Goddess of the Night (Daughters of the Moon 1)

Goddess of the Night (Daughters of the Moon 1) - Lynne Ewing I have mixed feelings on this one. I think the idea is a great one. Four teenage girls were born with the power of the Moon. They're the goddesses that must rid the world of evil to save it. It's a basic good vs. evil story and the super powers the girls have are pretty standard, but it's kinda presented in a new light. Noticed how I threw the kinda in there.Most of the story contains simple sentence after simple sentence with a few enthralling passages here and there. I didn't think the writing style matched the actions of the immature wanna-be adult characters in the book. It seems like the book is a mix between tweens and older teens and those are two categories that I don't think should mix due to the experience differences between them. It's rather confusing. Due to the simple language, the book seems like it's written for tweens, but since it touches on older teen subjects, such as clubbing, I wouldn't recommend it for a tween. The book definitely holds my interest for a good bit, but at other times, I roll my eyes because the author treats some subjects superficially. Sometimes the main character's relationships with the main males in the story don't make sense, and the minor characters can seem rather one-sided. To be honest, my feelings are rather neutral and I can't recommend it wholeheartedly, but I enjoyed reading it