Blue Moon, by Alyson Noel

blue-moon-200As this is the sequel to Evermore, I can’t do this review without giving away spoilers for the first book. So, if you haven’t read Evermore and plan to do so, it’s probably best you skip this. On the other hand, I will NOT give out spoilers for this book.

Now that Ever is immortal, Damon is trying to teach her everything she needs to know about her new life. Unfortunately, he gets sick. His powers weaken, and he no longer recognizes Ever. As Ever struggles to find a cure, she begins to suspect the handsome new guy at school, Roman, is somehow behind all this.

As with the first book, this was fun, fast, and un-put-downable. Totally a candy read, but I really love Noel’s characters! The sequel actually lived up to the original, and I can’t wait to read the next one when it comes out. I want to learn more about the creepy twins, and to find out what’s up with Ava. I want to see everything worked out and settled. Okay, being vague and unspoilery is no fun…

Well, I can’t say much. If you didn’t like the first book, you probably won’t like this one, but if you liked the first one, this one does a good job continuing in the same vein. Horrible review, I know. I do really bad at reviewing sequels; I always have.

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