Red Moon Book Review

Genre: Dark Fantasy

Style: Ebook

Pages: 357

Trigger Warnings: This series is rated R18 for adult situations, graphic violence, harem relationships and mentions of rape. 

*Disclaimer; Thank You to Sein Ares for reaching out. All thoughts are my own and this will be an honest review.*

Book Summary:

This book follows many characters. Leo, Elizabeth, Mia, and Nicholas. They are our main cast of characters. They all have their own thing of what they are. Where Leo is trying to figure out what exactly he might be at the end of the novel. Enemies become allies and possibly friends.

The book starts off with Elizabeth and Jenny leaving everything behind. Elizabeth notices a Red Moon, but doesn’t think anything of it. When they make it to where the uncle lives, they end up freeing Leo and that’s when they start making their way back to the Raven Clan area. Elizabeth’s uncle wants to make a short cut threw the Dark Forest. That’s when the uncle attacks the people who actually live in the dark forest without Elizabeth knowledge. The only way Elizabeth finds out that an attack was taken place was threw Mia, due to Mia wanting to kill them.

Magic exists in this world and so do devils. There are “monsters”, who do try to kill our main characters. But due to the fact that our main characters come together they find away to divide and conquer to defeat these monsters.

*Note: this book does use strong language especially towards women*


I enjoyed this book. I’m the type of reader who doesn’t enjoy extremely long chapters but somehow the author made it work. There was action in almost every single chapter even if it was a slow build to the action in that chapter.

The artwork in this book was phenomenal and it was one of my favorite parts of the book.

I also enjoyed the connection that was made between the characters as well as the world-building that took place. It seems to end where connections and the world-building can continue in the next book.


4 stars ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️


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