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326 pages, ebook
First published March 27, 2018
Middle-grade books are fun, but only if they���re funny. It’s a bunch of kids running around and doing things it’s supposed to be hysterical. And that is why I find that I didn’t enjoy Ice Wolves as much as I wanted to.
12 year old Rayna and Anders are twins who live in the capital city of an island called Vallen. 10 years ago, dragons betrayed and killed wolves, starting a war that ended by them being driven out of Vallen and retreating to the mountains. Now any dragon found is hunted and the wolves train their young for imminent attacks. A trial is held each month when 12 year olds are tested to see if they transform into a wolf. Rayna turns into a dragon and Anders into a wolf which is supposedly impossible. After she’s taken by the dragons, he enrolls himself into Ulfar academy to try and learn as much as he can about dragons so he can go rescue his sister from their clutches.
The book is small-scale which is totally okay and so the mystery isn’t that big. Personally I don’t feel a smidge of excitement thinking about the second book. While I did not have to slog through it (it’s not that bad) I didn’t particularly have an amazing time either.