Mistry by Moonlight review by Lucy
Mistry by Moonlight (The Mistry Trilogy)
Age Range - 12 and up
Genre - Fantasy

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Age at time of review - 15
Reviewer's Location - Pasadena, Maryland, United States
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Taylor, a student who is planning to be a vet as her career and now returned back home to South Coast from Europe, has changed significantly. The girl who used to be out of the circle, is now the center of attention that everyone loves. After returning back to South Coast, she found something very surprising along the way back to her old home: an injured wolf on the side of the road. Taylor stopped her car and ended up helping the wolf, not knowing the dangers of helping that wounded wolf. Now her life is in danger, and strange things begin happening to her after she returns to South Coast. Will she be able to survive until the end, or will something happen that'll lead her to death's door?


I believe that Mistry By Moonlight is an amazing book. I loved how the author made the plot, leading one thing to another. And I liked how the author started the story off with a nice preface allowing the reader to take a glance on what would happen in the story and made the reader want to continue to read on to find out what would happen next.


I admired how the writer added many supernatural beings (ex: werewolf, vampires and etc.) which allowed the story to become more interesting and surprising. Personally, I'm very interested in supernatural beings which may or may not existed and liked how the author added them to make the story more fictional and interesting.

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