The Blue Moon

The Blue Moon The Harpers once a heroic family of witches are broken The loss of Chris and Holly s daughter was the final straw in a series of heartbreaks and now they ve given up on fighting for the greater good

  • Title: The Blue Moon
  • Author: David Neth
  • ISBN: 9781945336805
  • Page: 343
  • Format: ebook
  • The Harpers, once a heroic family of witches, are broken The loss of Chris and Holly s daughter was the final straw in a series of heartbreaks and now they ve given up on fighting for the greater good.New secrets help point to the fate of their daughter Working together again, they struggle to reclaim the life they once had, but ten years away from each other comes withThe Harpers, once a heroic family of witches, are broken The loss of Chris and Holly s daughter was the final straw in a series of heartbreaks and now they ve given up on fighting for the greater good.New secrets help point to the fate of their daughter Working together again, they struggle to reclaim the life they once had, but ten years away from each other comes with consequences Tensions are high as each witch grasps at every opportunity to restore their family, including working with former enemies.While the witches learn to work with each other again and move on from the past, they leave themselves susceptible to the influence of the Fire Wizards and the Pentad, demonic supergroups that may be the end of them.The Blue Moon is the fifth and final book in the Under the Moon Series.

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    1. Ok to start off, I'll get the negative out of the way. I'm not too crazy about Kathy. Maybe it's mainly her voice. Lol. But she's so quick to pass judgement on other family members. Well, for that matter all the family is. I still haven't forgiven Holly for not even listening to Chris's side of the story regarding their daughter's death. How can people claim to know and love each other and instantly turn their back on them? They have all been through the worst though so I guess nothing is a surp [...]

    2. ( Format : Audiobook )"An everyday story of witchy folk."Not having read any of the preceding (four) volumes of the Under the Moon series, I initially struggled with the family dynamics, but only briefly. Soon, this ongoing story of a family once divided and now in grief after the abduction and possible killing of the young daughter of one of the couples plus their individual and united attempts to find her, soon gripped me, especially as the opponent's seemed so much more sinister and capable a [...]

    3. The Blue Moon finally united the Harper family with rumor that Sofia, Holly and Chris' daughter is alive. The Harper brother, Joshua and Chris are tricked into joining their enemy Pentad and the Fire Wizard with promise that they will return Sofia to them. Each group have their own agenda in gaining more power by obtaining control of Chaos and Sofia' potential power to be a powerful witch.The problem is how far will the Harper family goes to trust their enemies in gaining Sofia back?This is the [...]

    4. This is the fifth book in the series and I think it is the best. It is a story that you need to focus on because the chaos is everywhere and if you miss a small detail, you can get lost. The chaos that is coming to the Harper family, or has already shaken it can be felt throughout the story. There are so many different moving parts to the story that you will not know who to trust. Good and evil blur as the story unfolds. The story does come together in the end, but getting there is a roller coas [...]

    5. This is the fifth book in Under the Moon series and what an ending!It's all about family. Even your loved ones can turn your back on you (I know it, been there)Several years after, if you read/listen to the previous books, this family tries to live a normal life apart from magic. Death separates, life brings back the family again.Trust is a must and wise decisions with the hope they all get back together again. Don't want to spoil your fun, but get ready to trust no one! The narrator was perfect [...]

    6. This book was somewhat disappointing. I really liked the Harvest Moon and thought that this book would show the same growth in the author. Instead, it showed the same flaws of the same characters from the Blood Moon. I like action, and the last 1/3 to 1/2 of the book had more action but throughout it was filled with a lot of sappy crying. Not a bad read and it fits in with the rest of the series but I'm not as heartbroken to reach the end as I am with other books and series I've read.

    7. My review is based on the Audiobook. I really enjoyed the family dynamics in this book, we all can relate to family drama!! There was a good mix of magic thrown into the mix. Nathan Weiland did a superb job as narrator with easily distinguishable characters. Looking forward to more from this Author and Narrator.

    8. This book ended the series well. All the questions were answered, that is always a good thing. At times I was sadden and at others happy, but basically that has been the flow through all the books. You could never take anything for granted, this ending is no different. The Harpers fight their greatest battle, as usual the unexpected happens. It kept my interest all the way through.

    9. I listened to this book through audible as an ARC in exchange for an honest review. Book 5 in the Under the Moon series was an exciting and captivating audio. The narrator has done a wonderful job at conveying each characters voice. The Story line was interesting to say the least but I have fully enjoyed meeting these characters and their families.

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