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Orphaned at a young age, Grazi has always been the "lone wolf" of her community. She has Nonna to care for her, and she lives among the family of her family. Yet she has never truly belonged with anyone, maybe not even fully with Nonna who took her in at her very worst. Her family-situations becomes increasingly more complex when her father's family shows up out of no where, changing her life forever. Could things get any worse?
Now it is up to Grazi to train to fight the forces of evil, as a creature sanctioned by God for the very purpose of serving Him and His creations. Grazi might have always been different, but the forces at work around her are far beyond her wildest imaginings. She can only hope that when the time comes, she will be strong enough to lead the battle against evil and restore goodness to the world.
I liked this little story. It was no novella, but it was not the full-blown novel that I was expecting either. It always amazes me when good authors can fit so much story into such a short number of pages. The plot advanced quite nicely and was paced at a manageable rate. Very well done.
The only issue I had were the spattering of grammatical errors throughout the book, but nothing too severe as to detract from my enjoyment and the story itself. All-in-all, I would definitely recommend this to this with a fancy for the paranormal and a respect/admiration for the Catholic Faith, as this book is heavy on Catholic practices.
She had a normal teenage life. Mean girls tormenting her and a cute guy she was crushing on. Life wasn't easy as it was but then things got even worse. She was to lead an army of werewolves to fight demons and she was so not ready for that....
This book intrigued me from the very beginning. I loved reading about Grazi and her life. All the supporting characters were well written as well. As book one its clearly a "build up" to the main plot so the story leaves a lot of unanswered questions. But there was no frustrating cliff hanger so people like me can enjoy it (I just don't like cliff hanger).
I will recommend this book to any paranormal fiction's fan. Its worth a read!!
The premise is that Maria is a teenage orphan living with extended family. We meet Nonna, her grandmother whom she loves dearly, a fun and loving uncle, a haughty aunt, and two bratty cousins, one of which enjoys making Maria's school life miserable. After in incident in P.E, Maria discovers that she is a wolf, so she needs to learn to live as a wolf and battle typical teenage problems and milestones at the same time.
It would be great to see this get vetted through a good editor because the bones of the story are good.
Maria Grazi Kelly is in the 10th grade at a Catholic school. Her parents passed away when she was just three and her grandmother has raised her as her own. Grazi, a nickname most people refer to her by, leads a fairly typical teenage life. But, things are about to change. One day she's struggling to quietly get through high school and the next day she has the attention of Sebastian, the cutest most popular boy in the school. As if that whole thing isn't confusing enough, her long lost uncle appears and reveals a secret that's been kept from her, her entire life. Maria Grazi Kelly is a werewolf! Her uncle reveals the importance of embracing her change and her role to defeat evil. A young werewolf, named Ronan, travels from Ireland to help Grazi train for the upcoming battle. Grazi begins to come to terms with her transformation, but the startling truth behind her parents' deaths and the recent brutal murders in the area are more than she can handle. What else are those closest to her hiding?
Wolf Moon is well worth the read. I was drawn to Maria and the strife between her snobby cousin and aunt (and ultimately relieved when Maria's grandmother finally puts them in their place) as we have all faced these types of people at one time or another. I think creating Maria as a down to earth teen with similar high school problems like many of those who will read this story is very effective. Being able to identify with Maria keeps readers from being shocked by her transformation and instead leaves them pulling for her gain control and battle to victory. The vivid detail and well organized plot make Wolf Moon an enjoyable and unforgettable read.
I highly recommend picking up a copy.
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Maria lost her parents when she was very young and thanks to the gods she has her Nonna.Read more
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