Book Review | Moon Angel by F. W. Pinkerton

**Received this book from the author to read and give an honest review**

Title: Moon Angel

Author: F. W. Pinkerton

Series: Moon Angel, #1

Genres: Paranormal, Fantasy

Publication/Year: Self Published • 2014

Page Numbers: 221

Synopsis from Goodreads:
"SOMETIMES OUR DESTINY FINDS US, whether we want it to or not

What happens when it gets dark and we start to dream?

Fifteen-year-old introverted teenager Katie Reynolds has always held a secret, only she does not know it yet. 

On her 16th birthday, she finally starts to unravel the mystery of what has been happening to her recently, when a set of mysterious presents, left to her by a grandmother she barely knew are given to her.

Her true path in life starts to form, and she finds out that things really do go bump in the night, as chilling shadows lurk everywhere.

Will a mysterious stranger and a black cat with glowing purple eyes protect her? As Katie makes her way on a fantastic journey of discovery and adventure – she begins to learn her true destiny."
My Rating★★★★★

Quote(s) I Like:
"...she always wanted to have enough books on her. The thought of having nothing to read sent shivers up her spine. They were the oxygen she breathed, when all around her was a fog of despair..."

My Thoughts:
O M G...This book is absolutely amazing for a paranormal novel. I honestly and thoroughly enjoyed reading about Katie and diving into the life of a Moon Angel and the village Wraith. The writing style was great and it made it so easy to read the book through and never get confused or want to put it down.

Katie's human life at the beginning truly sucked. I mean from the way her mother treated her to how mean Jessica and the popular kids were to her...I wanted to cry for her. I love however when her birthday came around things completely changed for the better. Now, what broke my heart was finding out that she could never see her grandmother and she can never see her grand-daughter until she runs her course as a moon angel...completely sucks!

Mooncat and Gabe, I honestly thought they were one in the same, but finding out who Mooncat really was shocked me. Gabe appearing and disappearing seriously pissed me off. I loved that Jessica had a change of heart after her dream. Katie learning to fight off shadow lurkers and demons was awesome. The Headmaster aka Mr. Snow was cool as well as Bessie and Erin.

I loved the ending with the King, Katie and Gabe and finding out about Katie and her other powers.

Such an amazing paranormal novel and highly recommend it to someone looking for something different to read as far paranormal/supernatural books go.

Overall Conclusion:
This book just grabbed my attention from start to finish and with an ending like that -- complete cliff hanger, but extremely great -- I just have to read the second book once it's released.

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