Moonblood By: Anne Elisabeth Stengl


The Tales of Goldstone Wood continues with Moonblood, the dragon has left Prince Liongheart’s  kingdom and with it his kingdoms trust in him. In an attempt to regain their confidence Lionheart banishes Rose Red. Rose Red is now held captive by her evil father. Lionheart regrets banishing Rose Red and goes into the woods in search of her, encountering strange things along the way, can he find Rose Red before it is too late?

Anne Elisabeth Stengl has quite the imagination and has woven together a fantastic story that will keep you captivated. Continuing the Tales of Goldstone Wood Stengl has a cast of characters who you quickly become attached to and sink into their stories. At times the story becomes a little too complex in trying to follow story lines and characters, it is also difficult to always figure out who is on what side.

Moonblood is a good story to dive into with a vivid land and array of characters this book is great for readers who enjoy fantasy and adventure tales.

I received this book complimentary from Bethany House Publishing in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own.


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