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by Martin Millar
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Mike Finn
Mike Finn rated it 6 years ago
This is a fun book that stays with you long after it's finished. For the first few chapters I wondered what exactly I'd bought. Millar's writing style is hard to tag and initially I found it distracting but as I let myself listen to the rhythm, I realised that the occasional jerkiness of the text w...
BlondeBookBee rated it 9 years ago
An elaborate review can be found here:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=93D00HEKWsc
Rinn Reads
Rinn Reads rated it 9 years ago
Wow. Whatever I was expecting when I picked this book up, it was not this.From first glance, I thought it looked like a typical YA paranormal novel, admittedly I didn't really read the blurb properly. What it actually is, however, is a witty, paranormal YA novel filled with black humour and pop cult...
Sandra rated it 9 years ago
Borrow from Stella
anderlawlor rated it 11 years ago
I keep trying to read this book because there aren't many good books about female werewolves (or werewolves in general) but I keep getting put off by the language/voice/words. Maybe it gets better further in, or maybe I got suckered by the blurbs (Neil Gaiman, etc).
the terror of whatever
the terror of whatever rated it 12 years ago
I don't even know what to say, my love for this book is so immense. It says 5 up there, but it's a solid 8 stars.Read the description of the book up above, if it sounds like something you would like, then it probably is. I don't want to say anything else about it here because I will gush and cause s...
ReactionxReader rated it 12 years ago
+: The humor and the story are engaging, and the character development well executed-: Kalix can be gratingly juvenile at times and the book has its tiresome chaptersOverall: I liked it as a stand alone novel, but I'm looking forward to reading the sequel, now that I know it exists.
Bun's Books
Bun's Books rated it 52 years ago
I've been thinking all along about how I could possibly review this one, because when you describe the plot it sounds like a typical cheesy urban fantasy. A family of Scottish werewolves battle - mostly in London - over who will become the new leader after the old one dies, variously assisted, oppo...
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