Book Reviews of Demon Moon (Guardians, Bk 2)

Demon Moon (Guardians, Bk 2)
Demon Moon - Guardians, Bk 2
Author: Meljean Brook
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ISBN-13: 9780425215760
ISBN-10: 0425215768
Publication Date: 6/5/2007
Pages: 470
  • Currently 3.4/5 Stars.

3.4 stars, based on 62 ratings
Publisher: Berkley
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 4
Demon Moon is the fourth book in Meljean Brook's âGuardian Series.â This is Colin Ames-Beaumont and Savitri Murray's story. Both were in the previous book, Demon Angel, and their story begins about seven months after that. Colin is a vampire who was turned over two centuries ago by nosferatu blood. He is unlike other vampires because his blood is tainted. He is also cursed by seeing Chaos in mirrors. A younger son of an Earl, he relied on his charm and good looks to be received in society and maintain his extravagant lifestyle. Savi is a human and Hugh's âadoptedâ sister. She is extremely intelligent and is a genius with electronics. She created the video game âDemonSlayerâ and is financially set for life. Something happened between her in Colin while they were in Caelum and since then, neither she nor Colin has been the same.

The best thing about this book was Colin and Savi and their love for each other. I just loved everything about Savi; her everlasting curiosity, her ability to forgive easily, her extreme intelligence and her loyalty towards others. Colin just absolutely worships the ground Savi walks on. He realizes how wonderful she is and it's great to see him express to her how much he loves her. I loved his protectiveness towards her and the lengths he was willing to sacrifice to make her happy. They have a long, difficult journey to reach their âHappily Ever Afterâ and it seems as if the odds are insurmountable, but they do make it.

Demon Moon's story was less confusing than Demon Angel, but I still have an issue with it. I noticed that Brook's writing starts out a bit cryptic and you feel as if you have the information, but you are missing a few key details. This leads to uncertainty of your reading comprehension and more questions. Then, as you continue reading, you realize your questions get answered. It's sort of like starting out with the puzzle finished except with a few of the pieces missing. Then, as you continue reading, the gaps are filled in. Once I noticed this, I found myself rereading less frequently.

I really did enjoy this story and I look forward to reading Demon Night, the next book in the series.

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Not as good as the first one in my opinion.