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Cazadora

(Wolves of No World #2)

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In Cazadora, the follow-up to Lobizona, Romina Garber continues to weave Argentine folklore and real-world issues into a haunting, fantastical, and romantic story that will reunite readers with Manu and her friends as they continue to fight for a better future.
Hardcover, 416 pages
Expected publication: August 17th 2021 by Wednesday Books
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    jocelyn
    Feb 21, 2020 marked it as to-read  ·  review of another edition
    i realize that book 1 still isn't out yet but i'm gonna need a full cover and synopsis of this yesterday. ...more
    h o l l i s
    Did I think this was a duology? Yes. Am I disappointed? A bit. Because even though my feelings about this instalment were kind of lukewarm, the ending hooked me. I kind of expect to be in the same spot again with book three, where I end this review thinking the next book might inspire some love and probably being a little let down again.. but oh well, we're going to do it anyway.

    As creative and visual as this world is (don't ask me why but my brain conjures Avatar-like colours and scenery), I do
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    Alaina
    I have received this ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

    Okay, I'm so freaking excited that I got Cazadora. I'm also really happy that it picks up right where the previous book ended. Plus, we are leaving the human world to explore a new one. If you think things are going to be easier for our friends.. well, you'd think wrong.

    Manu is on the run from the Cazadores. Mostly because they want to capture her and lock her up. So, yeah, I feel her pain and not wanting to do that. While
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    Kristyn Pittman
    Feb 19, 2021 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
    Cazadora picks up right where we left off in Lobizona. In this second book we completely leave the human world behind to explore all the wonders of the Septimus' world. Manu and her friends are on the run from the Cazadores that seek to lock her up and punish her for the crime of existing as a hybrid. Manu, Tiago, Cata, & Saysa must convince their people that Manu is nothing like the myth of la ladrona, the evil half human folktale that has scared the Suptimus for centuries. Romina Garber has cr ...more
    Amanda Rocha
    May 17, 2021 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
    If you enjoy magical realism, you will love Romina Garber's newest book in the Wolves of No World series. Netgalley gifted me a free e-ARC of the sequel, Cazadora, and I was so excited to jump in and finish the series! In the follow up to Lobizona, Romina Garber continues to weave Argentine folklore and real-world issues into a haunting, fantastical, and romantic story that will reunite readers with Manu and her friends as they continue to fight for a better future.

    First of all, I love that this
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    Haley
    Aug 03, 2021 rated it it was amazing
    I received an eARC of this book from Netgalley. All opinions are my own!

    In this thrilling sequel to Lobizona, Manu and her friends continue to fight for their freedom and their very identities. Will they be able to change the world, or will the world never stop pushing them into hiding?

    Where can I even start with how much I loved this book? It was such a beautiful story of self-discovery for every character involved, and I so greatly enjoyed watching them become who they are truly meant to be. T
    ...more
    Haley
    Aug 03, 2021 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
    I received an eARC of this book from Netgalley. All opinions are my own!

    In this thrilling sequel to Lobizona, Manu and her friends continue to fight for their freedom and their very identities. Will they be able to change the world, or will the world never stop pushing them into hiding?

    Where can I even start with how much I loved this book? It was such a beautiful story of self-discovery for every character involved, and I so greatly enjoyed watching them become who they are truly meant to be. T
    ...more
    Morgan Rohbock
    Aug 01, 2021 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
    4.5⭐
    G as in give-this-book-to-your-teen-
    because-they-will-love-it

    This series is just so good. And I say series not duology because I refuse to believe this is the last book about Manu!!

    Cazadora is the sequel to Lobizona where Manu tries to find her way in a world where she is once again illegal, but this time she is judged for her parentage and powers rather than immigration papers. Romina weaves such a beautiful world for Manu to explore as she hides from the magical authorities. I honestly wou
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    Caden
    Jul 26, 2021 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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    5/5 stars!

    A huge thank you to NetGalley and Wednesday Books for sending me an E-ARC of this book for an honest review!

    I have loved Romina’s writing and stories for years and this book is no exception. I loved the first book in the series, LOBIZONA, and this is such an incredible addition to the story. If you loved the first book, or have loved Romina’s other books, then I really recommend picking this one up.

    I love this story and this world so much. Romina’s writing is beautiful and her world
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    Isabella Lanzante
    Apr 24, 2021 rated it it was amazing
    Thank you to the publisher and NetGalley for an e ARC copy in exchange for an honest review!
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    The minute Cazadora downloaded on my kindle I started reading. I could barely wait to see what happened after the edge of your seat events of Lobizona. Romina Garber picks up right where we left off and hits the ground running. The human world we saw glimpses of in book one is abandoned, for the Septimus world Manu is fighting to find a place in. I was captivated by the writing and felt like I wa
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    Chloe
    Feb 19, 2021 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
    *Spoiler free*

    I absolutely adored Lobizona, so I could not wait to see what the sequel held in store. I was ready to see Manu, Saysa, Cata, and Tiago again, and eager to find out what their direction their stories were going to take.

