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The Craft meets The Shining in this slow-burn Florida gothic horror. 18-year-old Valentina Callejas was raised to do what her Catholic grandparents say to do. But Valentina feels a different pull--an affinity with nature, a desire to read tarot cards and study the occult. After ditching her church retreat, Valentina flees home and ends up five hours away at Macy’s house, a The Craft meets The Shining in this slow-burn Florida gothic horror. 18-year-old Valentina Callejas was raised to do what her Catholic grandparents say to do. But Valentina feels a different pull--an affinity with nature, a desire to read tarot cards and study the occult. After ditching her church retreat, Valentina flees home and ends up five hours away at Macy’s house, a half-sister she’s never met until now. When a mysterious wolf leads Valentina to the abandoned Sunlake Springs Resort, she meets the “clairs,” young psychics drawn to the hotel’s haunted history. They’ve been waiting for her, they say, to open a magical entryway to the spirit world. But Valentina’s sensitive hands tell a different story--of anguished spirits, menacing cracks, and hooded ghosts of Florida’s hateful past. Even a local legend, the beautiful “Lady of the Lake,” hints to the hotel’s sinister history. To protect the clairs from the horrors awaiting them on the other side, Valentina must use her growing powers and decide, once and for all, if she’s the witch she was always meant to be.


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The Craft meets The Shining in this slow-burn Florida gothic horror. 18-year-old Valentina Callejas was raised to do what her Catholic grandparents say to do. But Valentina feels a different pull--an affinity with nature, a desire to read tarot cards and study the occult. After ditching her church retreat, Valentina flees home and ends up five hours away at Macy’s house, a The Craft meets The Shining in this slow-burn Florida gothic horror. 18-year-old Valentina Callejas was raised to do what her Catholic grandparents say to do. But Valentina feels a different pull--an affinity with nature, a desire to read tarot cards and study the occult. After ditching her church retreat, Valentina flees home and ends up five hours away at Macy’s house, a half-sister she’s never met until now. When a mysterious wolf leads Valentina to the abandoned Sunlake Springs Resort, she meets the “clairs,” young psychics drawn to the hotel’s haunted history. They’ve been waiting for her, they say, to open a magical entryway to the spirit world. But Valentina’s sensitive hands tell a different story--of anguished spirits, menacing cracks, and hooded ghosts of Florida’s hateful past. Even a local legend, the beautiful “Lady of the Lake,” hints to the hotel’s sinister history. To protect the clairs from the horrors awaiting them on the other side, Valentina must use her growing powers and decide, once and for all, if she’s the witch she was always meant to be.

30 review for Moon Child

  1. 5 out of 5

    Gaby Triana

    This came from my heart.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Justin Lewis

    The first sentence in this book's description sold me: The Craft meets The Shining. Admittedly, I've never read THE SHINING (I know, I know) but I love stories about haunted places and The Craft was a cool movie. I went in blind and thoroughly enjoyed my stay at the Sunlake Springs Resort. A short synopsis: Valentina Callejas has started to explore her beliefs. She lives with her strict religious family and after deciding to not attend church camp this year, needs to get away. She ends up going t The first sentence in this book's description sold me: The Craft meets The Shining. Admittedly, I've never read THE SHINING (I know, I know) but I love stories about haunted places and The Craft was a cool movie. I went in blind and thoroughly enjoyed my stay at the Sunlake Springs Resort. A short synopsis: Valentina Callejas has started to explore her beliefs. She lives with her strict religious family and after deciding to not attend church camp this year, needs to get away. She ends up going to stay with her half-sister where she discovers the Sunlake Springs Resort and a group of like-minded people her age that, like her, were drawn to the location's energy with the hopes of strengthening the gifts they all have- but it might cost more than they know. Despite the fact that I am twice the main character's age (ouch) and a man, I actually identified with Valentina more than I thought I would. I was raised similarly in a house where to question the belief system that you were raised with wasn't really allowed. While I didn't necessarily explore the same avenues Valentina does, I understand wanting to decide what to believe on your own and not blindly follow a faith that you may or may not agree with just to please your family. Your mileage may vary here, but I found it easy to understand her decisions because I would have done the same thing in her position. The rest of the characters are fleshed out nicely and, while some of them might not be the most likable people, their motivations are clearly explained. You'll want to know more about them and whether or not they find what they're looking for. Now...the resort. Yikes. I don't want to spoil too much, so I'll just say that it's been more than just a resort over the years and it really is its own character in the story. Triana nails the description of the place; equal parts beautiful and yet terrifying at the same time. I'm not sure if a place could be any more haunted. MOON CHILD is many things. It's a story about discovering yourself and what you belief, a story about family (the one your born into and the one you choose), a story about becoming who you were meant to be...while at the same time being a tale about a place with a tragic history and otherworldly power. This book has heart and scares in equal measure- something not easy to pull off but Gaby Triana manages to make it look easy. Everything about this worked for me: the pacing, the characters, the story. If you're into tales of haunted places, or people discovering their power, you should seek out MOON CHILD. * I was sent an ebook ARC for review by the author

