Editorial Reviews. Review. “[RenĂ©e Raudman] uses pace and intensity to keep up with the Bayou Moon (A Novel of the Edge Book 2) – Kindle edition by Ilona Andrews. Paranormal Romance Kindle eBooks @ Ilona Andrews Bayou Moon I enjoyed Bayou Moon, which takes place in the Edge, a strip of land between two dimensions, the Weird and the. Cerise Mar and her clan are cash poor but land rich, claiming a large swathe of the Mire, the Edge swamplands. When her parents vanish, her clan’s long-time.

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Andreas here, in the Edge, the trees grew vast, fed by magic, and the forest was old. And the main badass survived. Yes, I am cheesy. What can I say? That’s this book in a nutshell. It’s awkwardly integrated largely because William and Cerise are generally apolitical and insular, although for different reasons.

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Cerise MarWilliam Wolf. Urban, Paranormal, Magical etc. William leapt off the porch. They let the children catch them.

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I don’t know what to say about it. See the little stars up there?

He worked his job in the Broken, watched TV on weekends, drank lots of beer, collected action figures, and generally pretended that the previous twenty-six years of his life had not occurred. And wonderfully self-controlled, considering.


For those who have not read these books, The Edge is a place that exists as kind of a buffer zone between our world The Broken There are a lot of things that I enjoyed about Bayou Moon. I became totally indifferent to the terrible covers though this is not the worst by far – that title still goes to the otherwise wondrous series of Hidden Legacy.

Cerise’s family was full of characters, each one distinctive. It was supposed to be a simple tracking exercise. After the opposing family tries taking over one of her family’s estates, at the same time as her parents mysteriously vanish, something obviously needs to be done about it.

I hate giving 3 stars to one of IA’s booksbut it was slow. Andrews wrote it, so I enjoyed it. Maybe it’s just me: Buddy read with IAA.


Only a “Lord Leatherpants” tossed here and there. Still, he tried with Rose. He was given plenty of corpses to practice necromancy on and he was taking rapier lessons.

That was all right. William and Cerise are amazing on their own. Along with his absolute loyalty and protective drive, it made me like him.

Their interactions are so much fun, and their reactions to each other are priceless.

That must be it, right? The best that ever was. I loved them for themselves. So apparent that I was actually a little turned off and confused, but when he instantly connects with Cerise it is much more understandable.

October 1st Point-of-View: It utterly amazes me. The boy was barely ten years old, his skin stark white against the smudges of crimson that spread from a gaping wound in his stomach.