Wednesday, March 02, 2011

Full Moon by Ellen Schreiber

Celeste Parker was just a small town girl. She grew up in Legend's Run-a place famous for its scary werewolf stories. It's just another year with her friends, hanging out and having fun. Then one day, she visits a psychic who gives her a puzzling reading and everything changes. She finds herself face to face with wolves when the new kid Brandon saves her. Brandon saves her, but not without incident. He was bitten, but something else changed inside him. She must discover if his transformation is more than a legend, or just a trick of the shadows.

At first, this book seemed to be really good, but as I went on, it started getting more and more stereotypical. The story line was too much like every other werewolf story out there. Also, the characters never seemed to take any risk or go into action, which made the book drag on. The character, Celeste, had no backbone. Yes, the romance between Celeste and Brandon was interesting at first, but she doesn't want anyone to know she's dating him because he's from the wrong side of town. If Celeste was a true heroine, she would at least tell her friends.

Reviewer Age:14

Reviewer City, State and Country: Enon, OH USA