- Paperback: 352 pages
- Publisher: Gollancz; Reprint edition (2 Jun. 2011)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 9780575098855
- ISBN-13: 978-0575098855
- ASIN: 0575098856
- Product Dimensions: 13 x 2.5 x 20 cm
- Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars See all reviews (70 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 363,693 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
Moondance of Stonewylde (Stonewylde Novels) Paperback – 2 Jun 2011
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A fantastic read. I really felt like I knew the characters in this book, and I felt their pain and hopelessness at the situation they were in. I felt anger, worry, frustration; all manner of emotions as I was reading this. I still feel it, because their journey hasn¿t finished yet, and I have no idea what will happen to them next. If a book can make me feel so passionately, I know it must be good. (BOOK CHICK CITY)
Deep in the green hills of Dorset lies a hidden community of secrets, passion and fatal conflict ... and all will be revealed by moonlight ...See all Product description
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As before Kit Berry brings the world of Stonewylde to life with her details and characterisation making it, again, a book you can get lost in and the continuing 'forbidden' romance between Sylvie and Yul is the kind of stuff that Twilight etc could only hope to be. The cliffhanger ending had me gripped and I am glad I only have to wait a month to re-enter this magical world.
The festivals and rituals of this Pagan community are all well explained and it is good to be able to follow the year through the eyes of the villagers and hall folk.
A most excellent book, that improves on the first and leaves me wishing there was a 5 star + option for the ratings
For me , the highlight is seeing how the Stonewylders celebrate more of the 8 festivals, notably Lammas and Mabon. Kit has visualised and written so vividly about how the harvest is gathered and how to celebrate at the cricket match, how the apples are gathered in autumn and turned into cider. The Stonewylde world is so well described in this novel - if you weren't hooked by now, you will be!
A word of advice: Don't take this book on holiday with you, unless you have also bought the third book in the series, Solstice at Stonewylde, or your summer vacation could be ruined wondering what happens to young Yul!
I also liked the fact that here is a story with substance without the need for blatant, in-yer-face killing, blood, gore and sex that most books these days seem to require. Hoorah! And I really do think the books would make a great film series and put something on the big screen that Hollywood is looking for. Good enough to challenge Lord of the Rings methinks! Thank you so much, Kit.
The story continues of yul, slyvie, Magus and the fight for the moonmagic.
More characters are introduced and we get a even better feel for the community of stonewylde. Just reading the third book Solstice at Stonewylde. Believe me it gets better and better!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Another great book in the Stonewylde series. Kit Berry's writing keeps you wanting to read more. The series has 5 books and this is the second. Read morePublished 17 months ago by witchygirl
Another compelling, well written and exciting book in the series. I found it hard to put it down! The story alone is good, however, if you are aware of the parallels to... Read morePublished on 16 Jan. 2015 by Rocketgirl
I enjoyed Magus of Stonewylde but like this even better. The descriptions of the festivals and customs, and also the natural surroundings are wonderful and make these books a joy... Read morePublished on 12 Sept. 2014 by Caramello