Wolfsong

Wolfsong It was Nico who first told me I was a werewolf But then it was Nico who first told me almost everything

  • Title: Wolfsong
  • Author: Amanda Prantera
  • ISBN: 9780704372467
  • Page: 374
  • Format: Paperback
  • It was Nico who first told me I was a werewolf But then it was Nico who first told me almost everything

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    1. Wolfsong explores the bonds that tie relationships together, whilst shining new and unexpected lights upon the concept of werewolves. A short book that doesn't immediately scream YA, Wolfsong meanders through Sarah's final steps in the jump from youthful naïveté to adult realisation and acceptance. It is a new take on the coming of age tale.The way in which the narrative unfolds is as beautiful as the concept of woman-as-wolf moments are unique. Sarah responds to the nudges of knowledge from N [...]

    2. The mysterious blurb doesn't really give you all that information about the plot of Wolfsong but that seems to almost work in its favour. It's a short book and so the majority is given over to the life and society of Nico and Sarah - the fact that they're werewolves seems almost incidental. It's only approaching the end that the implications and hardships are shown and it's a shock when they are. I was completely blown away because I just didn't see it coming.Just to re-emphasise - this isn't Yo [...]

    3. Werewolves. Two. Two female werewolves. Three words (or four or five). The words don't make a story, but when woven into a beautiful sensitive tale like this one by Amanda Prantera, they make for a very special reading experience.

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