The Curse of the Cobalt Moon

The Curse of the Cobalt Moon by [Lou Hernández]

The Curse of The Cobalt Moon by Lou Hernadez follows the main character Cira Perez and her brother Raul as they learn that their mother is a vampire and along with that shocking revelation they discover that they too have the same path to follow as their mother. Cira and Raul still have to go to high school with all this happening. Their lives and those around them get more and more complex as they are taken down this vortex of the new world that they have been unceremoniously thrown into.

The Curse of the Cobalt Moon plays with the supernatural and has a moody atmosphere that permeates the entirety of this alluring novel. From the first page you are taken on a whirlwind of adventure and suspense as the characters try to navigate through their now changing world. I appreciated that the story takes off right from the first page and keeps up a steady pace. This helped to keep me engaged with the story because, while this is a unique take on the vampire genre, readers are left always wanting to know more or what is going on, and the quick pace ensures questions and answers come and go.

I enjoyed reading this book and I enjoyed all the leaps and surprise turns it took. This was a suspenseful dark fantasy novel mostly because the author knows how to build suspense and intrigue. While I enjoyed the story, I wanted to see more of the characters emotions and delve into their motivations a bit more. I hope this is the start of a series because the characters and backstory are interesting and I want to explore them further.

I would recommend this book to readers looking for an imaginative paranormal adventure and something out of the ordinary. Readers who likes young adult fiction centered on characters figuring out themselves and the world around them will enjoy this supernatural thriller which puts its own unique stamp on the vampire genre.

Pages: 266 | ASIN: B08WZBRD27

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