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Thursday, April 28, 2011

Raised by Wolves by Jennifer Lynn Barnes (3 reviews)

Darby, 15
Jennifer Lynn Barnes
Raised by Wolves
Egmont 2010

Bronwyn Alessia St. Vincent Clare proved to be the most amazing female character ever.  Her mere presence in the story made it burn with awesomeness, not to say that the plot wasn't appealing as well.  Bryn, the badass chick who has been raised by wolves from the age of four, and a secret that holds the key to her past . . . and future.  The book hooked me from page one.

Rating: 5 Hard to imagine a better book
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Jonathan,     17
Jennifer Lynn Barnes
Raised by Wolves  
Egmont USA    2010

   This book was easily the best book I've ever read. I don't usually read, but once I started this book I found myself trying to read just a few more pages any chance I could. When I finished this one, I just wanted to start another one right away. I would strongly recommend this to people who have a hard time getting into books. The author moves fast right from the start and keeps you reading. Great book!!!
     
Rating: 5 Q. Hard to imagine a better book.
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Shaun, 13
Jennifer Lynn Barnes
Raised by Wolves

Violent, aggressive and mysterious describes this book very well. Suggested to everybody. I would like to say that she is a very heartfelt character and would like to see more. This book is about a girl who's family is killed by a rabid werewolf when she's little and is taken in by the pack. I like how despite living with wolves she stays alive.

Rating: 5 Q. Hard to imagine a better book.
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