Wet Moon Vol. 1: Feeble WanderingsRoss Campbell
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Wet Moon #1 is excellent.
There’s plenty of raves about it on Goodreads, and other places, and I will hold to that phrase: Wet Moon #1 is freakin’ excellent.
It’s not like it’s all about the fragile, the broken, those who are entranced by cliches of “something something dark-sided,” it’s actually quite real – the silly little moments and the dead-serious ones.
And that’s what I like the most about this one, the attention to little details and the foibles that makes these 20-something kids actually enjoyable to read, their interactions and daily alliances, the little victories and the soul-crushing, perceived defeat.
As an introduction to the series, it’s good, and I’m lookin’ forward to Wet Moon #2~!
~Thomas Duder, Author of the Things