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Where All Stars Fail to Burn (Wet Moon #5) ✴ [BOOKS] ⚡ Where All Stars Fail to Burn (Wet Moon #5) By Ross Campbell ✾ – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk There's lots going on in the tiny town of Wet Moon and the weirdness isn't going to die down soon With Cleo and her circle's attention focused on the big softball game the dark emotional clouds gather There's lots going on Stars Fail PDF Ç in the tiny town of Wet Moon and the weirdness isn't going to die down soon With Cleo and her circle's attention focused on the big softball game the dark emotional clouds gathering in the distance have gone Where All MOBI :Ê unnoticed Will anybody be ready for the brutal conflict that's on the horizon Volume of Eisner nominated creator Sophie Campbell's hit series continues its examination of Cleo and the rest of the residents of Wet Moon with the deft mix of humor All Stars Fail PDF/EPUB ¾ suspense and heartbreak readers have come to expect.


10 thoughts on “Where All Stars Fail to Burn (Wet Moon #5)

  1. Nnedi Nnedi says:

    Wet Moon 5 is the best one so far The characters who are wonderfully diverse and all so REAL no one does characters like Ross the art the story lines it's all really humming now The ending is a real kick in the guts


  2. Scott Scott says:

    I was kind of bored by this installment There's a mad slasher going round but other than that nothing really happens and I'm getting tired of hearing these kids go on about their mundane lives and mixed up romances It might be palatable if Campbell was still using the realistic art style he drew the first two books with but I can barely stand to look at that any either This volume ends on a cliffhanger so I guess I'm going to have to pick up the next one when it comes out to find out what happens to my favorite character


  3. Rena Rena says:

    WHAT?? to that ending


  4. Rachel Rachel says:

    Ehhh It's interesting I like how all the characters are alt gals and guys but I hate some of their attitudesAlso Cleo's eyes get freaking massive throughout the book Like holy farts She goes from super normal looking to bug eyed and chibi as heck out of no where Did I mention she's the only character that does this?Oh and the love triangle thingcheating on your bae thing isn't for me either Like come on guys Own up


  5. Tina Tina says:

    I Devoured this one in one sitting I think it's my favourite so far I love how this series has evolved from gothy teen angst to weird twilight zone wtfery while still keeping a focus on well developed believable characters


  6. Laura Laura says:

    Good slow burn slightly spoopy very goth slice of life This volume ended on a huge wtf moment and I cannot wait to read the next I like this series a lot but it absolutely is a not for everyone enjoyment Sophie's art as always is expressive diverse emotive and relatable


  7. Kit Feral Kit Feral says:

    Still don't really like them still want to keep reading Sophie Campbell is really good at cliffhangers


  8. Gabriel Horvath Gabriel Horvath says:

    This was the volume where I fully and completely fell in love with Mara Zuzanny Lots of fun generally


  9. Colin Oaten Colin Oaten says:

    The 5th volume of the acclaimed LGBT series set in the town of Wet Moon Good series with realistic relationship dynamics


  10. The_Mad_Swede The_Mad_Swede says:

    Campbell's saga about the little Southern town of Wet Moon and particularly Cleo Lovedrop and her circle of friends continues here right where it left off in the previous volume Drowned in Evil and as with that volume I do not wish to discuss the plot details too much in order too avoid spoiler material Campbell's plot lines develops continuously sometimes in almost circuitous fashion but some twists and turns in the story in this volume hit me rather hard to be honestThe story of Wet Moon might not be everyone's cup of tea but I have found its sprawling and character based narrative structure uite endearing although endearing might not altogether be the best word for it At any rate anyone interested in the series should start with volume one and then keep going after all it is only seven volumes in total It is still a highly recommended read


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