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Raised by Wolves by Jennifer Lynn Barnes
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Jan 19, 2012

it was ok

I am going to write this review in the style of this book.
Not Good.
Not Mine.
I read a review of it and someone said it was “evocative”.
Bryn was adopted by the alpha werewolf as a child after her parents were murdered in front of her by a rogue werewolf.
Although she is human, she was taken in to the pack and raised amongst them. Now, she’s fifteen.
A teenager.
Love. Hate.
She thinks that the alpha is keeping something from her and she discovers she is right when she finds a newly turned werewolf in the alpha’s basement.
New werewolf. Also, a teen.
Bryn decides she will stop at nothing to get the answers to her questions about the new werewolf, Chase.
So, she embarks on a mission to do so.

So, was that wearying? I may have exaggerated it a tiny bit, but try reading 418 pages of that and then you tell me how you liked it. I disliked the author’s efforts at creating a sense of impending…something. It felt contrived. Also, I found this book to be too full of werewolf politics. If you are a werewolf fanatic, go out immediately and read it because you’ll probably love it. Then, be even happier to know it’s a series: a series that I won’t be reading.
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December 1, 2011 – Finished Reading
January 19, 2012 – Shelved

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Nicole Hahah so accurate

message 2: by Annabel (new)

Annabel i feel like that's really annoying - it just makes me more confused whenever I'm trying to read something. haha :)

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