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SAVAGE TERROR WAITS UNDER A DARKENING MOON. Seeking to escape her psychopathic husband, Jessica Lobato flees Chicago with her five-year-old daughter Megan. Reaching the small town of Hope Springs, Oklahoma, they rent a trailer house out in the country and think they're finally safe. But this small town has a very dark secret; one that emerges when the moon is full. A pack SAVAGE TERROR WAITS UNDER A DARKENING MOON. Seeking to escape her psychopathic husband, Jessica Lobato flees Chicago with her five-year-old daughter Megan. Reaching the small town of Hope Springs, Oklahoma, they rent a trailer house out in the country and think they're finally safe. But this small town has a very dark secret; one that emerges when the moon is full. A pack of werewolves hides amongst the populace and secretly kills selected people to satisfy their hunger. Megan is the next chosen by the pack to be devoured during the upcoming full eclipse of the moon. Jessica is about to learn there are worse things to fear in the night than a murderous husband. Ebon Moon is a tense, bestial tale of lycanthrope horror the way a werewolf novel should be.


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SAVAGE TERROR WAITS UNDER A DARKENING MOON. Seeking to escape her psychopathic husband, Jessica Lobato flees Chicago with her five-year-old daughter Megan. Reaching the small town of Hope Springs, Oklahoma, they rent a trailer house out in the country and think they're finally safe. But this small town has a very dark secret; one that emerges when the moon is full. A pack SAVAGE TERROR WAITS UNDER A DARKENING MOON. Seeking to escape her psychopathic husband, Jessica Lobato flees Chicago with her five-year-old daughter Megan. Reaching the small town of Hope Springs, Oklahoma, they rent a trailer house out in the country and think they're finally safe. But this small town has a very dark secret; one that emerges when the moon is full. A pack of werewolves hides amongst the populace and secretly kills selected people to satisfy their hunger. Megan is the next chosen by the pack to be devoured during the upcoming full eclipse of the moon. Jessica is about to learn there are worse things to fear in the night than a murderous husband. Ebon Moon is a tense, bestial tale of lycanthrope horror the way a werewolf novel should be.

30 review for Ebon Moon

  1. 4 out of 5

    C C

    Jessica and her daughter Megan are fleeing from dark times in Chicago. Unfortunately, they chose the wrong town in Oklahoma to settle down in... Part of the problem I had with the book is that there are a lot of characters that are not particularly sympathetic ((view spoiler)[and those that are quickly become werewolf chow (hide spoiler)] ) and I didn't feel particularly driven to continue the book outside of watching what the werewolves do next. And they do quite a bit - there's a lot of good act Jessica and her daughter Megan are fleeing from dark times in Chicago. Unfortunately, they chose the wrong town in Oklahoma to settle down in... Part of the problem I had with the book is that there are a lot of characters that are not particularly sympathetic ((view spoiler)[and those that are quickly become werewolf chow (hide spoiler)] ) and I didn't feel particularly driven to continue the book outside of watching what the werewolves do next. And they do quite a bit - there's a lot of good action and transformation going on, I just couldn't get into it. Good ending, maybe went one night too long on the story. So I'm left with an okay werewolf horror novel with decently developed werewolves. Perhaps you'll find it more gripping than I did. I keep flipping in my mind whether this is a 3 or a 4. Would I reread it? Probably not. 3.

  2. 4 out of 5

    SirHyde

    This book was decent. I'm actually writing this review quite awhile after having finished the book and the fact that I can remember most of it is always a good sign. Though I also remember it using some annoying werewolf story clichés that just refuse to die. Such as the concept of "Alpha" and said "alpha" having long hair and tribal tattoos. Boy howdy I sure have never read that in any werewolf book ever. not once. Also while I like the word "maw", it was overused in this book. But aside from t This book was decent. I'm actually writing this review quite awhile after having finished the book and the fact that I can remember most of it is always a good sign. Though I also remember it using some annoying werewolf story clichés that just refuse to die. Such as the concept of "Alpha" and said "alpha" having long hair and tribal tattoos. Boy howdy I sure have never read that in any werewolf book ever. not once. Also while I like the word "maw", it was overused in this book. But aside from those grievances, I actually enjoyed reading this book, and it had some fun gore and okay characters.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Tracy Casey

    Heart pounding! One of the best werewolf books I've read in a long time! It will get your heart racing full speed! Heart pounding! One of the best werewolf books I've read in a long time! It will get your heart racing full speed!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Susan T Hopkins

    Excellent old fashioned werewolf story If you are looking for a good werewolf story this is it. Good characters, big bad wolves, a good story line, based in the plains of Oklahoma.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Matthew Baker

