Based on the screenplay, WHEREWOLVES, by John Vamvas and Olga Montes this novel kept me on my toes once all the action started - I just couldn't put it down. A group of troubled high school seniors who mainly all come from military backgrounds, along with their teacher, The Sarge, go away on a weekend of survival training and must face their fears. The novel was completely unpredictable - I couldn't believe how it ended, I thought it was something else and I was completely fooled (in a good way). The entire novel was completely realistic as well (the way the teens talked, acted, were, etc). The beginning of the novel, which is really the end, starts with an action scene to grab your attention, and then moves on to build up the story a bit before the action at the end makes you not want to put the book down. The detail in the novel was so "detailed" that I vividly saw everything in my mind, but it wasn't too overwhelming. I am not usually into "werewolves" type novels, but this is not your usual "werewolves" novel either! I absolutely recommend it.
I hope a second novel is written, I want to know more, what happens next? What happens after Dawn leaves the cabin? Please give us more!
I cannot wait for this novel to come out on paperback, as I plan to get a print copy (I read the e-book) and get both Vamvas & Montes to sign it for me. (Is it a bonus that their adorable son is in my son's kindergarten class?) The ebook is currently available on amazon for a great price of around 3$.
I was given a copy of Wherewolves in exchange for my honest review.