The Moonlight School

The Moonlight School by Suzanne Woods Fisher

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Suzanne Woods Fisher is a well-established author and typically produces high quality fiction novels. This one, a standalone, is loosely based on facts but steps away from being historical fiction with the focus on characters and minimal focus on what the Moonlight School was. I feel that if there were part of a series there would be so much more room for building off the title, delving into the relationships between certain characters, and providing a full story with no loose ends. As expected, the writing is well done and the characters are well fleshed out. If you are looking for an enjoyable story about characters, their relationships, trials, and discoveries, this will fit that bill. If you are curious and are looking to discover more about historical elements, you may feel disappointed. There are about four pages of information and two pages for clarifying facts at the end which may satisfy that desire for historical information. This review is solely mine and my honest opinion. I received a review copy through the publisher in exchange for an honest review. No additional compensation has been, or will be, provided.