Lady Moon: A Tale of Love & Magic (& Other Improbable, Unpredictable Things)

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With wit, charm, and a heaping dose of magical madness, Ms. Thomson has churned up a splendid tale that truly captures the heart of the reader. When I read the summary for the book, I instantly felt an unquenchable desire to read it. But it wasn't just a desire; it was a necessity.

And boy, was I impressed when I delved into it. The author clearly knows what she's doing. The writing is very descriptive, without boring the reader with long-winded explanations. Her writing style is so witty and fresh and clean that I can't help loving it. Characters can be a make-or-break deal for me. If I'm not connecting to the characters, you might as well forget it. Thomson managed to make me fall in love with all of her delightful cast. Tomas, the insatiably happy Immortal; Celine, the scrub-bush throwing princess with a wombat for a friend; Sir Brian, the chivalrous suit of armor; and even Ignus Umbria, the power-hungry if not a bit silly magician--somehow they all stole their way into my heart.

Another thing that really captivated me was the creativity. There were completely nonsensical, whimsical, and delightful things happening. Walking rosebushes, barking birds, and flammable cats--what's not to love? I truly adored the otherworldly and light-hearted feel of this book. In a way, it reminded me of Alice in Wonderland, yet it was completely different--almost a genre of its own.

I would most heartily recommend this to anyone looking for a light, fun, and amusing read. The only negative I found was that the point of view tended to skip around a little bit. And I don't mean that the POV would shift to a different character's head at the beginning of a new scene. It would sometimes jump to another POV in the middle of a scene. Other than that, I absolutely loved it! Lady Moon is good for people of all ages, but 12 might be a good age to start, solely due to the writing style which may go over some younger readers' heads.

Nothing objectionable at all. The romance was light and fun, and there's no language or violence. Rachel Starr Thomson has definitely caught my attention, and I can hardly wait to read more of her books in the future! Tomas is a charming and eccentric Immortal, hanging out on the moon because he's procrastinating his destiny--meeting, and defeating, Celine's uncle. Celine's sarcastic 'languishing' immediately put me in mind of Patricia C.

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Wrede's Dealing with Dragons series--a fairytale that gently makes fun of the usual fairytale tropes. And once again, Rachel Starr Thomson doesn't disappoint. Celine and Tomas especially Tomas made me laugh out loud at times--I enjoyed her fiesty somewhat-cluelessness and his goofy, sometimes-avoiding-the-point comments. I also had to giggle at the evil uncle's over-the-top villainy.

If you want a cute read, Lady Moon is definitely worth it. Get to Know Us. Not Enabled Word Wise: Enabled Average Customer Review: Be the first to review this item Would you like to tell us about a lower price? Delivery and Returns see our delivery rates and policies thinking of returning an item? See our Returns Policy. I truly adored the otherworldly and light-hearted feel of this book.

Lady Moon: A Tale Of Love & Magic & Other Improbable, Unpredictable Things

In a way, it reminded me of Alice in Wonderland, yet it was completely different--almost a genre of its own. I would most heartily recommend this to anyone looking for a light, fun, and amusing read. The only negative I found was that the point of view tended to skip around a little bit. And I don't mean that the POV would shift to a different character's head at the beginning of a new scene. It would sometimes jump to another POV in the middle of a scene.

Other than that, I absolutely loved it! Lady Moon is good for people of all ages, but 12 might be a good age to start, solely due to the writing style which may go over some younger readers' heads. Nothing objectionable at all. The romance was light and fun, and there's no language or violence. Rachel Starr Thomson has definitely caught my attention, and I can hardly wait to read more of her books in the future!

View all 7 comments. This book is absolutely ridiculous. And it's SO much fun!

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I'ts not deep, nor does it deign to be. But it is hilarious. Few books make me laugh out loud, but I lost track of how many times that happened.


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Granted, I read the vast majority of it in bed while while everybody else was sleeping, so I couldn't let my self laugh too loud. This book makes me laugh the way Dickens makes me laugh. The writing is the perfect mix of understatement, overstatement, and random-yet-strangely-relevant thoughts. T This book is absolutely ridiculous.

The characters are all larger than life, epically quirky, and exceptionally well defined and consistent with themselves. And where else are you going find a book that brings together wombats, walking rosebushes, epic procrastination as in centuries-long , space travel, and scrub brush projectiles that has a solid plot and actually kind of makes sense?


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  5. Feb 10, Leah Good rated it liked it Shelves: This is one of the most unique stories I've ever read. I've categorized it as fantasy, but it might be a fairy tale. Or it might be it's own genre all together! Rachel Starr Thomson is a master or should I say mistress of painting with words. Her talented word weaving is what kept me reading at the beginning of this story when I couldn't tell what was going on. The tale is one of love and courage and a great many other things. There are two main characters, Celine and Tomas. Celine is niece to a This is one of the most unique stories I've ever read.

    Celine is niece to an immortal Celine's uncle is not a particularly nice immortal, and Celine expresses her frustrations with his unkind traits by throwing scrub brushes at him. It is this habit that irritates him into throwing her to the moon Tomas is another immortal, one fated to be the destruction of Celine's uncle but quite reluctant to do so. It is not until he meets Celine that he finds motivation to fulfill his destiny.

    But it may be too late. In summary, if you enjoy quaint, whimsical, magic bespeckled stories that make sense while also feeding off the nonsensical, you'll feel like you've come home by reading this story. On the other hand, if you prefer your stories to keep you guessing in a more traditional manner, you'll quickly find yourself lost.

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    Or, perhaps, like me, you'll find yourself somewhere in the middle -- bemusedly trying to keep up. Jul 17, Catherine rated it it was amazing. It was a very nice book. I never laughed out loud, but did throughly enjoy the humor. This author is one of my favorites once I discovered her.

    I loved the book, but it ended too soon! Who became the next ruler? I suppose Tomas and Celine did, but I kinda thought Aldon might, in a sort of Lord of The Rings deal, since his 3rd great grandpa was king. And then was Tomas made mortal? Since his sword was destroyed I suppose so I wish she would've clarified that a bit more.

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    I'm taking this book too seriously for what it is, though. I loved the book anyway!!! A great read for me!!! I love the fantasy genre!!! I love everything by Miss Thomson!!! Dec 30, Rebekah rated it really liked it. A great fairy story full of adventure. I found this a really easy read. Jul 31, Mechelle rated it it was amazing.

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    This was a fun book to read! Feb 02, Deborah Hawley rated it it was amazing. I put it in that feel good range after reading. Dec 07, Stitch rated it it was amazing. Good - whimsical - fun - wholesome book. Dana Carrier rated it it was ok Sep 18, Heidi rated it really liked it Nov 17, Paula Ptomey rated it it was amazing Apr 25, Valarie Lovelight rated it really liked it Aug 02, Jessica rated it liked it Nov 28, Alexis rated it really liked it Oct 30, Bonny Rambarran rated it it was amazing Feb 05, Mara rated it it was ok Jun 25, Kathy Kexel rated it liked it Jun 20, Jennifer rated it it was amazing Jun 23, Miss Connie rated it it was amazing Dec 29, Christine Smith rated it it was amazing Feb 18, Jennifer Jungling marked it as to-read Aug 05, Annie Hawthorne marked it as to-read Feb 11, Stephanie Palacio marked it as to-read Feb 11, Christina Browne marked it as to-read Sep 19, Aubrey Rutledge marked it as to-read May 02, Leskey marked it as to-read Jun 30, Tracey Dyck marked it as to-read Jun 30, Sarah marked it as to-read Jul 01,