The Pack find the going tough, fighting hard for every victory, and suffering with every defeat. In the end, they find help from some unlikely allies. With "Hungry Ghost," Allison Moon deftly avoids the many pitfalls second novels face. So often, the writer uses all of his or her creative ammunition in book one. By book two, we already know the main characters; we're already aware of our surroundings, and steeped in the series' mythology.
So many second novels are comparably weak, because their characters don't wash well, and there's nothing new for them to do.
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They serve their purpose in book one, and they just get in the story's way in book two. Not so in "Hungry Ghost. In "Lunatic Fringe," Lexie was welcomed into the pack, but she remained an outsider, choosing her lover over the pack. In this book, she now lives in the house. Since the story is told from Lexie's point of view, we get to meet Renee, Hazel, Jenna, Mitch, and the rest, as if for the first time. The girls of the pack have changed, just as Lexie has.
We are there as they learn one another's habits and oddities, and as a new type of sisterhood descends upon the Pack. There are parts of "Hungry Ghost" that had me cracking up; others had me tearing-up.
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Danika reviews Lunatic Fringe and Hungry Ghost (Tales of the Pack Books 1 and 2) by Allison Moon
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