I tend to read a lot of mystery, suspense, and thrillers. Very little romance or fantasy. I really liked Prophecy Moon, though. It’s fast paced and will keep you reading, sort of a fantasy thriller.
Here’s the back cover blurb:
Loner Travis O’Conner becomes the unwilling champion of a mysterious seer who plunges him into another dimension. His only guide – a deck of Tarot cards in her possession.Travis goes off on a quest to save his world and meets a group on their own quest to right their world. Thrown into the strange dimension of wizards, he must adapt quickly and learn who to trust or die. He will also learn many things about himself and come to doubt his own world.
He falls in love with a woman who may not be his ally, while battling wizards intent on destroying him. Must Travis lose his love in order to save his world?
The characters were well developed, the action came fast, and the story kept me guessing as to what would happen next.
I give Prophecy Moon by Laura Eno a Hel-Yeah!
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~FTC Disclaimer: This book was autographed and sent to me by the author, but that’s not why I’m recommending it, nor did it influence my review. Laura Eno is able to build a foreign world that feels real. In that respect, Prophecy Moon reminded me of Harry Potter. Both books took you into a strange world and let you see the world and the people so clearly that you believed. Prophecy Moon could be a tutorial for The Writer’s Journey, another book I’d recommend you read if you’re an author. Unlike Harry Potter, though, Eno’s book will not take you two weeks to read … nor 27 hours with no sleep if you’re a teenager … nor three months if you’re over 45.