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Moon Tribe: Revelation
 
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Sam Dei Lune
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Moon Tribe: Revelation

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Moon Tribe: Revelation

Eighteen year old, painfully average, Danni is all set to start college in the fall, or so she thought. Danni's well planned life spins wildly out of control when she meets confident and mysterious Charlie, the beautiful boy who introduces her to the supernatural world in which she is destined to play an integral role.

Will she join the ancient ways
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Kindle Edition, 142 pages
Published (first published April 11th 2011)
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Mitch Cross
Nov 05, 2011 rated it it was amazing
Moon Tribe: Revelation is a fantastic story. The characters are relatable, interesting, and engaging. There are many thrills, laughs, and pain. Mixes various elements and it is smart and pure. The book does a fantastic job revealing how dreadful extreme self-preservation can be and how grand self-sacrifice can be. I was pleased the author was able to hit on such points while shying away from creating something that read as over-the-top self-righteous, pretentious, with an over amplified sense of ...more
Pax Rolfe
Oct 06, 2011 rated it really liked it
Quality YA with an interesting premise.
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Sam Dei Lune is an American author, poet, editor, and publisher, best known for her work in horror, thriller, and fantasy fiction.

Sam Dei Lune's writing reflects her literary theory that a work should only be as extensive and explanatory as the reader may need, as anything beyond that is writing for the sake of text.

Dei Lune's work is influenced by her academic career in psychology and forensic sc
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