Forest Moon Rising

Forest Moon Rising

A Tess Noncoiré Adventure

Book - 2011
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Tess Noncoire, successful fantasy writer and Celestial Blade Warrior, has made a deal with the Powers That Be, forfeiting her own dreams in order to save those nearest and dearest to her. Having survived this unprecedented experience, Tess, along with her imp Scrap, is determined to hunt down a demonic intruder from another dimension - the Norglein, who seems bent on ravishing young women, leaving them pregnant and waiting for the proper time to steal their babies away for his own purposes.
Publisher: New York : DAW Books : Distributed by Penguin Group, c2011.
ISBN: 9780756406554
Branch Call Number: SCI FI Frost P.R. 02/2011
Characteristics: viii, 376 p. ;,23 cm.


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Elizabeth D Turner
Aug 19, 2014

Tess is now living in Oregon, near the family of her deceased husband Dil. She had been unable to write her novels for the last year, she misses Gollum-who's wife has been released from the Sanitarium, and is generally depressed. During the course of this book, Tess discovers that Gollum now lives and works in the same city,and her best friend, about to marry Tess's brother, is willing to help her; with the newly weds considering a permanent move to Oregon as well. Tess suddenly has more family support than she ever anticipated, and a much larger family, including four teens and an infant girl she is about to adopt. She also "discovers" a new dimension, a new world forming. Now that Tess holds the only portal that can access it, she has a bargaining chip that will let her renegotiate the terms of her contract with "The powers That Be". Tess's life has definitely changed and progressed, and this new cast of characters will surely enliven any further adventures in her career.


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