Daughters of the Moon: The Lost One - Book #6 Themes

Lynne Ewing
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The Battle Between Good and Evil

The central theme of The Lost One is a classic one in literature — the battle between good and evil. From the book's beginning, even though Tianna has no memories, she has a strong feeling that evil forces have been chasing her and this turns out to be true. The book's villains are the followers of Atrox, an ancient form of evil and the sworn enemies of the Daughters of the Moon. The characters are somewhat stereotypical — those on the side of good are beautiful teenage girls and those on the side of evil have feral eyes and take the shape of teenage boys in order to hide their true cadaver-like appearance. Although Tianna briefly wonders whether Derek is on the other side, it soon becomes evident that he is not and the lines are clearly drawn again.

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