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Stolen by Kelley Armstrong
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Oct 29, 09

Read in January, 2009

The second installment of The Otherworld, Stolen takes readers further into Elena Michael's world, which encompasses more than she could ever imagine. Witches, shamans, half-demons, and vampires are things Elena never knew existed even if she is otherworldly herself. She has finally come to terms with being the only female werewolf and she has found her place as a journalist scouting the internet looking for misbehaving mutts that could put her race in jeopardy.


When she comes across a post on believe.com where someone is selling information for a possible werewolf killing she immediately contacts the one who posted it. And her life drastically changes after meeting Paige and Ruth Winterbourne. Witches that tell her there is a group of humans that are kidnapping supernaturals for unknown reasons. A group that is possibly run by Tyrone Winsloe, self-centered computer-geek extroidanaire and billionaire. The witches convince Elena to come to a meeting where she meets "leaders" of the the races she never knew were out there.

The Pack, containing Elena, the enigmatic and lovable Jeremy, and her strong-willed mate Clay, [along with two others that are "on vacation":] come to terms that they will help this band of supernaturals if they can, but the ultimate goal is to eliminate the threat to themselves. But when Elena herself gets captured, her world is turned upside down as she finds out Winsloe wants to have a hunt- a reality "videogame" hunt where the supernaturals will be the hunted. Elena is thrown into a roller coaster ride of a time as she fights to understand who exactly is an ally and who is a foe.

I just love the writing style and how easy it is to move through the book. And Elena continues to be a great character to read about. Funny, fast-paced, and full of supernatural goodness this is a definite read for Kelley Armstrong fans.
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