  3. 5 out of 5

    Emily

    This was the first book I've read by Gaby Triana, and I had a lot of fun reading it. I loved that Vale was questioning religion and religious pressure, and it was really relatable to me since it's something I went through when I was younger. Her situation felt familiar, and I appreciated seeing myself in this book. There were some good gory and spooky moments, and I enjoyed the direction the story went in. If there's a sequel, I definitely want to read it. CW - sexual assault of a minor, misogyny This was the first book I've read by Gaby Triana, and I had a lot of fun reading it. I loved that Vale was questioning religion and religious pressure, and it was really relatable to me since it's something I went through when I was younger. Her situation felt familiar, and I appreciated seeing myself in this book. There were some good gory and spooky moments, and I enjoyed the direction the story went in. If there's a sequel, I definitely want to read it. CW - sexual assault of a minor, misogyny, miscarriage, religious upbringing, suicide, usage of dead pronoun, family deaths, death of an animal, mentions of: KKK, lynching, racism, forced sterilization, statutory rape

  4. 4 out of 5

    Catherine Cavendish

    I have read a number of books by Gaby Triana and she excels at writing Southern Gothic, steeped in the heady humid atmosphere of Florida, far from the glitz and glamour of the cities. In Moon Child, we have Valentina - Vale to her friends – who is young, and desperate to learn more about the fate of the father and of herself. But hers has been a strict Latina matriarchal upbringing where the rules of her mother and grandmother must be obeyed. It is a big thing for her to break away at the age of I have read a number of books by Gaby Triana and she excels at writing Southern Gothic, steeped in the heady humid atmosphere of Florida, far from the glitz and glamour of the cities. In Moon Child, we have Valentina - Vale to her friends – who is young, and desperate to learn more about the fate of the father and of herself. But hers has been a strict Latina matriarchal upbringing where the rules of her mother and grandmother must be obeyed. It is a big thing for her to break away at the age of eighteen, but she is one determined young woman. She has so many questions – and no answers- and she is determined to pursue the quest for the truth and her own psychic development. Her burgeoning psychic powers come to fruition right at the time she meets up with her half-sister. Macy, for the first time. Things start to happen. Things she cannot explain but which she cannot ignore. A mysterious wolf leads her to a rundown hotel resort, populated by a small group of clairvoyant squatters -clairs for short. Not the friendliest bunch, but their psychic powers draw Vale in. She has to discover more about this strange and eerie place and why the clairs have apparently been waiting for her to join them. What follows is a journey of revelation, danger and nightmare where nothing and on one is quite what it appears to be. A beautiful but sinister Lady of the Lake, the enigmatic but scary Crow, the wolf with seemingly supernatural abilities and the constant quest to find the truth. Vale is caught in the web and must fight for the truth, their lives and souls. The action leads to a terrifying climax. Vale must battle forces of unimaginable horror as Sunlake Springs reveals its secrets. First rate Southern Gothic, haunted and scary horror, steeped in atmosphere and strong on both story and characters

