...I really enjoyed this book. This is the story of Alex, who is a
sentient werewolf. His human side rules his lupine side.
In fact, he is just as capable of playing chess with his friends as
eating a bunny. He can even speak. Now how cool is that?...
...First off let me say how much I loved that this was told from a
young male perspective. Recently I have read a whole slew of young adult
paranormal books where the protagonist was female or where much of the
story revolved around a possible love affair. It was intriguing not to
see that here.
This is a really unique and fresh take on the werewolf world and it was
refreshing to read it...
I enjoyed this work quite a bit! It's so hard to find a decent
werewolf story. The true Curse of the Werewolf isn't that they turn into
beasts during the full moon, but that they are doomed to be
predominately portrayed through sub-par fictional works.
The main strength of you (sic) story is that the protagonist is very
believable. Seeing Alex immediately diagnose his condition after the
attack was great. Not so much in the sense that it was an incredible
piece of deduction; I would think that almost anyone living today that
was even remotely familiar with fiction would do the same. It's great
because so many authors feel the need to dumb down their MC's or make
them ignore the obvious, usually as some kind of trite method of
Awesome story, very well done. I look forward to reading the sequel,
this story just gets better with each chapter.
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