It was well-written, original and a lot of fun to read.
The story lacked a richness, and I found that I did not identify with or like any of the characters, especially the main character, Kalix.
The combination of humor and darkness, and the London setting, reminds me of Neil Gaiman's novel Neverwhere.
Book was in great condition and arived before expected. I'm very happy with my purchase.Published 6 months ago by Jenny Moore
Strange, amusing, suspenseful, entertaining, believable characters (even though many are werewolves, they're amazingly human), a better-than-average read.Published 7 months ago by D. M. Rabinowitch
I really wanted to like this book but the stilted writing and the bare nods to explanation and character depth put me off. I know Mr. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Heather McDougal
Kalix is exiled from Scotland after attacking and heavily wounding her father, the Thane of the great MacRinnalch werewolf clan, and is on the run from those who would drag her... Read morePublished 11 months ago by E. N. Zelnio
I picked up this book on a whim because I enjoyed The Good Faires of New York so much. I absolutely fell in love with it. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Rhiannon R. Waay
We chose this for my book club reading and it was a fun read. Mr. Martin Miller has a playful sense of humor.Published 15 months ago by Lynni0
I REALLY must re-think allowing my favorite authors to sell me on another author. (Gaiman)
There is a vast amount of detail in the backstory. Read more
Lonely Werewolf Girl by Martin Miller
Book in One(ish) Sentence: "Imagine Kurt Vonnegut reading Marvel Comics with The Clash thrashing in the background. Read more
Isolated and alone, Kalix MacRinnalch is living on the streets of London, dodging murderous werewolf hunters and family members while feeding her laudanum habit. Read morePublished on September 28, 2012 by Jan Butterworth