Book Review: Bane County 3 – First Moon

Bane County: First Moon (Book 3)Bane County: First Moon by J.R. Rice

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I really enjoyed all three of JR Rice’s books. Book three is certainly a page-turner, I enjoyed how two storylines were told side by side, with the Sonoma County investigations as well as Bane County’s problem. The night of the blackout was fantastic, Jackson’s humour is great as always, and it was nice to see Bryce’s attitude turning from Mr. Science and Logic to Mr. Kick Ass all in one night. I can’t wait for the next one!

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Annalee Adams was born in Ashby de la Zouch, England. She began The Celestial Rose series while at the University of Derby. Annalee spent much of her childhood engrossed in fictional stories. Starting with teenage point horror stories and moving on up to the works of Stephen King and Dean Koontz. However, her all-time favorite book is Lewis Carrolls, Alice in Wonderland. Which explains her mindset quite well. Annalee wrote her first published piece, a poem, as a teenager in high school. After which her short story about a werewolf on the Yorkshire moors was published in the college newspaper. Since then she continued to write for her own pleasure until her first book ‘Eternal Entity’ was released, with the final book in the series due out on October 19th, 2018. Annalee Adams lives in the UK with her supportive husband, two fantastic children, little dog, and kitten. She’s a lover of long walks on the beach, strong cups of tea and reading a good book by candlelight. Find out more at: Twitter: Facebook:

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