All Hallows Moon (Seasons of the Moon, #2)
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All Hallows Moon (Seasons of the Moon #2)

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Rylie survived becoming a werewolf at great cost. She moves to her aunt’s ranch in the hopes she can enroll in a new high school and quietly continue her life... with a few distinct changes. She transforms into a beast every new and full moon and struggles to control her murderous urges.

Without many werewolves left, it’s hard to stay in hiding. A family of hunters -- Elean...more
ebook, 189 pages
Published September 5th 2011 by Red Iris Books
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Big fat disclaimer: I love werewolves. Like, I get ridiculously excited whenever a new werewolf book/author/movie/whatever pops up on my radar because those werewolves are just so darn fun to play with. That said, I tend to gravitate toward the paranormal romances (mmm... big strong Alpha who need to claim their mate) where the werewolves in question are strong, powerful individuals. So, when I first read book1 I was pleasantly surprised to find myself enjoying Rylie's tale as much as I did. I m...more
"All Hallows Moon" was an okay sequel.

Rylie was still slightly dumb, and done some ridiculous things, but she wasn't as bad as she was in Six Moon Summer.

There was a bit more action in this one, which was mainly due to the arrival of Seth's mum and brother. They didn't see Rylie in the same light Seth did, They just wanted her dead.

The romance between Rylie and Seth was a huge factor in the book, but just like in book one, i didn't really care for it.

I already had the pleasure of reading the first book of the Seasons of the Moon series by SM Reine, so when I got the chance to review the next book I honestly couldn't resist. As much as sequels have this tendency to be weaker, thus all too often not living up to my expectations, this was absolutely not the case here.
All Hallows' Moon takes off were the first book ended. Not able to cope with the city life Rylie now lives on her aunt's ranch in a small town, struggling to fit in at the new scho...more
It doesn’t happen very often, but when it does it’s amazing. I’m talking about the moment you realize that a sequel in a series is even better than the first book. That’s exactly how I felt when I finished All Hallows Moon.

I really liked Six Moon Summer. It was a great YA read that took me by surprise. It had a different take on werewolves and a lot of twists and turns that really qualified it as a true page turner. Things got even more interesting in All Hallows Moon.

This book takes up almost w...more
A Book Vacation
Wow! And I do mean WOW! This is a phenomenal sequel to Six Moon Summer, and while I enjoyed Six Moon Summer, I have to say that this sequel takes the cake. Reine has created a truly amazing book that had me glued to the pages from the very beginning, and I’m still reeling after the conclusion.

Rylie and Seth have both changed in this novel, endearing them further to my heart—especially Seth; I think I’m in love, and I’m so glad that he’s more of a part of the story in this sequel. Reine’s charac...more
Elizabeth Jane
I based my opinion on this book originally just by looking at the cover...I know! I should definitely know better by now because aren't the covers to super awesome books like Jane Eyre and Wuthering Heights terribly drab and boring? Anywho, I saw the cover of this book and thought to myself that not only would I become quickly bored with copycat/mediocre paranormal writing, I would also have a difficult time drudging through it. Oh how I was wrong! I loved this book! The author has a stunning us...more
Rinny Rainwind
Book 2 . This one was even better than the first. I really like the character development and the story progression. The main character just gets stronger as she changes from month to month. I look forward to more in this series.
All Hallows Moon by R.M Riene is a 2011 publication. I was provided a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

Rylie has made the ultimate sacrifice for Seth and is now on the run for her life. She manages to make it to her Aunt Gwyn's farm. She still must fight against Seth's family and still try to somehow behave like a normal teenager. Her aunt isn't stupid and knows something really huge happened at summer camp. She is the best support system Rylie has had up to now. It appears he...more
Sherilyn Hill
I have mixed feelings about this book. There are a few things I liked and a few things I didn't. I can't really decide what rating I want to give this book either.

I feel like this type of story is potentially really good but the execution of it.. not quite up to bar yet. I feel like the characters fall flat, I don't believe in the characters. I am not good at analyzing stories, I read to get away not to analyse every word, sentence and period, so when I don't like something I don't always know w...more
All Hallows Moon
Werewolves Plus Halloween This is Totally Original

Well, it was better than the last book. In that I didn't spend the whole time drowning in teenage sad feels. Werewolf bits are still fun, enjoyed pretty much any scene with Gwen in it, and I continue to be amazed that Rylie has any friends at all. Or rather, I continue to be amazed that Rylie can't figure out why she has no friends. Look, I get the hyper aggression due to lycanthropy and I respect that not everyone is going to g...more
I'm totally in love with this story!!

