The Ruby Moon is the next book in the series that began with The Glass Castle. This is a book written for tweens and teens. It picks up right where they left off and has a few added twists; such as many of the teens that were kidnapped are disappearing with no signs whatsoever. As the remaining group tries to figure out where they are going a variety of storylines take shape.
Avery is now set to run in the race for the kingdom, there is a general understanding that they are no longer safe where they are and may need to move. Avery is also beginning to explore on her own and has quite an adventure and further learning of the truth on one such exploration. Kendrick has now trusted Avery with his secret and Avery learns some unforeseen truths about her mother.
The book moves the story along and has another twist at the end that you will not see coming. Overall I like the message of the book, I would have liked to see more overt messaging about God but the undertones are there. I am looking forward to the final installment, The Paper Boat, due out in the spring 2017 to see exactly how the whole story comes to an end.
This book was given to me by NetGalley in EBook format for my honest opinion.