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Rise Of The Wolf (2011)

by Curtis Jobling(Favorite Author)
4.47 of 5 Votes: 3
0141333391 (ISBN13: 9780141333397)
review 1: I went into this book thinking it wasn't my type of story. I am more of a horror/supernatural type. Boy was I in shock when I found it hard to put the book down. I easily envisioned this story as it unfolded. I was rooting for Drew from the moment I met him. he had it tough throughout the book and I think I believed in him even when he didn't believe in himself. the last few chapters.. I am not even sure I was breathing as I read. I look forward to the rest of this series and I look forward to seeing a future wolf king.
review 2: Conceptually, it is pretty interesting having these half-human, half-animals lording over regular humans and the various traits of each Were-kingdom... but as far as plots and characters go, I think the side-characters were loads more
... moreinteresting that the three protagonists. They're just so flat and stereotypical; I like the antagonist King Leopold much better. Not to mention, how many times can a character get knocked unconscious in a book? Any time Jobling wants to advance the plot, just conk Drew over the head! Not sure I'll read the second any time soon. less
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Very sad how badly treated most of the characters are. I can't wait to read the next one.
Finished this book and went out the next day to get the next book, it is amazing.
predictable. it reminded me of a teen Game of Thrones, but not as well written
Thriller and great if you enjoy myths and animals of fierce nature
highly enjoyable. I like this book more than I expected too...
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