Sisters Red is the story of Scarlett and Rosie March, two highly-skilled sisters who have been hunting the Fenris—werewolves who prey on teen girls—since Scarlett lost her eye years ago while defending Rosie in an attack. Scarlett lives to destroy the Fenris, and she and Rosie lure them in with... show more
Sisters Red is the story of Scarlett and Rosie March, two highly-skilled sisters who have been hunting the Fenris—werewolves who prey on teen girls—since Scarlett lost her eye years ago while defending Rosie in an attack. Scarlett lives to destroy the Fenris, and she and Rosie lure them in with red cloaks (a color the wolves can't resist), though Rosie hunts more out of debt to her sister than drive.But things seem to be changing. The wolves are getting stronger and harder to fight, and there has been a rash of news reports of countless teen girls brutally murdered in Atlanta. Scarlet and Rosie discover the truth: wolves have begun gathering in the city in search of a Potential Fenris—a man tainted by the pack but not yet fully changed. Desperate to find the Potential to use him as bait for a massive werewolf extermination, the sisters move to Atlanta with Silas, a young woodsman who is deadly with an ax. But the clues to finding the Potential aren't adding...
Publish date: 2010-06-07
Publisher: Little, Brown and Company
Pages no: 328
Edition language: English
Been wanting to read this for a long time, and I'm glad I have. Loved this book, can't wait to read the next.
This review can also be found at: MissKatiEllen & Goodreads. Fairy tales are everything, and fairy tale retellings are even better, but only when the author takes that tale and stamps their mark on it. Even if it means really changing up the story. I think what attracted me to Pearce is the fairy ...
Sisters Red is the first in an unconnected (as far as I can tell) series of fairytale retellings and this one borrows mostly from Little Red Riding Hood. It's about two sisters, Scarlett and Rosie whose Oma was killed by a Fenris when they were children. Scarlett was able to fight it off but lost an...
I really wanted to like this book. I love fairy tales. And the modern takes on them can be amazing, if done right. I thought the idea of turning little red riding hood into modern tale about hunting them was so cool. Unfortunately, the characters just did not do anything for me. I can almost always ...
I have many things to say about Sisters Red, and unfortunately, none of them are very complimentary.This had some much going for it. Jackson Pearce is a good writer (I really enjoyed Sweetly), the blurb is engaging and hooked me, the cover is lovely, the promise of a sweet sibling bond, action, stro...
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