  5. 5 out of 5

    Brandi Guarino

    Thank you, Gaby Triana, for the eARC of Moon Child in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own. From the first time I saw the cover of Moon Child on Twitter, I was intrigued. When I read the description of The Craft meets The Shining, I was sold. When the opportunity came up to be able to review Moonchild, I jumped at the chance and I'm so glad I did. Moonchild, is the story of Valentina Callejas, known to family and friends as Vale, and her struggles to free herself fro Thank you, Gaby Triana, for the eARC of Moon Child in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own. From the first time I saw the cover of Moon Child on Twitter, I was intrigued. When I read the description of The Craft meets The Shining, I was sold. When the opportunity came up to be able to review Moonchild, I jumped at the chance and I'm so glad I did. Moonchild, is the story of Valentina Callejas, known to family and friends as Vale, and her struggles to free herself from her strict matriarchal Catholic upbringing, while embracing her growing connection to the occult. In a move shocking to even Vale herself, she abandons her yearly Catholic youth camp stay, and returns home to face her mother and grandmother's anger and concern. Tired of their controlling nature, their aversion to her growing interest in the occult, and the secrets they keep regarding her father's death, Vale turns to the only other person she can trust, her illegitimate half-sister, Macy. At Macy's home in Central Florida, Vale finds peace and freedom to explore her growing psychic powers. One night, she is visited by a wolf and led through the woods to the derelict Sunlake Springs Resort, where she finds four young clairvoyant squatters who claim that they have been awaiting her arrival to complete their circle. As she jumps into learning about her psychic powers, she is subject to terrible sights and experiences, as well as threats from one of the "clairs" she is seeking to help. She in a fight to learn the truth about her father and his mysterious death, the truth of what the "clairs" are seeking from Sunlake Springs Resort, and in the end, what Sunlake Springs Resorts wants from them. Right off the bat, I am a sucker for Southern Gothic horror, and Gaby knows her stuff. I live close to the area where the novel is set in Central Florida and she 100% has her descriptions of the weather and appearance of the areas around Vale and her friends down. One of the main aspects of Moon Child that I loved was the amount of representation in it. The main character and her immediate family are Latinx, her half-sister is also a woman of color, and there is LGBTQIA representation within the group of Clairs. I hope more books take Moonchild as an example of how to make their books more inclusive. The story has a slow growing sense of dread and the tension is palpable right up to the very last page. I was hooked from page 1 and finished in one sitting because I had to know how it ended.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Melissa LaRiviere

    Moon Child By: Gaby Triana If you are a fan of build-up gothic horror, then this is the book for you! The first few pages immediately drew me deep into the story and made me want to know more so severely I just couldn’t put the book down once I got going on a roll. Valentina is an only child who is raised in a strictly Catholic household with her mother and grandmother. She feels a strong desire to learn more about the occult as if there is a connection somehow between the powers of the occult and Moon Child By: Gaby Triana If you are a fan of build-up gothic horror, then this is the book for you! The first few pages immediately drew me deep into the story and made me want to know more so severely I just couldn’t put the book down once I got going on a roll. Valentina is an only child who is raised in a strictly Catholic household with her mother and grandmother. She feels a strong desire to learn more about the occult as if there is a connection somehow between the powers of the occult and herself. Her curiosity finally grows too strong, and she decides to take off to see her half-sister and get away from her mother and grandmother. She then joins a group of like-minded individuals she meets at an old abandoned resort in Florida called “clairs.” Each of them has their own unique powers that are slightly developing, but they need the person who represents the spirit element, the one that binds them all together. Now that she has decided to join them, she must choose to delve headfirst into this life and learn much more about herself and her growing powers. Now the group is dealing with a terrifying situation, and they are relying on her being able to master her powers and help to save them all. The only question is…can she do it?? A gripping tale that had me on the edge of my seat. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and plan to read more by this author. Beautifully written, engaging characters you can care about, and a fantastic plot. 5/5 stars from me. Thank you to the author for the opportunity to get this ARC and leave an honest review.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Diana

    Gaby Triana's latest gothic horror novel is deliciously creepy, with a lush Florida setting that is a character in its own right. The abandoned building at the heart of the novel is reminiscent of The Shining, only with a sweaty tropical locale perfect for winter nights. The unique cast of characters are full of heart with strong personalities and lots of diversity, including LGBTQ representation. I particularly enjoyed the sisterly bond between the main character, Valentina, and the sibling she Gaby Triana's latest gothic horror novel is deliciously creepy, with a lush Florida setting that is a character in its own right. The abandoned building at the heart of the novel is reminiscent of The Shining, only with a sweaty tropical locale perfect for winter nights. The unique cast of characters are full of heart with strong personalities and lots of diversity, including LGBTQ representation. I particularly enjoyed the sisterly bond between the main character, Valentina, and the sibling she only recently discovered. The Latinx representation, particularly with regards to Valentina's religious upbringing and the pressures from her family and friends, was authentic and added a layer of depth to the tale. This book is perfect for anyone who loves haunted medical facilities and the ghosts who can't let go--sometimes of their own body parts. It is a gripping tale that will make your skin crawl in the best way.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Dennis K. Crosby

