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I’m very intrigued by this book. The blurb sounds unlike any werewolf book that I’ve ever come across in my endless wanderings. It’s also written by a male author which in itself makes me want to read it because I don’t often get to experience the opposite sex’s POV.
The Pack is different. The publisher described this debut novel as “a compelling, contemporary novel about job loss, real estate, anxiety, parenting—and werewolves.” At its vortex is Simon Burns, a young man thrust by joblessness into a role that he clearly dreads: stay-at-home dad. As family tensions rise, Simon is drawn deeper and deeper into a circle of other playground dads. The companionship that first provides him with much needed comfort takes a dangerous leap into the unknown. Before long, the discomforted dad realizes that he himself is changing in most disturbing ways.
June 7, 2011
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I review Urban Fantasy and Paranormal Romance books with a focus all things werewolf. Based out of Ottawa, Canada