May 09, 11
Read from May 04 to 09, 2011 — I own a copy
In Changeling: Dark Moon (book two in the series), Trey, Alexa, Tom and Charles are on a mission to try and save Lucien, Alexa’s father, who was bitten by his brother, Caliban. Lucien is now dying because of it and the only thing that can save him is Mynor’s Globe, which is in the possession of Gwendolin, Alexa’s mother, an evil mage who is working with Caliban. There’s still a spy on the loose in Lucien’s offices, so the group has to be careful as they try and track down the location of the Tower of Leroth, a moving portal between the human world and the Netherworld that Gwendolin and Caliban use as their base. In addition, it appears that they’re trying to raise the undead to do their bidding in their attempt to take over the human world.
Changeling, even more so than Wereling, doesn’t read like a young YA book (the main character, Trey, is 14 in the first one and just turns 15 in the second). For one thing, Feasey has no problem killing characters and not in a Harry Potter point your wand and say one word and your dead way. I liked this book better than the first; we get to know the characters a little more and there are a couple of parallel story lines that alternate being told. There’s also a little twist at the end, which takes the next book in a completely different and interesting direction.