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The Abused Werewolf Rescue Group has ratings and reviews. Vinaya said: They say one picture is worth a thousand words. So here's one picture. When Tobias Richard Vandevelde wakes up in hospital with no memory of the night before, his horrified mother tells him that he was found unconscious.
And when it finally came I was ecstatic! Good werewolf stories are so hard to come by without them being either shape-shifters or totally obsessed with packs or mating, and when I heard that a story like this was coming my way I couldn't get to the first page fast enough. The first thing I loved was Toby's personality.
It fit his age, yet gave him that 'Main Character' feel along with it. He is only thirteen, and actually ACTS his age rather than these other books that portray their teens and children as if they'd experienced everything and more. He loved make-shift bombs and bottle-rockets and playing pranks on the neighbors like any normal thirteen year old would.
He was loveable, all the way up to being kidnapped, then he reacted the way a normal kid would: Panic and wanting to call his mother.
Which, really, is kind of whimpish, but really what thirteen year old isn't? When you're thirteen, you don't adapt and then adjust to stay calm.
You lose your mind and beg for a way out. And the way Toby handled everything fit just right. What I didn't really like was the lack of explanation for the werewolf condition. We learn that the hair grows faster, your reflexes and sense of smell is heightened, and that you Change once a month. But what exactly happens during the Change? Do they feel pain during the transformation? Do they really experience it, or completely block out every second once it starts? Toby in his ending monologue only suggests that he's done it, and doesn't explain the experience, leaving us to wonder how it goes.
Neither of the books explain the transformation very well, and I long to have my transformation- the kind with snapping bones and blood curdling screams as every cell in their body morphs, not the instant switch between man and wolf. I bought this book hoping to catch a glimpse of what it was like for these people to become the beasts that lurked inside, but only heard mentions that it happens and nothing more. That disappointed me, but this book still kept me latched on even though.
The dialogue was witty and funny, the characters were brilliantly portrayed, and everything felt so natural you would actually guess that it wasn't really Fiction and was truly the re-telling of a young man's struggle. I loved this book, despite its hastened ending that leaves so much open, and would recommend it to just about everyone I know as a great summer read.
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