9 edition of Blue moon found in the catalog.
|Statement||Laurell K. Hamilton.|
|Contributions||Copyright Paperback Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||CPB Box no. 1460 vol. 9|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||418 p. ; 18 cm.|
|Number of Pages||418|
|LC Control Number||99611010|
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Lacking the usual wit and only rarely displaying the banter that typify his books, Jack Reacher in "Blue Moon" is a ludicrous caricature of his character. While he does begin his experience in this novel by observing an about-to-happen crime and then pursues it to inevitable bigger and more complicated ends, it is spoiled by the quantity of people who die as the plot progresses/5(K).
Blue Moon takes Reacher to a town where the Albanians and Ukrainians are battling for turf. Reacher is helping out a senior couple who are involved with loan sharks from both gangs. Unfortunately, I couldnt get into this storyline.4/5. Blue Moon is a book so intriguing that you won't want to put it down.
It will stun you as you read on to know about Ever and her mysterious past and future. We get some answers to questions that we had in Evermore, but then more questions will come up as well.4/4(). In Blue Moon, Ever has a chance to bring her family back from the dead - but only if she's willing to sacrifice the guy she loves more than life itself.
Just as Ever is learning everything she can about her new abilities as an immortal, initiated into the Alyson Noël's bestselling Immortals series has been hailed as "addictive," "beautiful," "haunting," and "mesmerizing."/5. The information about Blue Moon shown above was first featured in "The BookBrowse Review" - BookBrowse's online-magazine that keeps our members abreast of notable and high-profile books publishing in the coming weeks.
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