Sisters of the Moon Tour – Review & Giveaway

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About the Book



Paperback: 250 pages
ISBN-10: 1645480550
ISBN-13: 978-1645480556
Publisher: Vesuvian Books (September 22, 2020)
Language: English

>A monstrous fate will turn a girl into a legend.

On an island in Lake Obersee, where The Sisters of St. Gertrude abide, a destitute Moor named Durra arrives. Sold for taxes, she and her two companions tend to the nuns and their collection of cats. At night, she combs the library for details on the order, the remote island, and the beasts howling outside her window.

But when a prank reveals the sisters’ gruesome secret, Durra is forced to accept a new fate. Bestowed an unearthly power, she must choose between life as a nun or living among the monsters beyond the convent walls.

Her path is about to change the tide in the ultimate war. The war between good and evil.


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Praise for Sisters of the Moon

/>“Alexandrea Weis does an outstanding job of painting succinct, hard-hitting scenes that carry Durra from a new role in a convent to a more active position confronting supernatural forces and long-hidden truths that could change not just her life, but the world. Sisters of the Moon represents a fine example of the use of the novella form at its best. It creates a superior blend of action, mystery, and evolving protagonist dilemmas and growth that will keep readers on their toes and involved up to the story’s epilogue of unexpected lessons in survival and achievement. Highly recommended for those who like their supernatural mystery stories to embrace a sense of character growth where the fine line between good and evil proves more mercurial than most.” —D. Donovan, Senior Reviewer, Midwest Book Review

“While a horror story on the surface, Sisters of the Moon is more than a simple tale of three young women sold to satisfy the debts of others who uncover a dark secret. It’s more than just a fresh take on the werewolf mythos or another banal story about the age-old battle between good and evil. Stunning in its imagery and richly detailed, Weis’s Sisters of the Moon blends history and religion into a tale of sisterhood and empowerment as delightfully slow-burning as it is sinister, smart, and not at all shy about probing the status quo of the treatment of women who challenge patriarchal systems–and who fight to defend what is right. Sisters of the Moon is the kind of supernatural gothic horror women readers in the genre have been waiting for.” —Seven Jane, The Nerd Daily

Review

Equal parts fantasy, horror, and ephemeral Sisters of the Moon is one of those stories that will haunt you long after you’ve finished it. It’s also a very quick read which is both oddly satisfying and annoyingly short (I can’t help my love for a thicc book!). But this is also the perfect read for spooky season as we get closer and closer to Halloween.

This book gripped me right from the start and I refused to put it down until I finished. And even though it’s on the shorter end of books it doesn’t give away all of its secrets at the beginning, you’ve got to work for them! So as you read you go on this journey with the characters and become extremely invested in what is unfolding and what might come. And the haunting atmosphere and setting of the book just amped up the creep factor for me and gave me all of the spooky aesthetic I’m always craving.

This book was so amazing and I am still thinking about it well after finishing it (which probably comes off in my barely understandable review). It’s one of those books that will force you to reflect on and leave you nearly speechless. And it can easily be read in a day so get ready to curl up with this one and not want to move until you’re done!

About the Author


Photo Content from Alexandrea Weis 

Alexandrea Weis, RN-CS, PhD, is a multi-award-winning author of over twenty-seven novels, a screenwriter, ICU Nurse, and historian who was born and raised in the French Quarter of New Orleans. Having grown up in the motion picture industry as the daughter of a director, she learned to tell stories from a different perspective and began writing at the age of eight. Infusing the rich tapestry of her hometown into her novels, she believes that creating vivid characters makes a story moving and memorable. A member of the Horror Writers Association and International Thriller Writers Association, Weis writes mystery, suspense, thrillers, horror, crime fiction, and romance. She lives with her husband and pets in New Orleans where she is a permitted/certified wildlife rehabber with the Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries and rescues orphaned and injured animals.

Tour Schedule

PART ONE
OCTOBER 26th MONDAY JeanBookNerd INTERVIEW
OCTOBER 27th TUESDAY A Bronx Latina Reads REVIEW
OCTOBER 28th WEDNESDAY Ya It’s Lit REVIEW 
OCTOBER 29th THURSDAY A Court of Coffee and Books REVIEW 
OCTOBER 30th FRIDAY Movies, Shows, & Books REVIEW 

PART TWO
OCTOBER 31st SATURDAY A Bella Fairy Tale REVIEW
NOVEMBER 1st SUNDAY TTC Books and More EXCERPT
NOVEMBER 2nd MONDAY Reading Adventures of a Book Dragon EXCERPT
NOVEMBER 3rd TUESDAY Books and Zebras REVIEW
NOVEMBER 4th WEDNESDAY Casia’s Corner REVIEW

Giveaway

1 Winner will receive the SISTERS OF THE MOON Storytellers BOX (Grim Reader Collection).
Giveaway is open to International. | Must be 13+ to Enter

*JBN is not responsible for Lost or Damaged Books in your Nerdy Mail Box*

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*I received an ebook in exchange for an honest review*

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