(BookR) Faith and Moonlight by Mark Gelineau, Joe King


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**I was provided an advance readers copy for reviewing purposes**

Pages: 97

Cover: ★★★

Book: ★★★★

Publishing Date: December 15th 2015

My review:

In Faith and Moonlight you are introduced to Roan and Kay, two orphans whose orphanage has just burned down and left them without a place to stay. By chance or dumb luck they manage to rescue a man not long after who gives them the chance of a lifetime, the chance to go to school to become a Razor. Striking fast, with supernatural grace and power the razors are the most revered soldiers in the land, and Roan and Kay cannot wait. There’s a catch though, to become a Razor, you must pierce the veil… something that usually must be done by the age of 10…. and both Roan and Kay are 14. Oh, and because they are 14 the lady who runs the school has given them a limit….They have a month.

Resonating with the pain and fear of knowing you are not going to be good enough, balanced on the razor edge that the hope you will be presents Faith and Moonlight is a solid addition to the collection of stories Joe and Mark are creating and is definitely not to be missed.


Faith and Moonlight is the first novella of the YA fantasy series of the same name. It is the tale of two orphans who get the chance of a lifetime, told in a fast-paced, 90-minutes. Reviewers compare it to Harry Potter, Divergent, and Ender’s Game. It is recommended for readers who enjoy fantasy, young adult, school stories, magic, and coming of age tales.

Roan and Kay are orphans.

A fire destroys their old life, but they have one chance to enter the School of Faith.

They are given one month to pass the entry trials, but as Roan excels and Kay fails, their devotion to each other is put to the test.

They swore they would face everything together, but when the stakes are losing the life they’ve always dreamed of, what will they do to stay together?

What won’t they do?



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