Thanks to Netgalley and Indie Inked for giving me this book to review.
In a world where everyone is ranked on how powerful their magic is, Emily is an outcast and thought she was the only one born without any magic. That is until she meets Ashe and is instantly drawn to him. When the source of magic on their world is destroyed, everyone but Emily, Ashe, Emily’s friend Blaze and a girl called Raelyn have disappeared and Emily and Ashe have developed powers. They have to fight to find out who they are and to save the lives of not just their world but other worlds that are dying.
Sun and Moon is an OK fantasy book, but while at the start fitted the description of the book, about halfway thought the story, it changed and made it really hard to follow.
Emily was an interesting character with her struggle again destruction and the hard time she had with people judging her because of her lack of power. However, I found Ashe dull and seemed to have not much personality.
Overall Sun and Moon is an interesting concept but a bit let down by the story and the characters.