With their secrets revealed, Nate and his fellow werewolves are forced to live in the isolated ruins of their town. Meanwhile, Riley, now in exile, awaits the time when her duty as a so-called guardian may be required once more. Wolfland is Book #4 from Werewolf Council, an EPIC Press series.
|Interest Level||Grade 5 - Grade 12|
|Reading Level||Grade 5|
|BISACS||JUV002250, JUV053000, JUV037000|
|Genre||Hi-Lo, Young Adult|
|Subject||Horror, Mystery & Suspense|
|Number of Pages||208|
|Title Format||Reinforced Library Bound Hardcovers, Anywhere eBooks|
|Dimensions||5.75 x 8.5|
|Features||Reviewed and Table of contents|
Werewolf Council – Pop Mythology
The story is good, not just young-adult good, but fully-matured good. I felt very fortunate to have the entire series at the ready because I did not want to pause, and upon completing one book I found myself immediately reaching for the next one. Manoa has found his storytelling voice in this series and his craft is fully refined. The books have a unique style and the descriptions are almost cinematic in nature. It is as if Manoa is mentally watching a movie and capturing the action on paper – a screenplay turned prose. This voice lends an extremely vivid visual feel to the story and places the reader in the center of the action.
. . . as adults we all contribute to the continuing evolution of our Rousseauian social contract. To do so thoughtfully and responsibly, we must ask ourselves, “What is safety and what is freedom?” and what equilibrium between them should we strive for? Werewolf Council provides an engaging framework for young adults to approach these complex moral dilemmas.