The Wolf at His Door
Publish date: July 1st 2013
Pages no: 300
Edition language: English
Series: The Runes Trilogy (#1)
As opening scenes go, The Wolf at His Doorhas one hell of a kick-ass means of dragging us, kicking and screaming, into the story. It all begins with a flashback to a pregnant mother, suffering from both physical and emotional distress, convinced that something is terribly wrong with her unborn child...
DNF at 20%.I am not going to rate it with so little to go on, but I have to say, what a terrible terrible book!The characters, the writing style... none of it was even remotely appealing to me.The writing: I hated the constant POV changes. Everyone in this book gets a few pages... I didn't feel conn...
I wanna start by pointing out how many 4 and 5 star reviews there are for this book. But unfortunately I was left feeling rather... ambivalent.The Story: The basic premise of this is unique, I can't say too much more than that as information is revealed to the reader at an appropriate pace. We're gi...
Alec has many good friends, a twin brother and big sister who support him and even now a new boyfriend – well, potential boyfriend. Sure their parents fight a lot and not all is warm and fuzzy – and his headaches can make him damn miserable at times, but things are good. Except those headaches are...
2.5 starsThings I liked: -Lucy and Geraldine, bless their hearts.-a werewolf story taken in a new direction, mystery and intrigue!-an enjoyable plot, I'm looking forward to the next book so I can see what happens.Things I didn't like:-chemistry between Jared and Alec? I didn't see any. -the writing ...
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