When I first began this series, I was worried by the length of the books, which were about half the size of most novels I read. That being said, Reine has a talent for storytelling and Rylie and Seth's story doesn't suffer in the least. Honestly, I have no complaints about the length at all. I find these two books perfect. The storyline doesn't drag, the action is intense and doesn't fall flat, the characters are deep and likable in their various roles, and t...more
The beginning picks up a couple months after Rylie completed the transformation from half wolf to a full WW (werewolf). She hitchhiked across the country (?) to her aunt Gwyn's ranch in hopes to get away from her life, start new, hide from hunters, and control her wolf. Hitchhiking close to a full moon didn't turn to be a good idea as she shifts and almost kills (but badly scares) the trucker. She finally makes it to her aunt's house and had a nice little live beef steak along the way. Being a n...more
Rylie has grown since her life changing summer camp, but she's still a teenage girl -- with a bloodthirsty animal inside of her. In the last book Rylie was lost and trying to survive, and thought she hasn't fully adapted, you can notice how she's grown. Things are still not easy for Rylie -- her inner struggles feel real for the reader and you can almost smell the wolf at times.

We're seeing a new setting for this book. Rylie is moving to live with her aunt Gwyn in a small town, because the wolf...more
Thomas Amo
All Hallows Moon the second book of the Seasons of the Moon series, doesn't miss a beat! From page one I was hooked. Six Moon Summer was my favorite read of Summer 2011 and AHM is on par without question. Sara Reine's continuation with Rylie's struggle is fast paced, well plotted and delivers an equally entertaining book as her first. Camp is over and now Rylie has gone to live with her aunt on a remote farm, far from the bustling city where human contact is unavoidable. However living on a farm...more
As a print book I would give it only three stars, but as eBooks go "All hallows' moon" is a real gem. SM Reine delivers a classic take on the werewolf genre; think "Ginger Snaps" with more romance.

Given the length of the story, about 140 pages, I thought her to do well at showing the conflict main character Riley goes through, fighting the character changes the turning had wrought on her, being short tempered and always on the edge of paranoia, as well as the problem of not being able to remembe...more
Karen Anderson-harker
So I picked up this book from the Amazon Lending Library for Kindle. I figured that since it was a loan and I wasn't sure how that all works, I would get to reading it right away. It took me a couple of weeks to read it, only because time wouldn't allow me to read more than a chapter or two a day.
I started reading this without many expectations. I've not really read any werewolf books aside from Silver Bullet and Twilight.
I will tell you that the characters were likable. I could understand Ryl...more
Sarah Kalaitzidis
This second book was just so good, I loved it so damn much, you got to learn more about Seth's family, seeing what they did. Again this book ended on a cliffhanger leaving you wanting more, which I'm glad there is not a third book out. You got to see more of Rylie as a werewolf in this book and I seriously do like that fact even though werewolves are blood thirsty killers in this book.

Rylie's personality has changed much more in this book but she still tries to act the same. It's her werewolf th...more
Richard Hayes
Rylie has the normal problems for a teenage girl moving from her city home to her aunts ranch. You know, new girl in town, knows no one, new school, no malls and oh yes, one other; she is a werewolf. Changing before she can get to her aunts house, she wakes up looking for her clothes and finds out she has killed a cow while changed. She finds enough to wear to get to her aunt and her adventure begins. Barely able to keep the wolf at bay she gets a bad reputation as a trouble maker. Then one day...more
ALL HALLOWS MOON (Seasons of the Moon #2) by S.M. Reine

ALL HALLOWS MOON is the second instalment in S.M Reine’s young adult Seasons of the Moon series focusing on a young bitten female werewolf and the hunters trying to take her down. This storyline is not your typical werewolf scenario-there are no glittery or easy transitions from human to wolf, but one fraught with pain, suffering, blood and loss of humanity. Rylie is a 15 year old high school student who, while away at summer camp, fought to...more
Melissa Levine
Somehow I was confused about this series. I read New Moon Summer (Seasons of the Moon: Cain Chronicles, #1) and then went onto All Hallows Moon (Seasons of the Moon, #2) thinking it was a part of the same series. hahaha What can I say brain fart. So I haven't read the first 'Seasons of the Moon" series. Oh well. Moving on....

