The Night & Its Moon is a captivating fantasy novel that takes readers on an enthralling journey through a world filled with magic, fae, and compelling characters. The story revolves around two orphans, Nox and Amaris, who are separated and embark on separate paths, each with their own challenges and adventures. The narrative is rich with LGBTQ+ representation, feminist themes, and a well-crafted world that showcases the author’s expertise in folklore.
If you’re looking for an enthralling fantasy novel that is full of fae, magic, strong female characters, and an author so passionate about the subject that she sought a Master’s degree, this is the book for you! The book is beautifully crafted around magic and the fae with an empathetic nod to mental health struggles, making it a deeply emotional and engaging read.
The author’s vivid language paints a clear picture of the world, from the fantastical elements to the mundane, creating a perfect balance that immerses readers in the story. The characters, Nox and Amaris, are well-developed and relatable, and their journey to reunite is filled with twists and turns that keep the reader hooked.
One minor drawback is the presence of some grammatical errors and repetition in the narrative, which can be distracting at times. However, the compelling storyline and well-crafted world make up for these minor flaws.