    First off, I thought this was going to be a duology. This means that I was reading this book as a sequel and the conclusion to a series, which it definitely is not. I think that threw off my reading, and my enjoyment of it, a lot. Looking back at the events and how t
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    Chris S.
    May 20, 2021 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
    Thanks to Wednesday Books for my e-ARC

    In my review of Lobizona in December, I said I couldn't wait to read Cazadora this year, and I'm happy to say that though the wait was tantalizing, it was definitely worth it.

    Garber knocks this out of the park, building on the themes of identity, gender, sexuality, power, difference, disability, and belonging in her prior novel and expanding them, bringing some more actual LGBTQ+ representation in addition to the metaphors she's been weaving since the begin
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    Dana
    {3.5 stars}

    "She reminds me of the protagonists I like to read about in adventure stories who are independent and free in a way that makes them untouchable. I used to think I was like that because I wanted to be an astronaut and travel the stars. But part of the appeal of outer space was the hope of finding a world where I belong."

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    I adored Garber's debut YA fantasy novel Lobizona, it was about an undocumented girl living in Miami who found out she was not only hiding
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    Alex | alexwithabook
    Cazadora picks up immediately after the events of Lobizona, taking us along as Manu and her friends go on the run in Kerana. Garber does an excellent job of reintroducing the reader to the story and reminding us what happened in the first book, without giving a true recap.

    If you enjoyed the world-building in Lobizona, you are going to eat up this second installment. We get to experience many new aspects of the Septimus world through Manu's eyes (a perfect way for the reader to learn about the wo
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    Teri
    May 25, 2021 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
    The first book in this series, Lobizona, completely enchanted me with its Argentenian folklore and creative world-building. I was thrilled to receive an ARC of Cazadora.

    In this world, males are lobizones (werewolves), females are brujas (witches), and that’s the way it’s always been. Until Manu. She’s a hybrid – her father is a lobizone and her mother a human. Mating with humans is outlawed, so Manu was hidden in the human world her whole life until discovering what she truly is. She’s the only
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    Shelf Blame
    Jul 19, 2021 rated it really liked it
    Thank you to Wednesday Books and NetGalley for the ARC of this book!

    Cazadora, thankfully, picks up right where Lobizona left off. We miss nothing as Manu and her friends enter a different world in search for a better future and safety. The Cazadores are trying to lock Manu up for the crime of existing as a hybrid and falling prey to the legend of la ladrona, a half-human folktale that the Suptimus are terrified of. Manu, Tiago, Cata, and Saysa have to keep themselves alive and convince everyone
    ...more
    Alison
    “The only truth we can offer one another is love.”

    Manu, Tiago, Saysa, and Cata are on the run traveling a mystical realm to “plant a new garden and form a new pack” but there are so many forces working against them. Hunted by the elite military police, sought by a vengeful, powerful bruja, and betrayed by some of their friends they seek the mysterious Coven and allies in their fight for equality and freedom. Manu struggles to connect with her found community, be honestly, authentically herself
    ...more
    Rachel
    Mar 08, 2021 rated it it was amazing
    Cazadora by Romina Garber is an excellent novel that has it all: fiction, magic, complex narrative, wonderfully developed characters including a fabulous and larger then life main female character, and a narrative that kept me captivated. This is the follow up book to 2020’s Lobizona and is the second book in the Wolves of No World Series.

    I really enjoyed this book’s predecessor and to fully appreciate the character development and plot continuation, one really needs to read the prior book first
    ...more
    Rachel
    Mar 08, 2021 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
    Cazadora by Romina Garber is an excellent novel that has it all: fiction, magic, complex narrative, wonderfully developed characters including a fabulous and larger then life main female character, and a narrative that kept me captivated. This is the follow up book to 2020’s Lobizona and is the second book in the Wolves of No World Series.

    I really enjoyed this book’s predecessor and to fully appreciate the character development and plot continuation, one really needs to read the prior book first
    ...more
    Caylie Ratzlaff
    Jun 26, 2021 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
    Shelves: arcs
    Thanks NetGalley and the publisher for the eARC of this novel! 4/5 stars.

