Hunter's Moon, Paperback Book
3 out of 5 (1 rating)


The exciting conclusion to Meg Cabot's magical Arthurian manga! Ellie has only one day left to get her boyfriend Will to truly believe he's the reincarnation of King Arthur, or the world will plunge into eternal darkness.

But Will refuses to believe her! Meanwhile, the upcoming Homecoming game and dance have everyone distracted, especially Ellie.

Some people aren't too happy about her Homecoming Queen nomination and are determined to cause trouble.

Ellie's got to save her reputation and the world before the new moon on the night of Homecoming brings them all to a dangerous crossroad.

If Ellie can't convince Will of his destiny, the world may never recover...This manga series of Arthurian legend and high school romance comes to a thrilling climax in this final volume. And just remember-anything can happen if you believe!


  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 160 pages, chiefly col. Illustrations
  • Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers Inc
  • Publication Date:
  • Category: Fantasy
  • ISBN: 9780061177101



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And thus ends a trilogy. Full of romance and rushing to beat the clock, the story of whether Will accepts his fate as the reincarnation as King Arthur comes to a conclusion. The story concentrates on the countdown as to whether Will save the world form ruin or not and the plot against them by Will's brother and his girlfriend Morgan with the climax happening at a high school football game. {Yawn} Again, like the other books in this series, the King Arthur plot holds the story together but basically we are following the soap opera lives of teens and their romances. I found it to be a quick piece of fluff that was entirely predictable. Again, the illustrations of the girls in their ballgowns remind me of Disney princesses and the artwork just doesn't appeal to me at all. However, Meg Cabot is a popular author and I'm sure her fans and regular audience will probably enjoy this much more than I who have never read the author's work before. This volume is the best of all three with it's final conclusion which ends the Coronation part of the title but obviously leaves plenty of room for sequels.

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