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Werewolves: The Pack
     

Werewolves: The Pack

4.3 21
by Angela Beegle
 
What would you do if you went into the hospital after an accident, and came out a werewolf? How would you keep your parents from finding out, attend a family gathering at full moon, and deal with an older werewolf who thinks he's the boss of you? How would you find out how you got infected? Creede White has a big challenge ahead of him, and it's going to get ugly

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WerewolvesThe Pack 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 21 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed this book. Approx. 1200 pages. Give it a try, you most likely will enjoy it also.
TheOneTrueBen More than 1 year ago
Definitely worth the money. ES:W is strongly character driven, so author Angela Beegle doesn't feel constrained to throw in random fight scenes or gratuitous make-out sessions. What we get are three primary protagonists (Creede, Mandy and Rosemary) exploring their new lives as werewolves under the dubious tutelage of a lone wolf who is acting as their alpha (Frank). Like any person, they have limitations and problems, and being a werewolf doesn't magically solve them. Likewise, becoming a new wolf brings its own set of obstacles, and Beegle explores both the pros and cons of their new lycanthropic state from a fresh point of view. Gone is the instant six-pack abdomen and perfect set of breasts and buns of pop-culture trash novels. In its place is the constant need for meat, and unique ways of getting it. Add to that a take I have yet to encounter in a werewolf story: How does a vegetarian cope with becoming a werewolf? Plus, she looks at how the change affects some of the other people in their lives, bringing characters to the mix that are not only deeper than they appear to be at first glance, but who grow some. No instant awakenings or sit-com turnarounds here. Growth is slow, and sometimes it hurts, which was, for this reader, part of the story's appeal. With all that said, the potential reader has to stick with the story and forgive the early tendency for the author to mix "showing" and "telling". Early sections will fly by, with some parts lacking as much detail as others, until about a quarter of the way through. It feels at first as if the author just wanted to get through certain portions, but after the one-quarter mark, it feels like she has settled into her pace, and is enjoying each thread of her narrative equally. The story ends with a few questions left unanswered about the characters, but with the hope that those questions can be explored in later books. The ending, while a tad anti-climactic, did satisfy my sense of justice, and rang true to the realistic, gritty world Beegle lets us peer into for a while. If you want a good read, with a unique, realistic twist on what a werewolf's life is like, this is a good choice.
Elayna Messenger More than 1 year ago
It had great fight scenes and slow meaningfull parts an all around great read
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love reading this series, the author shows real life situations ina wolf pack; from love to bulling
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Im Lili for short. Human I have long black curly hair and a lovely dancers body. I have ice blue eyes. Wolf I am all silver and smaller. I am demanding and expect to be respected. I love to fight. I am looking for a mate.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Vamps and weres are not REAL!!!!!!! THANK you for listening. :D
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Yeah
eldbooks More than 1 year ago
It had a different way in it to become a werewolf and it was not bad but not a book I found that I could not put down . Not in the field with BITTEN by Kelley Armstrong but not bad .
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great read. I will look for more by this author. It keeps you glued to the story.
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Hi im skyler wpuld you like to be a werewolve?
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Jax looks like taylor lautner. Cuz I have always wanted him as a brother. Heehee. And his wolf is the same as well. He is large as a wolf. He is kind to those who are kind. Sarcastic to tjose sarcastic. Silent to those silent. Ect. He is very protective of what he has. His sister and pack....Kira is five foot two with mid back length natural pure white hair. Her skin is a golden tan. Her right eye is a deep violet with silver glint. Her left face is just scared. No eye. Mouth and nose are fine but itherwise just an old sfar covering where the skin and eye shiuld be. She has an athletic body with nit a lot if curves or chest but well built for fastness and agility. She has the mind of a child at times and memory loss some times. She can be shy or angry or any mood. randome swings. Her wolf is a light chocolate with white on her chest and belly and right paw.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I recomend this book to all people evety age this book is theBEST!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I hate vampires. My name is Nicole. I am a half werewolf. Runzhi is a full vampire. I am her friend. But i hate other vampires. Kylee jones is a vampire. How could she betray me like that?! Isaac is a werewolf. Should i be scared or happy about that?? In runzhis opinion..i should be scared. But in isaacs opinion...i should be happy. I wonder why........dalton is a human. He thinks i should be scared. Marilyn is a death the kid fan. So am i. (But i am more of a crona fan.)
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Lets go t our other book...until ppl leave