    I can’t for the life of me remember the last time I read a werewolf novel. I’ve done plenty of zombies and basic horror recently…but lycanthrope-themed book titles escape me at the moment. Regardless, I’m pretty sure it’s been quite a while. So when I met author Dennis McDonald at Texas Frightmare Weekend, he was kind enough to give me a review copy of his werewolf tale, EBON MOON. And thankfully, McDonald offers up a book of terror that will satiate even the most savage of bestial readers. Do n I can’t for the life of me remember the last time I read a werewolf novel. I’ve done plenty of zombies and basic horror recently…but lycanthrope-themed book titles escape me at the moment. Regardless, I’m pretty sure it’s been quite a while. So when I met author Dennis McDonald at Texas Frightmare Weekend, he was kind enough to give me a review copy of his werewolf tale, EBON MOON. And thankfully, McDonald offers up a book of terror that will satiate even the most savage of bestial readers. Do not be dissuaded by the fact this is a self-published book. It looks professional and has been extensively edited for grammar and spelling. I believe I only found one misspelling and one omitted word; from a self-publishing standpoint, that is truly awesome. EBON MOON is written well and flows at a nice, even pace. The book measures in at almost 350 pages, but it is so immersive that they fly by; I was done reading it before I realized it. McDonald writes with a simple but effective style that shows more than it tells, and the result is a quick read that satisfies. The characters are solid and believable, and I particularly like how the author chose a battered woman running from an abusive husband as the main character; we, as the reader, sympathize with her plight and therefore take a vested interest in what happens to her. Not to mention the fact that it’s always nice to see what happens to these abusers when they finally get their comeuppance. The plot of EBON MOON is a big win as well. McDonald weaves together a detailed story that criss-crosses the lives of several people within the small town. These interactions and how the characters intersect in the wake of a series of gruesome murders help bring the story to life. Many times during the read, I felt like I was there with the characters, adding my own spark to an already intriguing story. But the werewolves win the gold star for this book. I really like how McDonald makes them simple people who are not afraid of what they really are. Granted, they have to ‘hide’ in human form in order to survive, but they never apologize for their nature, nor do they lament about it. This gritty, realistic take on lycanthrope is a big part of what makes this book so good. EBON MOON is a huge win for me, and I recommend giving it a look. This book is a nice, refreshing dose of horror that reminds us to beware when the moon is full. It is available now in a variety of formats.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Tom Dewitt

    Jessica Lobato moves to Hope Springs, Oklahoma with her daughter Megan to escape her abusive husband Blake, a crooked cop with a out of control drug habit. Little does she know that the place she has relocated to is more dangerous than her husband could ever be. All the characters were engaging, and the pacing was great, although I did feel the ending was a bit rushed. What I found interesting is that the Character of Sheriff Dale Sutton was more in control of his inner wolf than Collin, Roxie, Jessica Lobato moves to Hope Springs, Oklahoma with her daughter Megan to escape her abusive husband Blake, a crooked cop with a out of control drug habit. Little does she know that the place she has relocated to is more dangerous than her husband could ever be. All the characters were engaging, and the pacing was great, although I did feel the ending was a bit rushed. What I found interesting is that the Character of Sheriff Dale Sutton was more in control of his inner wolf than Collin, Roxie, and Uncle Johnny even though he was not a "pure blood" like they were. Dale's story came to and end all to quickly, as I was hoping there would be a confrontation between Dale and Blake at the end.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Val

    This was a rip roaring romp that I absolutely did not want to put down. I caught myself looking at my windows after dark and shivering a little. If a book can still scare me after all the scary books I have read, then it is definitely a good one! Thank you Mr. McDonald for a great werewolf novel! I loved it.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Elizabeth Pruett

    Really good, different take on werewolves. Interesting. I really liked this book, fast read and kept my interest. I read this in a few hours. Except for some misspelled words , the only thing I didn't like was the last chapter. Maybe it could have ended differently, but not my call. Well worth reading. Really good, different take on werewolves. Interesting. I really liked this book, fast read and kept my interest. I read this in a few hours. Except for some misspelled words , the only thing I didn't like was the last chapter. Maybe it could have ended differently, but not my call. Well worth reading.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Pamela

    The book was good and full of horror. Just a few mistakes in things that did not complete what the characters would logically do (like when the heroine makes love with the sheriff (who she didn't know was part of the pack at the time) without protected sex...). Alsp the end seemed rushed and the heroine left the teenage boy to answer questions of the deaths, etc... The book was good and full of horror. Just a few mistakes in things that did not complete what the characters would logically do (like when the heroine makes love with the sheriff (who she didn't know was part of the pack at the time) without protected sex...). Alsp the end seemed rushed and the heroine left the teenage boy to answer questions of the deaths, etc...

  10. 5 out of 5

    Shoulanda August

    Excellent read I found this book to be different and unique in it's own way. Whoever's said that monsters aren't real they need to rethink it. Some men are monsters in sheep's clothing. I love the storyline and plot of this book. Excellent read I found this book to be different and unique in it's own way. Whoever's said that monsters aren't real they need to rethink it. Some men are monsters in sheep's clothing. I love the storyline and plot of this book.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Teresa Tidwell

    Great story A very well written and told story. I really enjoyed it. Plenty of werewolf action throughout the book leading up to the final confrontation to keep you on your toes.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Tosha

  13. 4 out of 5

    Daniel Lawson

  14. 4 out of 5

    Robert Emmett Burns IV

  15. 4 out of 5

    Gregory E Cranmer

  16. 4 out of 5

    Clayton Phipps

  17. 5 out of 5

    Jan Zimmerman

  18. 4 out of 5

    Canidae

  19. 4 out of 5

    Zenon

  20. 4 out of 5

    Gord Hockridge

  21. 4 out of 5

    India

  22. 5 out of 5

    Cheryl Briggs

  23. 4 out of 5

    Willie Mckenzie

  24. 4 out of 5

    sanci solis

  25. 5 out of 5

    Lisa Hines

  26. 4 out of 5

    Debbie Garrity

  27. 4 out of 5

    connie

  28. 4 out of 5

    Michael Phay

  29. 5 out of 5

    Byrus

  30. 5 out of 5

    Kristina Dillon

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