The city of dark streets and mysterious happenings…And also the home of the half-werewolf assassin, Gold. If anything goes bump in the night, then it would definitely be this sugar obsessed, mask-wearing, hitman.
He has a flare for the occult and an ear for classical music, but by day, the mortals know him as that ‘sweet young baker that makes those fantastic cupcakes!
Enter Curtis Walker, a detective investigating a string of strange murders, and the last person to believe that anything otherworldly is going on… but could this phantom killer have anything to do with his sister’s untimely death?
This is a YA dark fantasy and is #1 in the Gold series.
Gold is a half-werewolf. He was the son of a King until his werewolf tendencies made it obvious his father was not the King.
So, he became the King’s assassin.
He lives in the mortal world as Silas, a baker of fine cupcakes, a young, timid man who in reality is anything but!
Responsible for the death of a police detective, he now has her brother, Curtis on his trail. The Moon Eater is also looking for Gold, but why?
Can Curtis link the Moon Eater and Gold? Will he be able to catch Gold before anymore gruesome deaths and avenge his sister?
I loved this. It’s a dark, gruesome and completely engrossing tale. There’s plenty of background and history of the demon world, magic and the occult, with creatures, monsters and demons. I enjoyed the world building element, which helps build the atmosphere. Gold is narcissistic, sarcastic and I’d love to know more of his story. Curtis is damaged and grieving which makes him reckless at times and I wonder how far he will go to catch Gold.
Dark, tense and thoroughly entertaining.
Thank you to Ben at Cameron Publicity & Marketing for a free copy of the book. This is my honest and unbiased review.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
I.M. Bones grew up in the bleak Moors of the Peak District, an area full of local legends of vengeful witches and howling beasts. She now lives in Cambridgeshire. ‘Bones’ has been her actual nickname since she was very young, The Moon Eater is her first book.
More information can be found at http://www.imbones.com