With Keira finding death on her door she is suddenly plunged into a world of the unknown and has to face it alone…or does she? Soon this new life is filled with heartache, shadowed followers and cryptic messages, that only promise to lead her deeper into world of the supernatural like never before.
For Keira, even taking a breath without the other half of her soul is painful enough. So when given the choice to either accept what life the fates have decided she live, or to force that life behind her and accept the dangerous journey ahead, the answer is easy…
She will fight to save the man she loves.
But this fight includes Heaven and Hell in search of the truth, a truth that will rather set her heart free or be destroyed on the other side.
Are the fates really to be trusted?
I downloaded book 4 of the Afterlife saga the day it was released because as with all the other books in the series, book 3 was left on a cliffhanger!
This book felt very different to the previous ones, it was hard to keep up with again another avalanche of new characters and plot twists in every chapter. The quality of writing is superb as always. I have to say how much I admire Hudson and her style of storytelling. She puts so much effort into every detail of the story that she deserves phenomenal success. And she’s obviously done her research, as she beautifully describes so many different places and uses various languages to brilliant effect.
It’s easy to get lost in this world of demons, angels and gods, and The Quarter Moon is a good length to take your time over. You can’t help becoming enthralled in this book, one minute you’re laughing, the next you’re crying, and then you’re getting angry!
Hudson leaves us on another cliffhanger ending to The Quarter Moon, so now I’m going to have to wait for the fifth instalment of the saga. Can’t wait!
My Star Rating: 4/5