood to enjoy a quietly dark mystery.
Definetly not the usual grimes, as a matter of fact the ONLY Grimes I have liked. This is a very diferent, dark story that has you following two teenage girls one of which has lost her memory and is following her own trail so to speak. This story has a lot of twists and turns and keeps you interested and even pulling for the spirited (but not angst ridden like so many teenage characters) main character. Great read, but not for the sensitive.
This book tells a unique mystery story. I enjoyed the two strong female characters. Their concern of both wild and domestic animals and how they rescued them was of interest to me. I look forward to reading the sequel.
She didn't know who she was-or where she came from. But one morning she awoke in a strange bed and breakfast with a message that her 'daddy' would soon return from Santa Fe. Fearing the worst, this nameless young woman disappeared into the wilderness. She christened herself Andi Oliver, from the initials o her packpack, and lived in the mountains, utterly alone. Until she met Mary Dark Hope, a girl who shared her lonliness and confusion. Together, they vowed to track down the one person who held the key to Andi's identity -- the stranger who abducted her.