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The Prophecy (Daughters of the Moon #11)

4.01  ·  Rating details ·  3,749 Ratings  ·  43 Reviews
Catty almost has her hands on the Scroll and its power to destroy the Atrox, but time is running out. Anyone who sets foot near the cursed parchment will die, and it's about to go on display at the local art museum. Before Catty can steal it, the Scroll is hand delivered to her by a surprising messenger. . . but this gift has strings. In return she must travel to the dark ...more
Hardcover, 288 pages
Published June 7th 2004 by Volo (first published June 1st 2004)
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May 01, 2012 rated it it was amazing
This book was awesome. It had been a while since reading about one of the daughters cause the last book about Maggie but it wasn't hard at all getting back into the groove of things. I was so wrapped in this book that I literally could not put it down. Thank goodness it is summer or I wouldn't have finished it. It only took me 3 days to finish and its not a short book. Anyway, This one's about Catty who has to find the scroll. Along the way she meets her father and a cute boy. The only thing tha ...more
May 13, 2008 rated it really liked it
Lynne is starting to lose her grip on the excitment of the book. There was still a great plot, nice action, but the ending was slightly predictable.
this book was so amazing. with all the twists and turns. you never know what is going to happen. i would recomend this book to anyone who loves romance/daring books!
Katie Iupe
Jun 02, 2017 rated it liked it
These books are starting to go just a bit downhill for me. Nothing really wrong, but it's always SO repetitive. Another random dude that turns out to be something else. Another girl denying they are something else. Everyone talking about how Stanton is really a bad guy. It's just getting a little ... blah. I like Catty though, so I liked this side of the story.
Oct 06, 2010 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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4 out of 5

Catty finds the Scroll in a local art museum, however, before she gets a chance to steal it, it suddenly goes missing. Though, when someone recently close to her hands-delivers this “gift” to her, she finds out it has strings attached. Will these conditions be worth it?

I decided to do a better review of the Daughters of the Moon series by Lynne Ewing si
Jul 29, 2011 rated it it was ok
What the fuck?

You think Maggie is dead, but you never bother to even LOOK at her apartment?

Jimena clearly still has some powers, and Magggie is probably dead, so instead of just telling your GOOD/BEST friend the truth, you decide you can't tell her who she was?

The scroll wants to go with Catty, but any attempt to get it to her is thwarted by the scroll?

Thank freaking goodness that SOMEONE in this book - Catty's father - has a sense of modesty that called for his daughter to cover up, but too bad
Sarah Crawford
Jan 15, 2016 rated it did not like it
This is the 11th book in the Daughters of the Moon series. Catty is planning to steal the Secret Scroll from the museum. She falls for a guy named Kyle, but he's been sent to bring her to her evil father. Her mother had been a Daughter of the Moon, but turned to evil when she fell for Catty's father.

It is, of course, a trap.

Kyle rescues her.

One of the things that sort of bothers me about this series is how the girls don't really devote enough serious attention to their situation. Granted, they
Emily Leathers
Jul 17, 2011 rated it did not like it
Recommends it for: no one
Wow, this has got to be the raciest 'young adult' book I've encountered. The author goes out of her way to describe the (supposed to be) alluring details of the girls outfits at every opportunity (explaining just how low their jeans always seem to sit...), as well as spending way too much time detailing the 'tempting' thoughts of the narrating character as she interacts with one of the male characters. I was pretty concerned to find this in the same house as my middle-school sister - I have no i ...more
Tara Day
Mar 27, 2012 rated it really liked it
Catty gets a new taste for darkness in this book and I love it. Unlike her fellow Daughters, it's in her blood - not necessarily just a part of her. I would have liked to hear more about her father and it is mentioned that she sees all these memories of him in a certain scene, but you never hear any of them in detail - which might have been a nice touch to add.

I do love how Lynne Ewing went ventured into Nefandus - explaining that it was the realm that Catty was trapped in before. And she truly
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Lynne Ewing is an American author and a screen writer.

She always had to move around a lot when she was growing up because her father was in the Marine Corps. She has two sisters. Lynne graduated from high school in Lima, Peru after attending seven other schools. While she was in Peru, she learned to speak Spanish. She attended the University of California at Santa Barbara. When she was 30 years ol
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Daughters of the Moon (1 - 10 of 13 books)
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  • Into the Cold Fire (Daughters of the Moon, #2)
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