Who wants to live a century before seeing the outside world? Not Ariadne.
Restless and idealistic, the young immortal sneaks out of the Eves’ secret compound and finds the outside world more dangerous than she could have imagined. Cut off from her own kind and hunted by mortals, she is forced to hide among the Adams, the immortal sons born of her sisters.
But the Adams have sinister plans of their own. Ariadne must find a way to stop them, even if it means sacrificing her immortal life.
Praise for Moonblood
“Fans of dystopian fiction looking for something refreshingly original and truly different in the society-building/destruction theme will find Moonblood a standout…” –D. Donovan, Senior Reviewer, Midwest Book Review
“In a dystopian future mired in traditions whose origins have been lost, can one woman’s search for truth bring answers for her and for all of humanity? … Moonblood is an imaginative story with complex characters set in a future landscape that is all too easy to extrapolate from today’s world. It pulls you and will not let go.”
–Al Gritten, Goodreads review
“Delicious inevitability is built into nearly every page of this fast-paced, sci-fi thriller that answers the question why women and men seem to be from different planets (hint: it’s not Venus and Mars)…”
–Karen Cavalli, author of Bad Mind and the forthcoming Undercover Goddess
“T.W. Fendley has a knack for creating worlds that are both familiar and strange, mysterious and tangible, and then immersing the reader in them so deeply it’s easy to forget that it’s not real. Moonblood pulled me in and didn’t let go until the end. A roller coaster of a story that manages to be both deeply thought-provoking and exciting.”
–Terri Bruce, author of the Afterlife series
“Strong women and powerful vision… A wild ride with strong women through a thought-provoking world of light, life and creation. T.W. Fendley draws you into her world so completely, you never want to leave. I couldn’t put it down!” –Jennifer (Amazon reviewer)
Moonblood had me from page one. Fast-paced and engaging, Fendley’s expert storytelling drew me into her world of immortal Eves and made me care about their fate. These women, their unique connection to the Moon, and their struggle to preserve their sacred way of living haunted me long after I closed the book. –SoulSongPress (Goodreads review)