"Rowanna Green's Big Bad Wolf keeps its audience guessing. Though containing adult content and themes, the novel is written in such a way that a reader can learn techniques to overcome and survive certain dark situations. The end is complete and satisfying - a great way to round out the trilogy." - Hannah Sullivan, Author of Thunder
"Where Big Bad Wolf scores over its prequels is in its character development. These unsung heroes find themselves in situations that require a certain finesse and have to overcome odds that most couldn't even begin to think about. Every book in the series finds a new element of their lives to explore, both personally and professionally, but this time around there's a greater sense of inner conflict that seems more nihilistic and this leaves a lasting impact we can sense and feel." - SM, Author, Illustrator and Poet
"I love the background on the lesser known characters; I can just imagine Jem playing with her brothers, getting covered in mud and scraps and bruises. And I can totally relate to the fact she finds it difficult to get along with other women - I often prefer male company myself!" - Lubelz, Amazon Reader, UK
"Loved the book. Nice ending. As with the other books, the characters stick with you. It was the first thing I thought of when I got up in the morning, and it ran through my head all day." - Jackie Trimm, Amazon Reader
"I liked the prologue ending, and wanted to keep reading to find out what happened to Pete. The chapter giving more about Jemma is good, it allowed me to better understand why she is so mean to Carrie. There are so many characters and the way a different character tells a different chapter is good but a little hard to follow. My biggest thing about this book is the readers get to play detective and try to see if they can figure it out before the end of the book. " - Lynne LaCroix, Amazon Reader
From the Author
It ends where it began, with Ginny and Rick, and their story-arc comes to a close which several beta readers have found "satisfying." I suspect there's a lot more mileage in some of the other characters, but they will have to wait - I have a number of other irons in the fire this year. Let me know if you think someone else deserves a story of their own, or a new adventure.