    MOON CHILD is an outstanding Gothic Horror tale that takes the reader on an amazing journey of self-discovery and acceptance. Gaby Triana brilliantly tells the story of Valentina Callejas, a young woman with growing curiosity about powers and abilities that are in stark contrast to the lessons learned during her Catholic upbringing. The imagery described in this novel place the reader in the middle of every moment. The characters are diverse, representative of our everyday world, and they have d MOON CHILD is an outstanding Gothic Horror tale that takes the reader on an amazing journey of self-discovery and acceptance. Gaby Triana brilliantly tells the story of Valentina Callejas, a young woman with growing curiosity about powers and abilities that are in stark contrast to the lessons learned during her Catholic upbringing. The imagery described in this novel place the reader in the middle of every moment. The characters are diverse, representative of our everyday world, and they have deep, meaningful, and satisfying character arcs. You can feel what they feel, and as this is a true Gothic Horror, you fear what they fear. The tension is palpable, and it serves to excite and compel the reader to keep turning the pages for more. This is simply outstanding, and chilling, storytelling! Brava Gaby Triana!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Mary Hart

    Mystical and magical I heard this book was like The Craft meets The Shining and that was spot on. In a sense, the abandoned hotel itself was like a character --full of life and secrets. Vale's progression over the course of the book to coming into and finding her powers was just as important as her finding herself. Loved this book and Lobo. Mystical and magical I heard this book was like The Craft meets The Shining and that was spot on. In a sense, the abandoned hotel itself was like a character --full of life and secrets. Vale's progression over the course of the book to coming into and finding her powers was just as important as her finding herself. Loved this book and Lobo.

  10. 4 out of 5

    KellyLKC

    Thank you Gaby for the ARC of MOON CHILD. I received it in exchange for an honest review. MOON CHILD is on its surface the story of eighteen-year-old Cuban American Vale, who breaks out of the mold as the perfect daughter in the perfect home to find her true self and connect to the psychic gifts that she (everyone) possesses. At its heart, this book reads like a Gen X-er's bittersweet breakup letter with the Catholic Church, where the door to friendship is still left open of the other can open t Thank you Gaby for the ARC of MOON CHILD. I received it in exchange for an honest review. MOON CHILD is on its surface the story of eighteen-year-old Cuban American Vale, who breaks out of the mold as the perfect daughter in the perfect home to find her true self and connect to the psychic gifts that she (everyone) possesses. At its heart, this book reads like a Gen X-er's bittersweet breakup letter with the Catholic Church, where the door to friendship is still left open of the other can open their mind a little more. Sprinkled in are notes of Haunted Florida (an amazing series from this author you need to read yesterday)'s combo of beautiful Florida flora/fauna description steeped with creepy/weird Sunshine State history. Triana HAS to stay in gothic horror - this is where her niche truly is. The character development and snark of all her earlier work is there, but Triana's creativity in the supernatural is too great a gift to be ignored. This book is haunting, disturbing, and fascinating all at once.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Danielle Joseph

    You are not going to put this one down! Triana does it again--deliciously crafted!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Jessica Peters

    i was completely enthralled with this book. it took me 2 day to read bc every free moment I had, I would read. the descriptions of the places and the people made me feel like i was really there. the emotions poured out of the print freely. this is a fantastic book and Gaby is an amazing writer

