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A Bloodmoon is rising With Fell Falls put firmly behind him Tonmerion Hark has only one desire to make his way east and once again feel the soil of his Empire under his boots But blood has been spilt Machinations of the powerful foiled Scores Bloodmoon is a step down from Bloodrush The world building which gripped my imagination in the first book is now familiar and hence not a stand out feature I had mentioned in my review of Bloodrush that Ben Galley needed to focus on the story and characters in subseuent books as world building could take you only so far Welp in that respect Bloodmoon is only average There were three separate threads and of these the machinations in London were the most interesting And this speaks a lot about the blandness of the main characters Don t get me wrong though Ben Galley s writing is still brilliant And the world is still uniue But these are not enough to overcome the sense that nothing much is happeningMaybe Bloodmoon is just suffering from middle itis since it is the second book in the trilogy Hopefully Bloodfeud will be much better The Burning The Haunting of Grey Hills desire to make his way east and once again feel the soil of his Empire under his boots But blood has been spilt Machinations of the powerful foiled Scores Bloodmoon is a step Reiki A Comprehensive Guide down from Bloodrush The world building which gripped my imagination in the first book is now familiar and hence not a stand out feature I had mentioned in my review of Bloodrush that Ben Galley needed to focus on the story and characters in subseuent books as world building could take you only so far Welp in that respect Bloodmoon is only average There were three separate threads and of these the machinations in London were the most interesting And this speaks a lot about the blandness of the main characters Don t get me wrong though Ben Galley s writing is still brilliant And the world is still uniue But these are not enough to overcome the sense that nothing much is happeningMaybe Bloodmoon is just suffering from middle itis since it is the second book in the trilogy Hopefully Bloodfeud will be much better

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Bloodmoon The Scarlet Star Trilogy #2

Y put their fate in the hands of a travelling circus headed straight for the shores of the Iron Ocean and a ship home There is only one truth all will be settled on the night of the BloodmoonCheck out wwwbengalleycom for sneak peeks and sampl Great readespecially because I now know the characters I did at stages want to skip paragraphs to get to the meat of the story Reiki A Comprehensive Guide did at stages want to skip paragraphs to get to the meat of the story

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Have been scraped in the desert sand and now they must be settled A new power is growing in London and it pines for revenge Now that both Tonmerion and Rhin find themselves being hunted over prairie and wasteland he and his strange new famil I loved the first book Bloodrush and this one was really good as well Started a little slow for me and with crucial mysteries revealed already in the last book it fell a tad short of Bloodrush It was still a great story and if you likedloved Bloodrush you d be a fool not to continue right on to Bloodfeud which is what I m going to doright nowleave me alone so I can read it


10 thoughts on “Bloodmoon The Scarlet Star Trilogy #2

  1. says:

    Bloodmoon is a step down from Bloodrush The world building which gripped my imagination in the first book is now familiar and hence not a stand out feature I had mentioned in my review of Bloodrush that Ben Galley needed to focus on the story and characters in subseuent books as world building could take you only so far We

  2. says:

    It started with Bloodrushand what a rush that was #sorrynotsorry and rising from the ashes life must go on I was

  3. says:

    I like this follow up to Bloodrush a lot Ben Galley picked up the story without missing a beat and took us down the dust and dangerous trail that Merion Hark and his entourage travel on their way back to the Empire Again the characters are dimensional and interesting and their relationships drove the storyI am looking forward to w

  4. says:

    I loved the first book Bloodrush and this one was really good as well Started a little slow for me and with crucial mysteries revealed already in the last book it fell a tad short of Bloodrush It was still a great story and if you likedloved Bloodrush you'd be a fool not to continue right on to Bloodfeud which is what I'm going to doright nowleave me alone so I can read it

  5. says:

    This novel suffers from middle child syndrome Parts of it feel like it's prepping for the end of the trilogy That's not bad though because I'm really looking forward to reading the next novel What really stands to this series is the world building I'm beginning to realise I have a hankering for alternative history worlds Benjamin Disraeli is re imagined as Bremar Dizali and ueen Victoria is the apparently immortal ueen V

  6. says:

    Ooooh despite being ill and feeling like death this book gave me an escape and I enjoyed it immensely There's plenty to keep the reader fascina

  7. says:

    Something got lost somewhere for me The story didn't match up to Bloodrush Certainly a great way to get a look at different rushers by adding a circus Nothing fantastic here hoping the conclusion is better

  8. says:

    Great readespecially because I now know the characters I did at stages want to skip paragraphs to get to the meat of the story

  9. says:

    Left Me Anxious For the FinaleGalley has crafted an intricate and truly original fantasy world in this series This is a strong second installmentThe series takes place in a Magick filled 19th century and is truly immersive The character development is well written from all angles and the new elements of the fantasy aspect

  10. says:

    Very well craftedThe world that the series is based in is a very well crafted semi alternate history The magic sys

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