Moon is a story about knowing ones self and accepting yourself for who you are. In the end we control our destiny, we have the power within ourselves to be all we can be; we just have to learn to guide this source and not let it guide us.
Jon Childes has created a new life for himself on an Island off the coast of England. His dark secrets from the past are shared only with his new girlfriend as he tries to create a safe haven for himself and forget the events from the previous year. This is not to be so, Jon has a certain power that has surfaced once again, and it brings evil, which threatens everyone Jon has become close to.
James Herbert's writing is sleek and fast; his prose at times seems less than refined but in the end his command of the English language surfaces and shines through.
This is a great book and I highly recommend it.
The boy was laid on the grass beside the pit where the night breeze ruffled his hair, blowing wisps across his pale, unlined forehead. His clothes were cut free and pulled aside so that the body was naked to the night, white marble in color and stillness. Metal glinted in the moonlight, plunging downward . . .
You like to be the last on awake (or alive) on your block?
horror story involving reluctant psychic. not too bad.