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Blood Wolf (Changeling #3)

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Trey thought he was the only one. It was a lie. The last hereditary werewolf has found his pack - and they're vicious, bloodthirsty, and truly wild. Trey has had enough of vampires, demons and sorcerors. He needs to get in touch with his real family - the ones with fur, fangs and killer instincts. But the wolf pack howling at the moon in Canada is not what he expected. And ...more
Paperback, 320 pages
Published February 5th 2010
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*This review contains spoilers from the second book in the series*

At the end of the second book in the Changeling series Trey discovered that he has an uncle who’s still alive. In this third installment, which basically takes place in the span of only a few days, Trey travels unannounced to Canada to meet his uncle, against the wishes of his friends Lucien, Tom and Alexa. Unfortunately, Trey’s uncle, Frank, isn’t what he thought or hoped he would be. He lives alone with his dog on land that’s su
2 minutes of happy, can't we get 2 freaking minutes Steve? I mean COME ON! :)

This book much like the first and the 2nd was full of action, from the minute I picked it up, the story is moving, at a pace that's comfortable yet, fast!

It had me rocking in my shoes, I loved this 3rd book just as much as the first...Trey is still the same old Trey...but on his own to find out more about who his family is, or was.

I love how this is a series, and while the main "bad guy" stays the same, the stories are
Nerine Dorman
A lovely concept, overall, which I think would have broad appeal to both youngsters and us oldies who would read young YA literature. I certainly kept turning the pages because Feasey succeeds in keeping me engaged. However... my inner editor cringed at the somewhat nebulous omniscient third-person PoV that sort of edged to being a deep-third but didn't quite settle either way. Added to that the fact that I thought the book could have used a tighter edit overall: simple things like "he shrugged ...more
Mathew Bridle
Changeling: Blood Wolf is the third in the series and continues to develop the story of Trey Laporte- the last hereditary werewolf. Set in a teenage world where the fifteen year old had come of age and discovered the beast that dwells within.
There are two distinct yet joined story lines in this novel that are both compelling for their own reasons. Trey, our young werewolf, has discovered that he is not the last of his kind and seeks out his remaining relative. Feeling betrayed by his mentor, Lu
It was nice to learn about some new werewolves
Dayna Smith
The third installment of the Wereling series. Lucien and Alexa are trying to track down the Necrotroph who has invaded their organization with the help of the recently possessed Phillippa Tipsbury. Trey travels to Canada to meet his uncle and learn more about his family. What he learns might very well destroy him. This book sets the stage for the next installment very well. A series boys will thoroughly enjoy.
Although it starts slow, this thrilling story soon grips the reader. I loved the characters and was with them on their journey from start to finish!
A great story. I hope Trey finds his friends I'm looking forward to reading the next book.
loved this book just finished reading it recently. recommended read.
Lauren East
I found the start very slow but the rest was very good
It was good, not bad.
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Steve Feasey was born in Watford, Hertfordshire, UK in 1968. From a modest background, he found escape in books, and spent much of his time in his local library. Always an avid reader, he only began writing in his late thirties, but was fortunate to land a publishing deal for his very first book, Changeling.

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