  13. 4 out of 5

    Thomas Joyce

    Welcome to the Sunlake Springs Resort, a gigantic and abandoned building which has served many purposes throughout its existence, from sanitorium to health spa, hotel to hospital. It has been dogged by many unexplained disasters and unfortunate events, but investors and interested parties still find themselves drawn to this particular area of Florida long-rumoured to have naturally-occurring healing powers. One person drawn to the resort is 18-year-old Valentina Callejas, a precocious teenager fr Welcome to the Sunlake Springs Resort, a gigantic and abandoned building which has served many purposes throughout its existence, from sanitorium to health spa, hotel to hospital. It has been dogged by many unexplained disasters and unfortunate events, but investors and interested parties still find themselves drawn to this particular area of Florida long-rumoured to have naturally-occurring healing powers. One person drawn to the resort is 18-year-old Valentina Callejas, a precocious teenager from a strictly catholic Cuban-American household, who is still reeling from the loss of her father and finds herself oppressed by her overtly-religious grandmother and easily-manipulated mother. Having spent all of her life trying to live up to the impossible standards expected by her family, where her grandfather was the leader of their own church, she finds the courage within herself to finally stand up to her domineering grandmother and follow her heart. She drives to the home of a step-sister with whom she has communicated but hasn’t yet met, eager for some space and a welcoming shoulder on which to lean. But, thanks to an adventurous spirit and open mind, she discovers so much more. Vale, as she is known to her friends, is a character rich in personality and immediately likeable. Most people have felt the pressure to live up to the expectations of a demanding family, to one extent or another. We are instantly sympathetic toward Vale when we see her shipped off to a church retreat she is dreading, not least because of the memory of a despicable act by one of the male members of the church at the last retreat. Surrounded by family and friends who are less interested in how she feels and what she believes in, and more interested in forcing her to be the person they want her to be, we root for her to break free. She longs to broaden her horizons and has already experimented with tarot while feeling drawn to other religions and beliefs. She also alludes to a sixth sense whenever she touches an object or person, the ability to experience visions. Triana handles the foreshadowing with an expert touch, teasing hints and details about Vale and her abilities, although not fully realising them until the explosive finale. Thanks to the mysteries surrounding her father’s past and his other family, as well as the diverse supporting cast, the reader is fully invested in Vale’s story. Through her spiritual awakening among her new group of friends and what they are trying to achieve, we see that, sometimes, the family we choose is better than the family into which we are born. Crow, Wilky, Mori and Fae are more than simply hippies or free spirits; they are trying to make the world a better place through a ritual, and Vale is the missing piece of their puzzle. But, naturally, she proves to be so much more, and the growing friendship between them all makes for great reading. The resort is a truly gothic setting, with its large, haunted rooms, and the mysterious group of friends welcoming in the outsider, while keeping some secrets. Triana builds the dread as we accompany Vale on her exploration of the resort and uncover those dark secrets that intertwine the history of Sunlake with tragic events buried in Vale’s family’s past. This isn’t the Florida sought out by tourists; Triana has a special ability to bring rural Florida to life and give it a sinister style both unexpected and refreshing. We follow Vale from a teenager struggling to find her place in the world, to a powerful young woman wielding unimaginable power in the face of a terrifying threat. Triana crafts Vale’s story using all of the abilities she has mastered throughout her previous work and delivers an atmospheric and haunting tale of friendship, family and fate that readers will find equally bewitching and exciting.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Alexa Acosta

    Gaby Triana’s latest offering, Moon Child, is a journey of self discovery, set amidst the backdrop of the darkly mysterious and brooding wetlands of of central Florida. At its heart a tale of gothic horror, Moon Child tells the story of Valentina Callejas, a young woman struggling to make sense of her unusual spiritual abilities, while grappling with emotions stemming from the sudden death of her estranged father, and her overbearing Catholic upbringing. Fleeing from the only home she’s ever kno Gaby Triana’s latest offering, Moon Child, is a journey of self discovery, set amidst the backdrop of the darkly mysterious and brooding wetlands of of central Florida. At its heart a tale of gothic horror, Moon Child tells the story of Valentina Callejas, a young woman struggling to make sense of her unusual spiritual abilities, while grappling with emotions stemming from the sudden death of her estranged father, and her overbearing Catholic upbringing. Fleeing from the only home she’s ever known after suffering a crisis of faith, Valentina seeks refuge from her emotional turmoil by reaching out to the half sister she’s only recently learned of. Arriving on her sister’s doorstep, Vale receives a warm welcome and finds peace in her new-found, judgment-free freedom. That peace is disturbed, however, by the entrance of a mysterious wolf, who leads her on a moonlit journey through the dark woods that back her sister’s property, and onto the grounds of a ruined and abandoned building that has gone through many different “rebirths” over the years. From a luxury spa for the wealthy near the turn of the 20th century, to a rehabilitation hospital for veterans returning from World War II, to a sanatorium for women, the Sunlake Springs Resort has a dark, checkered past. Upon entering the ruined structure, Valentina meets the claires…four young people who, like herself, have varying degrees of psychic ability, and questions of their own about the haunting mysteries of their pasts, as they relate to the Sunlake Springs. Abandoning the cautious behavior of her former life, Valentina joins forces with the Claire’s on a voyage of mystery and self discovery. But much like The Overlook Hotel in Stephen King’s, The Shining, The Sunlake Springs has secret horrors of its own, and seems eager to share them with her latest guests... Hats off to Gaby Triana, who doesn’t disappoint! Rich, vivid, detailed characters and a darkly intriguing glimpse into the backstory of a crumbling, haunted hotel, make for a late night page turner that you won’t want to put down!