When Rylie starts school, one of her first days, she's in geography class. Rylie notes that her class consists of only 8 students. So why would the teacher have them get int...more
All Hallows Moon is the epic sequel to Six Moon Summer. In this book we get to see Rylie's character grow and develop in a new environment and it's very interesting. Reine's writing is still on top form and doesn't disappoint in the slightest The reader is hooked from the first pages and is gripped in Rylies jaws until the very last page. We got to see many more characters come into play and each were very interesting and all had a part to play in Rylies future, be it good or bad.

All Hollows Mo...more
Well this is the second book in the Seasons of the Moon series, and I was not disappointed. I liked SIX MOON SUMMER and decided to read the second book...It was good. Full of suspense...I was glad that we as the readers got to meet Abel. And by the way, love the name Abel...:) I was looking forward to this book for a while and everytime time I think I will buy it, I'll get sidetracked by another book that came out.
This was a good tale. I didn't enjoy it as much as I thought I would. I had a har...more
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This is the second book in the ‘Seasons of the Moon’ series, and kicks off a few weeks after the end of book 1 ‘Six Moon Summer’.
**Warning – some unavoidable spoilers for book 1 ‘Six Moon Summer’.**
Riley can’t live in the city since becoming a werewolf, so she’s off to the country to live with her aunt on her farm.
Things aren’t going to be easy for Riley though, and she can’t hide that she’s a werewolf for long, especially not with hunters in town....more
I reviewed the first book in this series, Six Moon Summer, a while ago, and I loved it! I was thrilled to hear that there was going to be another book, and since then I've also learned that there are going to be even more books...two, I believe! :D

By my enthusiasm for the next two books you can probably already tell that I liked All Hallows' Moon...actually, I loved it! I thought that it was a fantastic sequel! S.M. Reine did a fabulous job with it! I loved that she didn't reiterate what happene...more
Larry Kollar
Feb 28, 2012 Larry Kollar rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Anyone over 16 who likes werewolves/horror
Shelves: horror, ya, urban-fantasy
It would be really easy to dismiss All Hallows Moon, and its companion books, as yet another "reluctant teen monster" story. While that's the centerpiece, it doesn't overwhelm the other threads.

Rylie is a city girl, except that she's also a werewolf, and becomes a monster once a month. (The author manages to avoid the obvious joke.) To avoid killing someone, she leaves the city for her aunt's ranch where she can let the wolf run free on adjacent federal lands. Of course, there are complications:...more
Pam Green
Originally posted on At Home Between the Pages

This book starts out with Rylie hitch-hiking her way to her aunt’s house where she will live, so she doesn’t have to worry about the wolf being stuck in a New York City apartment. Rylie is so very different now from the girl who was dropped off at summer camp three months prior. As can be expected, becoming a full-fledged werewolf has changed her in more ways than one. She’s tougher now, and she has ridiculous moods swings when the moons come. I can’...more
Ashley Hill
This book just show cases how great this series keeps getting. The intro scene let alone rocks!!! Still in creepy details we see how much pain Rylie goes through every full and new moon, all thanks to one summer at a camp.

She's more fierce yet she still holds dear to her human side, which makes her an amazing character. Not only do we get to see her develop we also get to see through her love interest, Seth's, eyes.
At the end of Six Moon Summer, we got to see through him and that's when I start...more
I think the same of this book as I do with the first. Unfortunately two things. 1st - I purchased this book along with the first book because a lot of the reviews on Amazon were good reviews stating they were anticipating the second book. Well, I didn't like the first book and would NOT have even started reading this second one. 2nd - thing, I didn't finish this book because it just isn't written very well. The actual storyline is a good one. But all the gore and inconsistencies and things that...more
Nov 17, 2013 Sam rated it 4 of 5 stars
Shelves: 2013
The story takes another step in the right direction with this installment. The writing is twice as good as before and the characters really endear themselves to the reader over the novel. The ending is just as amazing as the first one and it’s hard to put down.
There are several new characters introduced, most notably Gwyn, Abel, Tate and Eleanor. Gwyn and Eleanor are pretty fully fleshed out but Tate, as handy as he is to have around, seems little more than a best-friend character the author is...more
This was a great book to read. It was a good way to continue on the series. I enjoyed reading it. It's not too long of a book and it's not just your typical werewolf story. It keeps your attention all throughout the whole story and it never got boring for me. The story is well-written and is a good book overall.
I would recommend this book to anyone who likes to read werewolf stories with a twist.
I hope you enjoy All Hallows Moon by S.M. Reine!
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