Marysville, WA, United States | Member Since 2010
I found this book on accident and Its not something that I usually read. In fact in my giant book shelf its one of a kind. I thought the story was tragic but beautifully told. Its sad that a young girl would feel such a way but it really does show you the "snowball effect" and that everyone is connected, a "six degrees of separation" type deal. I myself couldn't put it down, like the boy listening to the audio tapes, you felt what he felt. There isn't a book like this that would've been written better and the character voices they chose to use was wonderful and I felt fit the people perfectly. Definitely something I would read/listen to again!
This was the first "wolf" book I listened to. I have everything else and I thought I would use this as something "new". I LOVED IT!! It kept me on my toes and I loved the twists it had in it. The middle of the book was awesome and the end is even more better!! Can't wait for the next book. I would definitely recommend this book to anyone who just wants to "try out" a wolf series. And also check out Patricia Briggs "Hunting Ground" and "Cry Wolf" and "Alpha and Omega" for more wolf books.
I did love the book and the second one "Linger" but I hope that they don't make the same mistake as in the first one. I thought the girl they picked to read for them sounded like she was 12 years old, and the man sounded like he was in his early 20's. I know the girls is supposed to be a teenager but she's also supposed to be very mature for her age and I feel like the voice they chose for her didn't justify it enough. I did enjoy the male voice they chose but I thought that they could have at least matched them in a way. Other than that the book was FANTASTIC!! And I think any other girl her age probably would have reacted the same way and did everything she did. I suggest reading "Linger" if you like this one.
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