Moon Crossing

(3 customer reviews)


Tally has been kidnapped.  Her older sister, Lady Élanor has asked teenager Wil Calloway for help but he returns to Saran to discover tensions that threaten Tally’s rescue from the start.  Accompanied by his three best friends and three huge Fellhounds, Wil makes a promise to bring Tally back before the twin moons cross.  But the journey to Armelia is beset with challenges – not least being getting in and out of the city!


Book 2 of the Fellhounds of Thesk series

Suitable for ages 9+

No bad language or sexual content

Paperback: 312 pages

Publisher: Grosvenor House Publishing First Edition (17 April 2012)

Language: English

ISBN-10: 1781485151

ISBN-13: 978-1781485156

Product Dimensions: 12.7 x 1.8 x 20.3 cm

3 reviews for Moon Crossing

  1. SF Book

    Moon Crossing feels very much like a continuation of the previous book with the same crisp, clean narrative and uncluttered dialogue that comes across as friendly and warm. The real strength lies in the characters though and here the author really does excel with living, breathing characters who act just as you would expect rather than as a plot would demand. The group dynamic has been judged just right and this all acts as a very effective draw to the book and story. There really is a wonderful vibrance about the prose which has a much more positive air than many modern novels, something that makes a refreshing change and manages to avoid coming across as naive as can often be the case.
    Moon Crossing is perfect for any Young Adult fan of fantastic fiction, a wonderful blend of interesting characters, vivid backdrops and an intelligent story all weaved together into a magical tale.

  2. The Book Bag

    I thought Moon Crossing was a tremendously satisfying follow-up to Moon Chase. It’s a pacy and exciting fantasy quest with energy and positivity embedded in every page, engaging characters, and those gorgeous fellhounds. What more could you want? Recommended for tweens, teens, and all ages after that. Particularly if you love dogs. Big ones. As we do.

  3. Sheridan

    Couldn’t wait to read this after enjoying Moon Chase so much and oh boy it did not disappoint, once again I was caught up in the plot and felt I was there with them as they were trying to find a way into Armelia, I could visualise the sights and sounds of the town fare. There were laugh out loud moments and sad ones and I would love to have one of Lady Elanor’s first aid kits!! Yet again a fantastic read. Hope there will be another book before too long.

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