Gold The Moon Eater Review

The Moon Eater: Gold Book One by [I.M.Bones]The Moon Eater (Gold Book 1)
by I. M. Bones
Genre: Dark Fantasy
Publication Date: 2019
Number of pages: 284
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Synopsis:

Modern-day London.The city of dark streets and mysterious happenings...And also the home of the half-werewolf assassin, Gold. If anything goes bump in the night, then it would definitely be this sugar obsessed, mask-wearing, hitman. He has a flare for the occult and an ear for classical music, but by day, the mortals know him as that 'sweet young baker that makes those fantastic cupcakes!'Enter Curtis Walker, a detective investigating a string of strange murders, and the last person to believe that anything otherworldly is going on... but could this phantom killer have anything to do with his sister's untimely death?

My thoughts:
It's been a while since I consumed media regarding werewolves but when the opportunity to read this book occurred, I thought I would give it a go. Parts of this book were very dark and bleak so I would not recommend it to those who can be affected negatively by this type of content. There were some issues with the writing in this book, for instance, there were comments that were problematic.

The book was written quite informally, it is from a first person perspective so we really get to see how the character thinks and feels. Unfortunately, I found the writing to be a little boring in that it seemed to take a long time for much to happen.

Although I didn't love this book, there are some positive points on Goodreads if you would like to check them out.


*This book was kindly sent to me to review, however, all opinions are my own.

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