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Frost Moon by Anthony Francis
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Apr 30, 2010

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bookshelves: horror, vampires

A pleasant surprise. Read under anything but the best of circumstances Frost Moon surprised me in a pleasant manner. On first brush it could be described as an anti-Twilight book. The female protagonist is neither a super-hero nor does she orbit around anyone else. More refreshing (and more unusual) the inhabitants of the our "edgewood" such as members of the bdsm culture are treated as varied individuals rather than stereotypes and cardboard cutouts. The world in which the protagonist, Dakota Frost, lives is clearly both like ours and unlike ours. One does not need to know about this world exhaustively in order to follow and enjoy the story--at the same time that world is interesting enough that I want to read more stories set in it. The varied 'worlds' that intersect in the story; bdsm, vampires, weres and tattoo artists are presented in such a way that I am convinced that the author knows each well enough to set a story in that world alone.

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