Review: 167. A Trace of Moonlight by Allison Pang…

Oh, Abby. I so couldn’t not read A Trace of Moonlight, if only to find out what happens after A Sliver of Shadow

a trace of moonlightdrey’s thoughts:

Well. A Trace of Moonlight is a complex, complicated story. We start out with Abby having lost her memory, living in Faery, and betrothed to Talivar. Then she loses her amulet. And dies.

What a start, huh?

Of course, Abby’s friends can’t let her stay dead, so they hatch up a plan. And may have screwed the world in the execution of said plan…

Dead or not, Abby’s still sassy and sarcastic. Phineas is still a horny unicorn. Talivar is still a bit too nice. Brystion is still sexy and moody and broody. And her friends are still a coalition of circumstance than of the willing. But somebody needs to save the world!

This series has been an enjoyable one to read, and A Trace of Moonlight certainly doesn’t disappoint in the drama department. I mean, hello – amnesiac heroine betrothed to fairy prince while dreaming of erstwhile sex-on-a-stick incubus? Can we say major drama? Why yes, yes we can.

But before you get all I-hate-drama on me, let me also tell you that the story-telling is superb, accompanied by kick-ass action – or rather, kick-Abby’s-ass action – and pretty fab characters. So, if you haven’t given this series a try, well what’re you waiting for? Go pick it up!

drey’s rating: Pick it up!

Title: A Trace of Moonlight (Abby Sinclair #3)
Author: Allison Pang
ISBN-13: 9781439198360
Paperback: 381 pages
Publisher: Pocket Books, 2012
Purchase at IndieBound, Amazon, The Book Depository
Source: Pocket

Have you read A Trace of Moonlight? What did you think?