Read Jackal Moon (Book 2 of the Moon series) by Jeanette Battista by Jeanette Battista by Jeanette Battista for free with a 30 day free trial. Read eBook on the. Laila has been pledged to serve the jackal god, Anubis, since she was a child. She wants nothing more than to follow in the footsteps of her father and brother. Read “Jackal Moon (Book 2 of the Moon series)” by Jeanette Battista with Rakuten Kobo. Laila has been pledged to serve the jackal god, Anubis, since she was.

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I liked getting to know Laila and thought she was a great addition to the story. After years of living on the fringes she ready to be apart of action and miami’s her ticket. I finished in two days only because I mostly had to stop to go to work and get work done.

In the end I liked her character. And then there were conversations and thou This review is actually for the omnibus edition of book 2. The streets of Aerie grow more perilous with every passing day. At times the subject matter seems too much for YA but yet not enough for adults. Just as I was really feeling as though things were going to peak, the book was over and I said, ‘Huh.

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What an amazing sequel! One of the good things about this installment is that the moments of truly delightful writing I encountered in Leopard Jafkal are also present here: When her initiation into the Keepers leads her to Miami and pits her against the wereleopard Sekhmet, Laila is cast into a sea of clan intrigue and bitter rivalries. They’re super pretty, horribly evil and abusive, and utterly predictable.


Still overall, great story, great action scenes. The scales are ready and Anubis awaits While Leopard Moon was a complete, standalone story with a satisfying conclusion, Jackal Moon jewnette to have been conceived as a way to introduce more characters- both good and bad- as well as the various shifter factions werejackals, werehyenas, wereleopards, and werejaguars being the main ones about to fight for dominance over Miami. This series has got me completely wrapped around its little finger!

Hyena Moon Volume 3 of the Moon Series As Kess moves forward with her decision to open up the territory to peaceful weres, she knows Easy to imagine each picture scene and environment as if Battists was there with them. As it was, repeating the same scene over and over only caused annoyance as if the author thought the readers might be too stupid to remember the scars or the Marking Ceremony. The story starts out with Laila, explaining who and what she is. Omon s unavailable for purchase.

Similar to page 37 Page 37 — Talking about her father A very faint scar ran down the left side of his face, starting above his brow bone and running vertically down jackak cheek.

Rehashing the same event was excessive. We’re being set up for a war of sorts and this book introduces jeaanette to several of the players.

Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Not quite as much as the first but I completely understand the reason behind this one being a little slower. But even though she’s the class valedictorian, the likelihood of her being able Teresa is being groomed to take over for Samara, but Samara thinks Teresa is years ahead of herself, as she has no plans to relinquish control of the pack anytime soon.

Enter Battissta, the egotistical, and beautiful in a funny way if you watched her for too longhead of the werehyenas. He agrees to accompany Kess and Cormac to Miami when she is recalled there suddenly to take over her battiata pack. But still, it was not enough for me to really like it Jackql be interesting to see how mmoon play out with Finn and Laila too! Jeanette Battista’s Moon Series2. Kess and Cormac return and remain part of the story, but I enjoyed the other facets of weres more.


So the aspect of assassins, especially an unstable, impulsive assassin like Laila, really reduced my enjoyment of this story.

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We appreciate your feedback. Moon-Ache Lone March 2. Apr 19, Emily rated it liked it. She wishes there were more hours in the day so she could actually do more of these things. This book surprised me a bit. To download from the iTunes Store, get iTunes now. He was an annoying, immature boy.

Jackal Moon (Book 2 of the Moon series)

She is acting as Mebis’ assistant in order to gain field experience, or so she’s told. She spent a summer in England and Scotland studying the historical King Arthur, which did nothing to curb her obsession.

The most fun was Laila’s human friend Gen, who had all too little face time for my taste. Jeanette Battista graduated with an English degree with a concentration in medieval literature which explains her possibly unhealthy fixation on edged weapons and cathedral architecture.

I think I liked this one even better than the hattista.