"Our world has fallen still. One half lies drenched in eternal daylight, the other cloaked in endless night. All is light or darkness. All is the sun or the moon. All but me..."
The Moth Saga, a bestselling fantasy series, tells the story of Moth, a world torn in two--its one half always in sunlight, the other cloaked in endless night. This bundle includes books four, five, and six in the series: Daughter of Moth, Shadows of Moth, and Legacy of Moth.
Many eras ago, the world of Moth fell still, leaving one side in perpetual daylight, the other in darkness. Madori might be unique in Moth: her father is a son of sunlight, her mother a daughter of darkness. As war rages between Moth's two halves, Madori must find a way to heal this broken world . . . and to heal her own torn soul.
And The Story Continues...
I suppose it may not have been clear to some, but the characters went back and re-broke the world after it had been fixed for some time, due to the people of Moth not being able to handle the world turning with each half having both a daytime and a nighttime. Book three did not spend much time focusing on this part of the story, making the ending feel rushed and somewhat ambiguous. This series, books 4 through 6, pick up basically where the last 3 left off. Arenson weaves a good tale that keeps you wanting to see what happens next, with well written characters that feel familiar and that you genuinely care about. The Moth sagas are my introduction to Arenson”s work, and I’ll definitely be taking a look at more of his writing in the near future!
After reading the first three books I was horribly confused moving into the fourth book. Inexplicably, the problem with the world being broken has suddenly returned. Granted I am only a few chapters in but if the world was broken again then shouldn't that be at the forefront of the book?!