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Two Moons by Emily Rodda

Overview

Two MoonsTitle: Two Moons
Author: Emily Rodda
Series: Star of Deltora #2
Rating Out of 5: 4 (Really good read!)
My Bookshelves: Australian authors, Easy readingMedieval fantasy
Pace: Slow
Format: Novel
Publisher: Omnibus books
Year: 2015
5th sentence, 74th page: ‘Of course,’ said Mab courteously, as Xen’s companions bowed in their turn.

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Aboard the Star of Deltora with her three rivals for the Trader Rosalyn Apprenticeship, Britta knows that she has to keep her wits about her. She desperately wants to win the contest, but of course Jewel, Sky and Vashti feel the same, and one of them, she knows, is a ruthless enemy who will stop at nothing to succeed. Britta is ready for trouble, but as the voyage fails to go as planned, and rumours of evil magic sweep her beloved ship, she starts to wonder if she has more to fear than simple human wickedness.

And nothing can prepare her for the terror that awaits her in the perilous, forbidden swamplands of Two Moons.

Thoughts

Two Moons really helps to expand on the tales of Shadows of the Master. Where the first book is setting Britta up for her epic adventure and trials, Two Moons actually takes you on them. And it becomes very clear very quickly that this voyage isn’t just going to be about the competition to become the next apprentice, but also a re-tracing of her father’s footsteps and the mystery of the staff.

This is such a fun and easy read, and even though I’m reading this series and discovering it as an adult… it’s still a lot of fun. A nice way to spend a quiet night. Especially one of those nights when I really want to read, but can’t quite seem to make my brain function fully. Which, let’s admit, happen often.

My favourite thing about this book is the surprise reveal at the end. But, since I don’t like giving spoilers, you’re going to have to read it to find out just what kind of surprise is in store for this shy little heroine.

 <- Shadows of the Master Review The Towers of Illica Review ->
Image source: Deltora Quest Wiki

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