Books, novella, Uncategorized, Young Adult

Faith And Moonlight by Mark Gelineau and Joe King

Goodreads Synposis: Roan and Kay are orphans.

A fire destroys their old life, but they have one chance to enter the School of Faith.

They are given one month to pass the entry trials, but as Roan excels and Kay fails, their devotion to each other is put to the test.

They swore they would face everything together, but when the stakes are losing the life they’ve always dreamed of, what will they do to stay together?

What won’t they do?

Commentary: I recieved this ebook copy via NetGalley

What drew me to this book was the cover and the synopsis. I really wasn’t expecting Faith and Moonlight to be so short!

The writing style was not my favorite. Even though this book was less than a 100 pages, I found myself having a hard time to finish it. I also should have read the previous books, that was my fault. This book is supposed to be a prequel to the other books in the series.

The story started immediately, and I thought the protagonists were okay. Initially, I thought they were much older, but they are fourteen years old. Roan and Kay had gone through a lot since the fire. I liked Kay a bit more than Roan, she was more developed.  I did like their friendship and how both of them were willing to sacrifice their happiness. I can see Roan and Kay develop feelings for each other in the far future. Faith and Moonlight does not focus on romance, but rather friendship and hard work.

Overall, the story didn’t get really interesting near the ending! When I got to the end of the book, I felt a little cheated just because it ended once it was the story was starting to get somewhere good. The story itself felt incomplete. rolls eyes.gif

I have to wait for the sequel just to know what will happen next. And hopefully the sequel doesn’t end like this one did.

Final Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️

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