  15. 4 out of 5

    Lenore Sagaskie

    A poignant, gothic horror adventure set in a dark and beautifully creepy Florida (Disclaimer: I received an ARC copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Moon Child will be available on February 17th, 2021) Gaby Triana, author of the Haunted Florida series, is a talented author who paints a vivid landscape when writing about the places in Florida most tourists would fear to tread. She isn’t afraid to show the dark and creepy side of the state while highlighting some of its history and be A poignant, gothic horror adventure set in a dark and beautifully creepy Florida (Disclaimer: I received an ARC copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Moon Child will be available on February 17th, 2021) Gaby Triana, author of the Haunted Florida series, is a talented author who paints a vivid landscape when writing about the places in Florida most tourists would fear to tread. She isn’t afraid to show the dark and creepy side of the state while highlighting some of its history and beauty. The protagonist, in Moon Child is Valentina, is a young woman who has unique psychic abilities. She suffers a crisis of faith when her interest in the occult runs counter to her religious upbringing. She leaves behind her home and embarks on a journey of exploration, determined to acquaint herself with a sister she only recently learned she had, and explore her new interests in the occult. While she is staying with her sister, she is drawn to ruins of a mysterious place and encounters a group of kindred spirits who help her in her quest for self-discovery and acceptance. In the process of that journey, she learns more than she expected about her deceased father and the circumstances surrounding his death. Moon Child is a story that grabs your interest from the first page and keeps your curiosity piqued as the intensity builds, then takes you on a rollercoaster ride of emotion and intensity. It was a beautiful, poignant story and Triana gives, what we’ve come to expect--well-written strong women and diverse characters. I recommend Moon Child to those who enjoy reading horror, gothic horror, occult, and fantasy.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Becky Smith

    Ms. Triana delivers again! As a Cuban-American born and raised in Miami, this novel hit home with all of its Florida references. The story setting and particulars are so relatable that I found myself nodding in agreement at the Cuban family dynamics depicted. The way the novel shifts from depicting a South Florida to a Central Florida setting is also incredibly accurate. I commiserated with Vale's struggles with her identity and how to share her nonconforming thoughts and feelings with her narro Ms. Triana delivers again! As a Cuban-American born and raised in Miami, this novel hit home with all of its Florida references. The story setting and particulars are so relatable that I found myself nodding in agreement at the Cuban family dynamics depicted. The way the novel shifts from depicting a South Florida to a Central Florida setting is also incredibly accurate. I commiserated with Vale's struggles with her identity and how to share her nonconforming thoughts and feelings with her narrow-minded family without alienating them. Triana beautifully describes Vale's inner thoughts and anguish, as well as her careful forging of new relationships outside of her comfort zone. The paranormal bent of the story just adds to the intrigue and draws the reader in further to the possibilities of ghosts and other planes of existence. I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book (the second of Triana's books I have read) and am looking forward to immersing myself in her other works. Kudos to Triana for accurately portraying unique Cuban-American idiosyncracies and sharing them with the world!

  17. 5 out of 5

    Alejandra

    As someone who has read all of her Haunted Florida series and was anxiously awaiting another, Moon Child was such a welcomed treat! I was hooked from the Prologue, right on through the end. I experience a tremendous void after reading Gaby Triana's books and can't wait for the next. This book dives into some important cultural realities and embraces some very important things in our society that are very current; it does all of this while enveloping itself in mysticism and the occult, while high As someone who has read all of her Haunted Florida series and was anxiously awaiting another, Moon Child was such a welcomed treat! I was hooked from the Prologue, right on through the end. I experience a tremendous void after reading Gaby Triana's books and can't wait for the next. This book dives into some important cultural realities and embraces some very important things in our society that are very current; it does all of this while enveloping itself in mysticism and the occult, while highlighting some important hidden treasures like Cassadaga. I can't recommend this book enough and I hope there's a continuation to both this novel and her Haunted Florida series.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Kelsey Bodenhamer

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  21. 4 out of 5

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  22. 4 out of 5

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  24. 4 out of 5

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  25. 4 out of 5

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  26. 4 out of 5

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  27. 4 out of 5

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  28. 5 out of 5

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