A large family is torn asunder by accusations of supernatural mischief making. It soon becomes apparent that the eldest son has become involved with a powerful cult. The novel skips back to pagan Britain and the Celtic tribes' reaction to the newly evangelizing Christians.
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- Arietta Moon
The perfect ending...
Pagan Moon is the sequel to Dark Cathedral and is a great story!
Full of lust, magical and family feuds it will hold your attention to the last second. Perhaps a little confusing at times if you haven't read/listened to the first book it still holds its own as a great book.
The chap reading the story did very well with lots of regional and international accents which help you follow who is talking
I have now read this book 2times and listen to it once... It won't be the last time!
Way too fixated on physical relationships
The story-line was good if at times verging on unbelievable. The second book in this series seemed to be bogged down on wordy descriptions of sex. At times I felt this work could easily have been classified as soft porn if not for the exaggerated way the scenes had been romanticised. This led me to become impatient for the author to get on with it. Nope, I'm not overly sensitive and yes, I have personal pagan/wiccan beliefs - but there's more to life than sex. For me at least, the constant lapse into lengthy descriptions of sexual activity got in the way. I also felt the characters became more naive and...well, sorry folks, stupid. "And it harm none, do what ye will" got thrown right out the window. It had moments where I was dying to find out what was going on, and moments where I just wanted to slap someone silly. Worth a credit. Nicholas Camm always does a good job with narration.