The Abused Werewolf Rescue Group
by Catherine Jinks
This book came in a box of books that we received to review...
It immediately appealed to my 13 year old daughter...I knew that with all the Twilight and Werewolf movies and books out there, this one would be a perfect fit for her.
She loved the book, and being 13, thinks that telling me about it for a review constitutes homework...so this is all I could get out of her:
What Keri liked - I really liked this book because there was a lot of suspense and I couldn't wait to see what happened next.She said she had a hard time putting it down and really enjoyed reading it.
A little about the book:
The brilliant companion to The Reformed Vampire Support Group follows the trials and adventures of Toby, whose life changes after he is found in a dingo pen with no memory of the night before.So, from Keri this is 2 thumbs up!!
I still hadn't fully absorbed the terrible possibility that I might actually be a werewolf. A werewolf. I kept stumbling over that word; it made no sense to me. How could I be a werewolf? Werewolves didn't exist.
When Tobias Richard Vandevelde wakes up in hospital with no memory of the night before, his horrified mother tells him that he was found unconscious. At Featherdale Wildlife Park. In a dingo pen.
He assumes that his two rambunctious best friends are somehow responsible, until he discovers that they're just as freaked out as he is. Then the mysterious Reuben turns up, claiming that Toby has a rare and dangerous 'condition'. Next thing he knows, Toby finds himself involved with a strange bunch of sickly insomniacs who seem convinced that he needs their help.
It's not until he's kidnapped and imprisoned that he starts to believe them - and to understand what being a paranormal monster really means. (Taken from girl.com.au)
Disclosure: I was sent a copy of this book to review. All thoughts and opinions posted belong to me and my family.