Running the Moon

Running the Moon After having her whole world destroyed Hatebe a living goddess among her people needed to find her path Suffering the loss of her tribe her innocence and the future she had envisioned she set out

  • Title: Running the Moon
  • Author: Tami Lynne
  • ISBN: 9781904086345
  • Page: 196
  • Format: Paperback
  • After having her whole world destroyed, Hatebe, a living goddess among her people, needed to find her path Suffering the loss of her tribe, her innocence and the future she had envisioned, she set out to battle those that took away all that she had held dear But, as she fights to keep the last remnants of her people together, she discovers that all choices have consequenAfter having her whole world destroyed, Hatebe, a living goddess among her people, needed to find her path Suffering the loss of her tribe, her innocence and the future she had envisioned, she set out to battle those that took away all that she had held dear But, as she fights to keep the last remnants of her people together, she discovers that all choices have consequences even those made for all the right reasons The highly anticipated second book of the Children of the Moon series, Running the Moon continues the story of Hatebe, a native Brunka woman living in Costa Rica during the Spanish conquests of the 16th century.

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    1. I received this as part of a Firstreads giveaway.I enjoyed this book even though I had not read the first book in the series. The author does a good job of briefly referencing and mentioning past events that the reader knows the backstory of Hatebe and her people. It was an interesting historical fiction piece. It is set in Latin America during the early stirrings of Spanish exploration which you don't see many authors use as their time period. The characters were likeable (and unlikable in som [...]

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