on December 15th 2015
Roan and Kay are orphans.
A fire destroys their old life, but they have one chance to enter the School of Faith.
They are given one month to pass the entry trials, but as Roan excels and Kay fails, their devotion to each other is put to the test.
They swore they would face everything together, but when the stakes are losing the life they’ve always dreamed of, what will they do to stay together?
What won’t they do?
Faith and Moonlight follows the journey of two young orphans, Roan and Kay, as they both try to find their places in the world after their orphanage tragically burns down. Roan, seeking a better life for himself and for his friend Kay, looks to the School of Faith as the answer to all their problems. Roan proves himself to be a natural fighter and he clearly has what it takes to become a Razor, if not destined to become a champion among them. But as for Kay, she struggles to fit in and often doubts herself because her abilities are not up to par with Roan’s or of the other students.
I found myself adoring Faith and Moonlight from page one. This is a novella, and I usually don’t read them often, but it is so good. The setting is intriguing, but still rater mysterious. I want to know more about the world the story is set in. I also want to know more about the school and of course about these Razors. Roan was an interesting character and I wonder what made him so easily pierce the veil, I have a theory but I may be wrong. My favorite part about him was his unwavering support of Kay and his willingness to be by her side no matter the cost. It was really endearing and utterly selfless. Now as for Kay, I could really connect with her. I, myself, face a lot of self-doubt and could picture myself in her shoes. As with Roan, she is also such a selfless character. I’m wondering what exactly is going to happen with her now.