"Another winning story by this writing team"
Moon's Web is the second book by this writing team
(Hunter's Moon was the first,) and it is another winner.
Tony Giodone, former hit man for mob, now a werewolf, has
moved with his human mate, Sue, to Chicago. Because of the
events in the first book, Tony and Sue have gone into a
shape-shifter-protection-program and have become members of
Nikoli Molotov's Sazi clan.
It's not easy for Tony, a formerly alpha-human to become
the lowest wolf on the totem pole, and he quickly comes up
against Nikoli's rough justice for dumping his assigned
omega duties to another lowly wolf. His punishment? Being
subjected to an attack by Nikoli's enforcer Asri, a were-
Komodo dragon. Only Bobby Mbutu, the Wolven agent and were-
python, manages to convince Nikoli not to hurt Tony too
badly, because he has a job for Tony - - to find out who
has been killing Sazi and to find Carmine's mistress Babs,
the werewolf who'd changed Tony.
As Tony, Bobby and Asri hunt for the threat to the Sazi way
of life, the day-to-day interactions of the Sazi and the
incandescently hot romances between the characters are
deftly woven into the fabric of the story.
Adams and Clamp write a really rollicking good time of a
book. The action is fast, the plotting is solid, and Tony
and his friends, associates and enemies are totally
believable within the context of the Sazi world. The
authors have managed a great ending hook into the next in
this series -- and I can't wait to see how Tony adjusts to
his new job.
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Reviewed by Moni Draper
Posted November 15, 2006