Book Review: Beneath Thirteen Moon by: Kathryne Kennedy

Beneath the Thirteen Moons
Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca
Publish Date: 1 December 2010
Origins: Publisher for Review
Format: Paperback

Kathryne Kennedy's award-winning first book, now available for the first time to the trade market, features a magical, watery world in which mammoth trees grow up from the ocean floor, supporting all life within their canopy. In spite of the beauty and abundance, the world is harshly divided into two classes: pampered royalty and struggling have-nots. In search of a Healer for her swampland village, smuggler Mahri Zin inadvertently kidnaps the heir to the throne, Korl Com'nder. As the two become lovers, they discover that not only are their fates intertwined, but the very survival of their peoples depends on them...

I like the word Kathryne Kennedy created in this book above everything else. She wrote wonderful characters and gripping plot but the love and execution she put into Sea Forest. I think the intricacies of the different caste systems and the magical way the world is brought to life is the crowning jewel of this book.

The take Ms. Kennedy weaves keeps the readers entranced. I enjoyed both Korl and Mahri's characters and   I enjoyed watching them get to know each other and fall in love, despite their immense differences. I think that this fantastic romance is simple, clean, and a nice light read for anyone who wants something different than the everyday paranormal romance.

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1 comment:

  1. Great review! I am really looking forward to getting some books by Kathryne Kennedy. I keep hearing such wonderful things about this book, she's at the top of my "to buy" list!


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