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In this, the sensational follow-up to The Book With No Name, those who miraculously survived the blood-soaked conclusion to the first novel are back in town for another massacre to remember. Young lovers Dante and Kacy, hapless bartender Sanchez, Peto the Hubal monk and the mysterious Jessica - each will be drawn into the violent vortex surrounding the Bourbon Kid, the supernatural killer who is himself now being hunted. Hot on his heels are several vampire gangs, the US Secret Service, a couple of werewolves, some corrupt cops, and the Dark Lord himself, and none will rest until he is dead. But the Kid has vengeance of his own to wreak . . . Even more gripping, creepy, exciting and funny than its predecessor, The Eye of the Moon is a relentless page-turner guaranteed to leave you on the edge of your seat. And, as the body count climbs on the dusty streets of Santa Mondega, who will be the last one standing?
Published: Michael O'Mara an imprint of Michael O'Mara Books on Oct 31, 2009
ISBN: 9781843174295
List price: $9.99
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Those that survived from the first book are back in this sequel to The Book With No Name. So how do you write a follow up to that book? It's more of the same only with bigger and badder bad guys, more blood and gore you can shake a stick at and an even higher body count than the original. So not only do we have vampires and werewolves we also have an Egyptian Mummy to contend with. Add in an origin story for The Bourbon Kid and more details from the past of The Eye of the title then you're all set for another roller-coaster ride during your stay in Santa Mondega. If you've read and enjoyed the first of the series then you won't be disappointed in this one.read more
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The follow up to the Book With No Name, Eye of the Moon reveals the further adventures of the Bourbon Kid, and the other colourful residents of Santa Mondega, following the fancy dress massacre at the Tapioca Bar. The Bourbon Kid has vanished following his latest act of mass murder, and Sanchez has a comatose lodger hidden away upstairs in the Tapioca, a lodger he'll do anything to keep hidden. At the local museum, a mummy vanishes. Ulrika Price the nasty librarian has a secret too, and Dante and Kacy are still obliviously in love, but they don't remain oblivious for long. Peto the monk has returned to Santa Mondega in search of the Bourbon Kid, while everyone else is looking for Peto's prize won at the end of the last book - the Eye of the Moon.Unlikely alliances are formed as the police, Peto the monk and a mysterious mummy all try to find the powerful Eye of the Moon, each for their own reasons. Bloody murder ensues in copious amounts. Written with plenty of pop culture references, great humour (British?) and plotted to be surefire pageturners, these books have everything: humour, love, revenge, vampires, sex, violence. And bourbon. Anonymous, pour me another, and quickly.read more
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Seems like the body count was even higher here than in The Book With No Name. It was still a fascinating story, but didn't seem quite as well thought out. The author tried to give Bourbon Kid a motivation here, whereas in the first book, it was just the way he was - which actually was more in the spirit of the book.I still really enjoyed it though, and had a very difficult time putting it down. It's wacky enough to appeal to my sense of the absurd, and only occasionally had me wincin...more Seems like the body count was even higher here than in The Book With No Name. It was still a fascinating story, but didn't seem quite as well thought out. The author tried to give Bourbon Kid a motivation here, whereas in the first book, it was just the way he was - which actually was more in the spirit of the book.I still really enjoyed it though, and had a very difficult time putting it down. It's wacky enough to appeal to my sense of the absurd, and only occasionally had me wincing from the graphic decapitations.read more
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Those that survived from the first book are back in this sequel to The Book With No Name. So how do you write a follow up to that book? It's more of the same only with bigger and badder bad guys, more blood and gore you can shake a stick at and an even higher body count than the original. So not only do we have vampires and werewolves we also have an Egyptian Mummy to contend with. Add in an origin story for The Bourbon Kid and more details from the past of The Eye of the title then you're all set for another roller-coaster ride during your stay in Santa Mondega. If you've read and enjoyed the first of the series then you won't be disappointed in this one.
Is this review helpful? Yes | NoThank you for your feedback.
The follow up to the Book With No Name, Eye of the Moon reveals the further adventures of the Bourbon Kid, and the other colourful residents of Santa Mondega, following the fancy dress massacre at the Tapioca Bar. The Bourbon Kid has vanished following his latest act of mass murder, and Sanchez has a comatose lodger hidden away upstairs in the Tapioca, a lodger he'll do anything to keep hidden. At the local museum, a mummy vanishes. Ulrika Price the nasty librarian has a secret too, and Dante and Kacy are still obliviously in love, but they don't remain oblivious for long. Peto the monk has returned to Santa Mondega in search of the Bourbon Kid, while everyone else is looking for Peto's prize won at the end of the last book - the Eye of the Moon.Unlikely alliances are formed as the police, Peto the monk and a mysterious mummy all try to find the powerful Eye of the Moon, each for their own reasons. Bloody murder ensues in copious amounts. Written with plenty of pop culture references, great humour (British?) and plotted to be surefire pageturners, these books have everything: humour, love, revenge, vampires, sex, violence. And bourbon. Anonymous, pour me another, and quickly.
Is this review helpful? Yes | NoThank you for your feedback.
Seems like the body count was even higher here than in The Book With No Name. It was still a fascinating story, but didn't seem quite as well thought out. The author tried to give Bourbon Kid a motivation here, whereas in the first book, it was just the way he was - which actually was more in the spirit of the book.I still really enjoyed it though, and had a very difficult time putting it down. It's wacky enough to appeal to my sense of the absurd, and only occasionally had me wincin...more Seems like the body count was even higher here than in The Book With No Name. It was still a fascinating story, but didn't seem quite as well thought out. The author tried to give Bourbon Kid a motivation here, whereas in the first book, it was just the way he was - which actually was more in the spirit of the book.I still really enjoyed it though, and had a very difficult time putting it down. It's wacky enough to appeal to my sense of the absurd, and only occasionally had me wincing from the graphic decapitations.
Is this review helpful? Yes | NoThank you for your feedback.
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