    Okay, I LOVED Lobizona, so I was super excited to receive the ARC for the sequel. I was not disappointed. Garber uses the fictional, and fantasy, world of Lunatis and Septim to discuss real-world issues such as immigration, identity, gender, LGBTQ+, power dynamics, etc. As with the first novel, I was blown away by the beautiful world building created for the Brujas and Lobizonx living in it. The magic system and the dynami
    ...more
    Cece ✨
    Thank you to Wednesday Books for the Advance Readers Copy

    Cazadora is filled with a magic, culture, and language readers of fantasy and magical realism will devour bringing front and center social themes of identity and finding a place to belong.

    Cazadora is a novel that surprised me.

    From the opening pages, readers are in pace with Manu as she and her friends flee for their lives. On the run from the Cazadora (the authorities of Garber’s magical world), we race with Manu across the map, diving dee
    ...more
    Gina Malanga
    Feb 25, 2021 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
    All we want is people is to find our safe place, our home, our pick. These are the people and places that love us no matter how damaged, beautiful, imperfect or perfect we are. They are the spaces and places that allow us to grow and flourish and hold us up when we feel most down. For Manu she though she had finally found that place but she realizes that being asked to run and hide, again, is a bigger burden than she can shoulder. The question is if this pack will allow her to be who she is or w ...more
    Jessie Weaver
    Jun 05, 2021 rated it really liked it
    Thank you NetGalley and the publisher for providing me a copy of this book to review.

    I started Cazadora just days after finishing Lobizona, which is how I love to read series. Sadly, now I'm going to have to wait a heck of a long time for the next book, since Cazadora doesn't come out until August.

    Action starts immediately after the events of Lobizona, with Manu and her friends on the run. As Manu explores more of the world of the Septimus race, she finds out about herself and what she's missed
    ...more
    Melissa
    Jul 02, 2021 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
    “You inspire intense loyalty in others because life has been so spectacularly unfair to you yet your spirit doesn’t dampen. That’s not darkness, Manu. What we’re drawn to is your light.”

    Cazadora by Romina Garber picks up where Lobizona left off. Manu and her friends are on the run and find themselves in the beginnings of a new revolution. They find a group called the Coven, who like them are tired of a world where boundaries are set on who can play what rolls in the world based on things they ar
    ...more
    Mariah Wamby
    Feb 19, 2021 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
    “They want to know if I can keep up with the wolves? Let them wonder if the wolves can keep up with me.”

    I received an advanced readers copy of Cazadora by Romina Garber from Netgalley and St. Martins Press — here is my personal review!

    🐺🌔 Cazadora by Romina Garber is the follow up to Lobizona — and the story picks up right where we left Manu and her friends. In Cazadora we get the chance to see how Manu’s actions are starting to impact the rest of Lunaris. Manu finds new allies and faces new c
    ...more
    Kristina Chamberlain
    Apr 03, 2021 rated it it was amazing
    I ADORED Lobizona, so I was so excited when the publisher Wedensday Books gave me an ARC after the author visited our book club meeting (shoutout to BBBC!) for Lobizona!

    This story is AMAZING. We pick up right where we left off in Lobizona. Manu, Tiago, Saysa, and Cata meet some new allies in their quest to turn the Septimus society upside down. The characters are amazingly well-developed and are easy to connect with. The world building Romina achieves in this book is truly magical, as the charac
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    Kristina Chamberlain
    ADORED Lobizona, so I was so excited when the publisher Wedensday Books gave me an ARC after the author visited our book club meeting (shoutout to BBBC!) for Lobizona!

    This story is AMAZING. We pick up right where we left off in Lobizona. Manu, Tiago, Saysa, and Cata meet some new allies in their quest to turn the Septimus society upside down. The characters are amazingly well-developed and are easy to connect with. The world building Romina achieves in this book is truly magical, as the charact
    ...more
    bookittothelibrary
    I got this as an eARC from NetGalley and didn’t realize it was a second book I just fell in love with the cover 😅 but then I binged the first book and fell in love with Manu and her story.

    ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️/5

    This one picks up where the first ends and let me tell you this one blew me away, the first one is about getting to know Manu just as she gets to find herself as well.

    And now we see Manu slowly accepting who she is and going on this amazing character journey, as well as al of her friends she d
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    Jessica Woods
    Jun 08, 2021 rated it really liked it
    Cazadora is the sequel to Lobizona and ends in a way that says that there will definitely be a part three. Cazadora feels different from Lobizona from page one to the point that I almost set it down. But the characters were endeared to me in book one so I pushed through the beginning and was well pleasantly surprised with the rest of the story. Manu is no longer searching for who she is, instead she is on the run with her friends (and love interest) as the Cazadores are tightening their search t ...more
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