My rating: ★★☆☆☆
There’s not much to say about Night of the Shifter’s Moon other than this: This is the point at which the Unicorns of Balinor series should have ended.
In Night of the Shifter’s Moon, Entia and his massive, powerful army are defeated in less than a page in what is quite possibly the most anti-climatic battle ever. And yet practically nothing is answered. Where is Ari’s family, and will they ever be rescued? What’s the secret behind Linc’s mysterious past, and will he have to go back to Glacier River Farm? What’s up with that Kraken guy, and is he supposed to be the new Big Bad? Will Lori ever get home, or is she going to stay in Balinor forever?
Why these questions are still unanswered after the villain has been killed, I have no idea. I can only hope Shadows Over Balinor will focus on wrapping things up. (Though from what I remember of the ending, I don’t expect it.)