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Frostbite: A Werewolf Tale

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  • Posted November 12, 2010

    Good writing, but over rated as a story.

    I liked this book, up until about the 3/4 mark - about when the reader starts to realize that there's not really going to be an ending. It's not just an expression of horror of tragedy; the entire plot just sort of vanishes in a few pages of abdication of morality and responsibility. By the end I didn't really like any of the characters, didn't see much of a resolution, and found most of the actions unbelievable.

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  • Posted August 20, 2010

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    Just Couldn't Sink My Teeth In

    I know many people loved this book but I'm sorry I'm just not one of them. I love that the author had this originally as a short story and took the advice and urgings of his fans to expand on it into a full book, I also like that the cover was an image a fan sent the author along with the suggestion of a title. And I enjoyed that Wellington opted not to glamorize lycanthropy or have a love story as the focus like so many have done. But the story is choppy, the time-line is split and doesn't flow easily. There were far to many unanswered questions throughout the book and it read more like a bad TV movie script then a novel. However if you plan to read it I'd recommend checking this book out at the library first instead of buying it.

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