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For Kate and Logan Danvers, 16-year-old twins of the werewolf Alpha, nothing could ruin a summer faster than the words “supernatural teen leadership conference”. They expected a boring week of earnest political discussions and team-building exercises. Instead, in Wolf’s Bane, they got a crash-course in real-life leadership when the camp imploded and the twins and their new friends fled into the West Virginia forest.

Now, in Wolf’s Curse, the group has taken refuge in a magically warded cabin only to discover that they might have been safer taking their chances with the demon outside. Trapped in a dark witch’s sanctuary, surrounded by hell hounds, the twins will need to hone their leader and team-building skills fast. There are battles to be waged and mysteries to be solved. Friendships to be forged in conflict and lost in betrayal. Even romances spark to life amid the turmoil.

It might not be the way Kate and Logan expected to spend their week, but it will certainly be a summer camp to remember.

©2020 K.L.A. Fricke Inc. (P)2020 Audible, Inc.

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  • Melissa
  • 2020-08-02

Overly Preachy about Gender Fluidity

The constant monologues about how ALL the characters should be sexually fluid and gender neutral in their attractions to others annoyed me. Is it not okay to be straight anymore?

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  • Jeanne206206
  • 2020-09-23

was this written by Kelly Armstrong?!

I have read the women of the Otherworld series several times through. I love Armstrong's work. And this just doesn't feel like it. The main characters find it difficult to hurt someone or kill the bad guy??? What? On top of that she pushes gender politics way too much. They'll be talking about escape or something and in the middle of that "oh wait! I'm bisexual!". And lastly. The first and second book should be one book. It isn't a TV show where you can stop in the middle of the story. Super disappointed with this. I was excited, and now I don't want to read any more of this series.

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  • Dakota
  • 2020-06-29

Not what I expected

After the previous story I didn't expect this on to be more about teens trying to determine their sexuality. It seems the author tried to force every type of relationship or sexual orientation from a full transvestite that is 13 years old to perverted guys that want to hurt people. I didn't finish the book because it took away from the story. The story could have been constructed better.

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  • Anniken
  • 2020-12-08

Diverse and interesting, but kinda fluffy

Regarding the sexuality and gender stuff so many seem to focus on: Yes, it is mentioned. Yes, it is diverse. Does it take away from the story? No, not at all. It actually makes it grow in some rather interesting and original ways.
And it's very refreshing to see so much diversity in YA - not that Armstrong's been non-diverse before.

I'm only giving a 3/5 star rating, however, because there was some stuff here that was only filler - not the sexuality stuff. "story" stuff.
I think it could easily have been cut to combine the 2 books into 1 better one, but I do love Armstrong and don't mind supporting her art.

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  • Peggy Beckerdite
  • 2020-05-13

Great story, not thrilled with performance.

I really enjoyed the story, however I was t impressed with the narration. The male narrator was a little flat with his tone for me, and the female was way to nasal. I was able to get past both, and finished this and the first volume in just a little over 24 hours. I would recommend it to all readers who enjoyed the “Otherworld “ series.