Othermoon (Otherkin #2) by Nina Berry
Paperback, 320 pages
Expected publication: January 29th 2013 by K-Teen
Rating: 4/5 Stars
Everyone has secrets. I had no idea mine would lead me into shadow. Dez has found the place where she belongs. With the otherkin. With Caleb. Or so she thought. As the barriers between our world and Othersphere fall, a wall rises between Dez and Caleb, leaving her fiercest enemy her only friend.
And maybe something more.
Now Dez must make a devastating choice: keep the love of her life, or save the otherkin from annihilation.
***This copy was provided by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.***
Ok let me start out by saying this book was just off the charts amazing. I loved everything about it from the beginning. We jump right into the action with this book with Dez having to deal with Lazar. She finds out just how much her world is changing again too and it may not necessarily be in a good way. I loved how Dez was such a strong heroine and you know that is one of my weaknesses. I absolutely live for strong heroines that can handle themselves and Dez is so fierce. She is kick butt when she is a human and then when she is a shifter she takes it to a completely different level.
Dez and the others involved in ending the Ximon’s plans in Otherkin have all had their homes broken in to. They discover that every one of them is missing something that contains their DNA. Deciding that this can not be good and Ximon must be up to something again Dez and gang head out to the new school.
Choices are made, secrets are kept and Dez might have to sacrifice her love for saving the world. An enemy is helping her and her friends and family don’t understand, leaving her isolated from the group. Facing obstacles at every turn, Dez must rely on her inner-strength to make sure they all survive, even when it might cost her everything she holds dear.
I loved all the action too in this one. It kept the story moving and flowing so well because it was edge of your seat action that kept you wanting to read more to see what was going to happen. I have to say I liked the world building when the kids went to Las Vegas and meet at the casinos. It was nice to see all the glitz and glimmer that comes with that area. I was funny to see all the kids interacting with one another and what all they were learning at the school. It was that kind of training that was good for them to have when it was time to battle the Tribunal. I have to say that I cried at the end of the book and was so upset about how it ended. I really need the author to get the next book out soon because I have to know how this is all going to play out. Overall this was a great read and I highly recommend it to lovers of shifter reads and of a great story.