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The Quarter Moon (Afterlife Saga #4)

4.44 of 5 stars 4.44  ·  rating details  ·  1,171 ratings  ·  92 reviews
With Keira finding death on her door she is suddenly plunged into a world of the unknown and has to face it alone…or does she? Soon this new life is filled with heartache, shadowed followers and cryptic messages, that only promise to lead her deeper into world of the supernatural like never before.
For Keira, even taking a breath without the other half of her soul is painf
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Published December 12th 2013
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Well #4 done and I need to have more, don't know what I will do when I have no more Draven to look forward to. Loved this read as much as the first three, this book seemed to take a little turn sending you to new realms and characters and as usual I love the ones Stephanie creates good and bad alike. I noticed a few harsh reviews with a lot of language so I would also like to add that no one is ever going to like every book they read and you may not like one when there are others who will love i ...more
Can't decide whether I love or hate the book. I love the story and all of the books preceding, but have been left frustrated with the ending. Now for the torturous wait for the next instalment!!
One reaction at the end of this 4th book : WHAT THE F**K??!!!???

A real rollercoaster. We begin pretty high and keep going higher in term of mystery, suspens, excitement and hot guys (quite a few interesting specimen here :) ). Then we go a bit slower and quieter when Lucius comes back in the picture to finally reach the pick when Keira finally finds Draven. And I have to say, I had some serious murder urges towards him, still have.
I was nearly crying by the end of the book but ended but very ex
Crave Drave
Stephanie Hudson has just announced that The Quarter Moon will be released this year!! More details to follow! It's on Facebook!

How exciting!
Draven for the first time I wanted to punch you. Nice to see Keira coming into herself and not so whiny. I do not want this saga to end. Fab book again Stephanie thanks. Roll on the next book.
Another brilliant book in the series !!!

It is going to be so hard to write this review without giving the plot details away but I will try my best.

The books picks up right where previous ended. Keira goes on a rollercoaster of a journey in this book. You don't get to see too much of many of the characters in the previous book but we are introduced to plenty of new ones.

The book is very well written and there are some very clever puzzle's that Keira has to figure out that really will give you a
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Book Review: The Quarter Moon (Afterlife saga, #4) by Stephanie Hudson

Another thrilling and immeasurably profound supernatural masterpiece from Stephanie Hudson as she steers the Afterlife Saga in a whole new direction. Be prepared to partake in the journey of a lifetime. Dark, decadent, thrilling and totally unstoppable. Kelly, Perusing Princesses

“This was Afterlife and inside, I had found that in the literal sense in more ways than one. It both contained the elements of dreams and nightmares,
After reading this book I was left feeling really unsettled and thought I really didn’t like this book and thought what the hell was Stephanie thinking! After reading the book I felt oh that was pointless I’m not reading anymore of this series! However after some needed sleep and thinking about it I realized that I was feeling sad that's why I said I wasn't reading anymore but there’s no way I could give up on this beautiful story.

On reflection I realized that even though this is still my least
Mrs Stephanie Hudson has done it again with a fantastic nail gripping 4th book in the Afterlife saga. The wait for this book was well worth waiting for, as it got me straight in the heart.
All my favourite characters where included and some new faces appeared in Keira's quest.
This book will give you one big roller coaster of a ride, as Mrs Husdon can make you feel so many different emotions that you don't know if you coming or going.
Many congratulations Mrs. Stephanie Hudson - Dravenites you RULE
Honest to goodness I was really getting frustrated with this book. I mean I waited ages for a bit of you know who and I was slowly tortured until it happened. But that is typical of Stephanie Hudson she draws you in with her beautifully descriptive writing, pulls at your heart strings and right at the end when you want more she pings it back. You wouldn't believe what Keira has to go through in this book, I mean how much more can this girl/chosen one take!
Bring on the next book, I can't wait. Cr
Joanne Maltas
wow wow i just love this saga !! and actually shouted out loud a the ending no way!! cant wait for next one !!!!!
Cathie Power
Omg, I hope it's not too long a wait for the next instalment as I crave the drave!!!!
Let me rant first....

Oh Keira how I loathe you.


Only Keira would set out on a journey to bring her dead boyfriend/soulmate/love of her life back from the dead but make out with his brother Vincent, roll around and have an orgasm in bed with Sigurd your shadow protector, bond with him, make out with Jared, then to turn around and almost have sex with Lucius all the way down to getting butt ass naked and he is two seconds from thrusting inside of you but then you guys only stop because
UPDATE: So I've read the teaser chapters for the Fall releasing book The Pentagram Child. And I CANNOT wait. Oh we're in for some drama for sure. Draven is back and there's gonna be some major conflict with this guy Alex!

The very definition of ROLLERCOASTER RIDE! Again... I love Lucius! Pip is the best. This roller coaster ride has me dizzy though. The ending.... I think I know what's coming. And it'll take everyone to save her ass this time. Oh and I wish her and Vincent would have just had som
Not the best

I really thought we would come to a better ending with book 4. I loved the first three books but this left me disappointed in a way I cannot explain. I just felt empty. 489 pages that built up to.....?
Phew! What the hell just happened??

