Moonlight Equilibrium: Book 3.5 of the "Preternatural Chronicles" Paperback – April 8, 2020
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- ASIN : B086PLNNNZ
- Publisher : Independently published (April 8, 2020)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 209 pages
- ISBN-13 : 979-8635032480
- Item Weight : 13.3 ounces
- Dimensions : 6 x 0.53 x 9 inches
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- #53,328 in Horror Literature & Fiction
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As I read the novella, it is clear the setting is still the universe that John Cook lives in and I could not help but think about how the 3rd book, Shadow of a Doubt, left off. John’s best friend, Depweg, is a werewolf that has gone rogue and this novella features a werewolf that is terrorizing people.
It is well written, filled with rich and explicit imagery. The nature of the premise demands that it is written with graphic horror and it is. Blain’s trademark humor is not present, yet it was a story that grips you and does not let go. Predictable at best, but one that sets the stage of what John will face next.
Normally, graphic horror is not something that appeals to me, but I feel reading this was important to the overall arc of the series. It helps you understand the emotions and drive of the werewolf. This was necessary in understanding one of the key characters in “Preternatural Chronicles. It is a piece of the puzzle that must be read to complete the masterpiece.
By M Spencer on September 20, 2020
If you're here from the series, there's no John in this book. It's more about what Depweg was up to during Mouth of Madness, but not really, because we are following Jose's story, a Mexican guy who got caught up in the middle of a nightmare for him and his family.
It has, I think, a darker story than what we are used to with the Preternatural Chronicles main line, with the story from the point of view of someone who has never encountered the supernatural or unexplainable things all of a sudden being neck deep in them. Still, I really enjoyed it. I think we have all imagined how we would react if we were ever in a similar position, in which we all of a sudden get thrown into a very terrifying world. Would you react differently to Jose?
As I said, this can be read as a standalone, but if you are curious about how the world in which Jose's story is set in, I highly recommend you read the series proper!
Looking forward to more about the new characters and how they meld into the rest of the group. John pays it back to show his own loyalty. So much heart and snark.