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Werewolf Apocalypse (The Amazing Wolf Boy) (Volume 4) Paperback – October 22, 2015
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About the Author
Roxanne Smolen became enamored by werewolves after watching the movie Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein when she was a girl. The pathos of the wolfman character touched her even then. As she grew into her author shoes, the idea of a conflicted werewolf character grew as well until she knew his story had to be told. Her wolf boy series takes place in Loxahatchee, Florida, not far from her home.
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Roxanne Smolen continues to enthrall with her Amazing Wolf Boy Series. Cody is still too brave for his own good – and maybe others. There are still villainous shapeshifters, a rotten doctor on the loose (and I'm not talking about Cody's mother), and Cody and Brittany having misunderstandings every 5 minutes or so.
I love this series. I love Cody and Brittany together, I love the snarky dialogue, and the excellent prose. This is generally a clean series, good for teens and good for adults.
Heres's hoping for another one.