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(Weregirl #3)

4.27  ·  Rating details ·  37 ratings  ·  13 reviews
Three sisters, together for the first time since birth: Nessa, a werewolf with powers she can now control. Delphine, whose mastery of technology borders on magic. And finally: the chimera, a construction of their fathers lab built from the Kurland sisters DNA, whose very existence threatens them all. Nessa has begun summoning a new skill that she does not understand: halos ...more
Hardcover, 400 pages
Published November 1st 2018 by Chooseco
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Who knew C.D. Bell had ANOTHER powerhouse read to top the first two books of this trilogy? Yes, yes she definitely does! TYPHON from word one: Just. Did. Not. Let. Up.

Not only have Nessa and Delphine faced a huge emotional loss, now they are dealing with the father they never knew, a scientific world they couldn’t have believed existed and the most tumultuously soul-rocking discovery ever, they have a sister they never knew about. A sister who was created from Delphine’s DNA with little extras s
Sandra "Jeanz"
Aug 04, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Well I have been eagerly awaiting this books release as I enjoyed the first two so much, just a shame this is the last book in this trilogy!

I absolutely love the cover showing the background woods and trees which feature heavily in this book. I think the female face and the white wolf face and their position is great, this cover would really make me notice it on a book shelf! I'm not sure what the title of the book refers to at first glance but it is thoroughly explained within the book.

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Sep 11, 2018 rated it really liked it

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TRIGGER WARNING. Story contains the death of a dog. While it doesn't bother me as long as it pertains to the story, I think it should be said to those who are sensitive to the matter.

I'm gonna be quite honest, when I saw this on NetGalley, I requested it without knowing it was part of a trilogy until I was sent the copy. That's exactly why I ended up getting the first two and why this review took so long to go live (so I apologize!). I definitely
Ally Crouch
Aug 17, 2018 rated it it was amazing
This book was as epic as it sounds and was such a satisfying ending to an amazing series. I binge read the first two books in this series when I was sent a copy of Chimera last November and I adored them. Since finishing Chimera, I’ve been dying to see how the story was going to end and Weregirl: Typhon did not disappoint.

I loved Nessa’s character development in this installment and you could tell that she was trying to be the strong one for her younger siblings despite all the things she hersel
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Sep 03, 2018 rated it really liked it
Disclaimer: I received a free copy of this book from the publisher. Thanks! All opinions are my own.

Rating: 4.5/5

Publication Date: November 1, 2018

Genre: YA Paranormal

Recommended Age: 15+ (violence, slight gore)

Pages: 400

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Synopsis: Three sisters, together for the first time since birth: Nessa Kurland, a werewolf with powers she has learned to control. Delphine, who grew up knowing there was more to their family's story than was being said. And finally: the chimera, a cons
Jul 22, 2018 rated it it was amazing
***Received an ARC via NetGalley for an honest review.
“Weregirl: Typhon”, the third book in the Weregirl trilogy written by C. D. Bell, is a well paced story and excellent finish to the trilogy.
The Kurland children have moved in with Nessa’s father, Daniel Host, at his home which also was the location for his state-of-art lab and forest preserve.
Nessa wants the whole family to be together, including her “other” sister who was created by Daniel in his lab. She does not know if this will really b
Dec 19, 2018 rated it it was amazing
by C.D. Bell
the third in a trilogy of genetic manipulation and mythology of cryptids animals. The thought that science will explain everything sometimes can cause more problems than it solves. After surviving her mother's loss, becoming a werewolf, and finding her long lost father our main character has a number of things to work through. The prior books covered the previous storylines, this book looks into her accepting the reality she has been handed. This book fi
Carol Dass
Aug 05, 2018 rated it it was amazing
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Wow! This would make such a great movie! This final story of the trilogy was magic! Nessa has learned how to control her transformation into a wolf and how to use the transformation. She and her sister Delphine go to stay with their father,Daniel, in Oregon, a place that seems like paradise, elaborate and beautiful. Nessa is disturbed by Daniel’s work in his research laboratory. Nessa and Delphine learn of and meet with their other sister, Chimera, who was created in Daniel’s lab and is part hum ...more
CrazyCat (Alex)
TYPHON is the conclusion to the Weregirl trilogy. Nessa has a lot on her plates after the death of her mohter and the move to her fathers company compound. There is her sister Delphine, which is not settling down with her father, her brother Nate, with his special needs and her newfound sister. The story is about loss and finding the person one is supposed to be. Great ending to a great story and a different take on Weres. Highly recommended.
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Thanks to NetGalley, Chooseco for the advanced read of Weregirl: Typhon by C.D. Bell.

I have to say, I love the covers of the books in the series.

I wanted to really like the Weregirl series. Weregirl and Chimera were very entertaining. Great imagination and originality. But, I liked Typhon best.

We saw Nessa’s character experience growth and acceptance. Delphine’s character was developed more to her own. Lots of action. Definitely, Typhon was a great way to wrap the series up.

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Nessa was going for a run but she didn’t want to be seen. She'd been putting off this trip for weeks and didn’t want anything to get in the way of her going now. Nessa passed the laboratory - the heart and soul of the company her father had founded. It was a world class research facility housing a lot of laboratories. dedicated to her father’s-Daniel- experiments in genetic recombination. Nessa was a werewolf. Nessa thought about running past her destination but she knew she had to go it was her ...more
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There was so much going on in this book. Not only trying to come to terms over loss and displacement, but trying to bond with a new figure in their lives that leads to some serious new discoveries. There are secrets brought to life that implode on the family dynamics and alter newly gained bonds that could ultimately crumble under the weight of these discoveries. New characters come into scene while old favorites filter out and best friends stand the test of distance. Overall, I feel this book w ...more
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When she's not biking the streets of Brooklyn, NY, you can find C. D. Bell writing in a decrepit RV clinging to the side of a hill in upstate New York, trying to teach herself to watercolor, or inventing her own recipes. She is a voracious reader of anything and everything fantasy, supernatural, or romance. And she swears that the monsters she often writes about are not real— at least she hopes no ...more

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