1st off 772 pages long! I don't think I have ever spent so many days on a book (work & Christmas shopping getting in the way!) what a journey though, some fantastic new alpha men! It was nice to see old faces Lucien, Pip & Adam. Not forgetting the lovely Vincent..

After a shaky start ( it was a bit Edward & Bella when he left her? ) the rest of the book flowed beautifully! Please tell me we don't have to wait until next year before the next instalm
The first book took a little time to get into, but once I did, I just couldn't put it down. The second book introduced some new characters and gave us the opportunity to really get to know the characters we grew to love in the first book. The third book brought a new cast of characters that I just loved instantly and brought the storyline to a whole different level. I just finished the fourth book and my mind is steel trying to wrap around all the ever-changing events that took place. Over all t ...more
Allison Martin
Well what can I say..... I down loaded this book the day it was released but I was banned from reading it by my husband as we were away on a 3 night break in London at the time so understandable. As you all know get your head into a good book and nothing else exist..... Anyhow, I had some other books to read first which I had downloaded before hand so I saved the best till last and I wasn't wrong in that. This book really was a roller coaster of emotions, a few of the reviews have expressed a li ...more
Ok, so my take on this series so far. Extremely frustrating to read. Although I do have to say I am so happy that I forced myself to keep reading to the end. Because hell if I have said it before, Keira is infuriating and more so is Dominic. Also the book is a little overkill with the detail. I mean I don't find it necessary to describe in explicit detail every item of clothing that every character and subcharacters are wearing. Other than that minor pet peeve of mine, this series was downright ...more
3 words. What The Hell??
End of rant. I liked it but was sorely disappointed there wasn't enough Draven. Come on 2014 for the next book so it can heal my broken heart!!!

This series is always one that can be counted on for weirdly confusing. You really have to pay a lot of attention. The heroin in this series is exasperating and even with all that she has gone through, she has some serious maturity issues. But hey, the supernatural world is a tough place to be in, so I guess I should give her some slack. The continuity is there, the story is engaging and the other characters are strong enough to keep you wondering what's next so the precocious chi
Laura Fisher
Well I'm utterly heartbroken I really need counselling haha
only thing that's getting me by is knowing there's another
Stephanie Huddleston
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Lisa Korn
I couldn't stop crying...

The tears kept coming, mingling with the laughter. I can't wait till the next book as I am thoroughly frustrated by how people won't ask what they really want to know. Instead there is way too much assumption going on. I love how selfless 'Kaz and Dom both are when it comes to each other, but if they would just tell each other why some things are happening...well I guess it would not be the amazing story that it is. I Highly Recommend this series to all of this genre liv
Where do I even begin…this start off from where book 3 left off with that cliffhanger. Keira is devastated from the news she has received about Draven. She is not coping with the loss of him and she is going out of her way to find out what really happened. In the mean time, she becomes and aunty and even helps with this amazing delivery. By having her niece, it eases the pain a little, but she is still determined to find out what happened to the love of her life.

She has a run in with Vincent, a
Stephanie Maynard
Oct 30, 2014 Stephanie Maynard rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: everyone
Recommended to Stephanie by: myself
19% into the book so far and it is still just as awesome. The author definitely knows her stuff. I am on edge trying to figure out what is going to happen I can't believe some of the stuff Keira had to go thru it makes me want to kick Draven, but I still love him lol.

45% into book and OMG. First off I love kiera's shadowed protector sighurd, he is awesome and super hott! I can't believe she has to try to get into hell. And the Oracle was so not what I expected lol, but as always looks can be dec
Ahh I hate writing reviews on books but with this one I felt the need to vent how pissed off I am. I'm only writing a review on this book but it's for all 4 books because I suck at writing reviews. So here we go... These are quite long books so naturally you are going to get attached to the characters when you read all 4 books like 5 days. I loved them, don't get me wrong Kiera I wanted to shake through most of the books, especially the 3rd one where I seriously hated her she drove me insane, bu ...more
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Most frustrating and confusing ending & then the preview for the next book was equally as tormenting as it begins 10 months down the line...

I do love this story and how its written with the characters ect... But one does have to wonder what next? How far can you go until people turn around and get bored with the riddles and confusion?

I loved the first three books and although I did enjoy this book and I am truly impatiently looking forward to the next, I do hope th
Well a difficult review I loved this book, hated it, inspired by it,fustrated then bored with it, excited, then finely loved it. So many emotions your made to feel

Book starts out with Keira being told bad news and her life comes to an end of what she become to love and know. Keira sister goes into labour early and Carrick is on the side side lines but helps Keira in the end with a traumatic birth . So not a role of a soul taker. Keira is first warned by Sigurd who later comes into the scene and
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