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Raised by Wolves review

Raised by Wolves is a fascinating story of a 15 year old girl called Bryn who was taken in by werewolves after her parents were attacked when she was 4. Taught to run, fight and protect herself, she has become part of the wolf pack but has always kept her distance, trying to be her own person. When she realises the pack are hiding something from her, she is determined to discover the truth even of that means letting them in.

I loved the voice of Bryn in this book – strong, sassy, feisty and a survivor, she was a great character and not a typical girl in a supernatural novel – sh was tough. The world of the werewolf pack was actually realistic with how they interact close to real animals and you could tell the author has studied animal behaviour as it was so detailed, you felt you were part of them. You really got into Bryn’s head and were desperate for her to get to the truth.

This book was packed full of action with mystery and romance thrown in but mainly it was about loyalty, friendship and being your own person. There were plenty of twists and turns that kept me glued to the page and drew me in to Bryn’s world.

If you enjoy supernatural books, make this a must read. You won’t regret it! The best werewolf book I’ve read so far.

Rating: 5 / 5

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