Friday, July 6, 2012
Mayfair Moon review
After a nightmarish encounter
with a werewolf, seventeen-year-
old Adria Dawson loses her
sister, but gains the love of a
mysterious young man and his
legendary family.Strange and
tragic things begin to happen in
the small town of Hallowell,
Maine: residents come down
with an unexplainable ‘illness’
and some disappear. In the
midst of everything, Isaac
Mayfair is adamant about
keeping Adria safe, even from
her sister whom he has warned
her to stay away from.As unspeakable secrets unfold all
around Adria, impossible choices become hers to bear. Ultimately, no matter what path she takes, her life and the lives of those she loves will be in peril. As she learns about the werewolf world she also learns why her place in it will change the destinies of many.
Wow, I mean, really wow. This book had me from page one, it kept me up late into the night reading. I loved every second of it. J.A. Redmerski is a true talent, she has such a way with story telling. I felt such a connection with Adria right away, I wanted to shield her, and protect her from everything bad in her life. I loved and then fiercely hated her sister Alex (although a lot of it wasn't her choice) Moving to Mayfair, starting a brand new life, that was the beginning of Adria's life. I don't want to give too much away, I really want you all to go and read it for yourselves, its just that good!!!! I am now going to search for anything else by J.A. Redmerski to read, I have found a new favorite author.
About the Author:
J.A. Redmerski is a Contemporary Fantasy and YA writer - author of THE
MAYFAIR MOON and DIRTY EDEN. She’s a mother, werewolf & zombie
fanatic, book addict and a happy hermit obsessed with the Universe. Oh, and
AMC's "The Walking Dead".
Jessica started her first novel at the
age of thirteen and has been writing
something ever since. Generally, she
loves characters in life and on paper.
She pays attention to people,
especially those whose personalities
make them different from the rest of
us: the drug addict roaming the
Laundromat that talks to himself,
the young, inattentive mother in the
park with the meanest kid on the playground - (the entire cast of 'Swamp People') -
characters fascinate Jessica and she hopes that it shows in her literary work. Some
authors that inspire Jessica are Neil Gaiman, Cormac McCarthy, Max Brooks,
Anne Rice, J.K. Rowling, Richard Matheson, William R. Forstchen, Carrie Ryan,
Stephenie Meyer and Lisa Smedman.