Cody is the new kid in town. He’s hardly been around long enough for his crush to know he’s the Amazing Wolf Boy. Now his mother wants him committed to a Werewolf Asylum. Cody isn’t the only one having parent issues. Brittney and a runaway kid from the nearby Native American tribe also deal with some heavy family drama. Smolen is great at utilizing a recurring theme.
I really liked the different method of shape changing that was introduced in this installment. If I could change into any animal, but it had to be one that I killed, I might end up being something wimpy. Then again, maybe I could get a hawk. It would be awesome to be a bird of prey.
There is more fun in the nude camp next door to Brittney’s house in this one too.
I received a free copy in exchange for a review. Any review. That fact that it’s a good one is because the book is good. Which has nothing to do with how awesome I am. You’ll have to find that out for yourself @S_Shane_Thomas on Twitter.
There was a scene where a couple character surprised me with a show of loyalty that actually made me a bit misty eyed. Don’t tell the other guys…