Thursday, February 10, 2011

Review: Wereling by Steve Feasey

Dark Moon (Wereling, #2)Dark Moon by Steve Feasey

Dark Moon is book two in the Wereling series.

Here is a blurb on the series, from Goodreads:

A few short months ago, Trey Laporte learned the news that would change him forever: He is a werewolf, and the evil vampire Caliban wants him dead. The threat becomes real when Caliban attacks Trey’s mentor, Lucien Charron, and leaves him fighting for his life.

Gwendolin, a wicked sorceress, holds the only key to saving Lucien. Together, Trey and Lucien’s beautiful daughter, Alexa, must enter the Netherworld to defeat her. The pressure for Trey is great—Alexa is counting on him to save her father.

But when Trey and Alexa find themselves trapped and surrounded by demons, can Trey use his werewolf strength to save them both?

Follow Trey Laporte on another heart-pounding adventure in the second installment of STEVE FEASEY’s terrifically frightening Wereling series.

Dark Moon picks up where the previous book left off. As Trey's werewolf powers get strong and more prominent he is faced with trying so solve an a problem and retrieve items intermixed with a lot of bloody gore. His relationships are developing while also going stale and there are a lot of people/things out to get him.

I enjoyed the atmosphere and the description of place in the book, and there was not a lack of action. There is a lot of mystery and suspense in the book and it was an engaging read.

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