In BRIGHT BLACK MOON Wayne Hixon returns with the second installment in his sprawling, unconventional vampire saga. A mysterious storm blows through the town of Lynchville, Ohio, trapping two teenagers on a farm. It turns out that one of them might be a monster and, if that isn't enough to deal with, the evil Ilya has returned to try and finish what she started....
|Title||:||Bright Black Moon|
|Number of Pages||:||254 Pages|
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Bright Black Moon Reviews
In this sequel to Vampires in Devil Town, our two protagonists are carrying around a novel by the same name which is self-described as "pure fiction written by a man of questionable talent". Interesting. Because as much as I liked Vampires in Devil Town I described it in my review as a work whose author's imagination sometimes ran ahead of his control. In other words, a guilty pleasure. Mr. Hixon must have had some kind of supernatural transformation himself. Because in Bright Black Moon, I'll have to throw out the word "quilty" and admit that the author can't just write. He can WRITE!Bright Black Moon still has all the kink, gore and violence of the first novel but now there is a constant intensity that permeates the story and we have full blooded protagonists that manages to go beyond comic book. Hixon has discovered structure and development yet keeps the feeling that he is about to go over the edge. He has gone beyond the usual vampire/witch shtick of most beginning writers and has discovered his own original alternate universe. This bodes well for the series and I am looking forward to the next one. As for Mr. Hixon, the next time he refers to himself in his novels he can feel confident enough to lose the word, "questionable". Lynchville's got talent.
Fanfrickintastic! A dark, creepy, disturbing work of awesomeness!!! Let me say though this book is not for everyone it has some very disturbing graphic scenes. If you are easily upset or offended please don't read this. That being said I usually read paranormal romance and all though in a weird way this was exactly that, it is like no romance I have ever read before. I happened to win it as a free first read so I figured I would give it a go and I am glad I did. Wayne Hixon weaves a hell of a story that had my emotions reeling for his characters and I have a feeling this book will stay at the back of my mind for quite awhile. If your looking for a great read that will keep you on your toes and make you squirm then I highly recommend Bright Black Moon.