Biting the Moon

Biting the Moon

Large Print - 1999
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A nameless young woman awakes in a strange bed-and-breakfast with a message that her "Daddy" will soon return. Fearing the worst, she flees into the wilderness and meets Mary Dark Hope. Together, the two track down the one person who holds the key to the girl's identity: the man who abducted her. By the bestselling author of the Richard Jury novels, "Biting the Moon" is a "lyrical coming-of-age journey" ("Chicago Sun-Times)" featuring two characters from Grimes's previous novels. Copyright © Libri GmbH. All rights reserved.
Publisher: Rockland, MA : Wheeler Publishing, 1999
Edition: Large print ed
ISBN: 9781568957753
Characteristics: 442 p


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Aug 05, 2016

Biting the Moon takes a 14 year old character from a Richard Jury novel (Mary Dark Hope) and gives her an adventure all her own that involves murder, both human and animal and a amnesia victim friend.

Animal rights is a major theme.

A quick read that's enjoyable.


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Aug 05, 2016

How's the sandwich? Is it all right? Sandwich Heaven.

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