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Couldn't get into this one. I lasted one-and-a-bit chapters before deleting this.,
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This review is from: Sherry's Wolf (After the Crash #3.5) (Kindle Edition)
This is meant to be a tale of, I think, wolf-shifters in a post-apocalyptic world. I say 'think', as the author hinted at this, but didn't entirely clarify, and by the time I abandonned it, I kind of felt that she'd had ample opportunity to expand on the world she'd created, but she failed to do so.
I had a few issues with this book: the female lead was whiny, a bit up herself and didn't seem to have a mind of her own, as one person suggested one thing and she went with that, then another made another suggestion and she went with that...and I got bored. Then, the author seemed to have issues with race: the female lead was described as 'not really black, but a mix of black and Native American', with emphasis being given to the colour of her skin. Then another male, related to the female lead, was depicted as what I interpreted the author to mean 'black black'. I really didn't see the need for such distinction, and by then, I was bored with the female lead, the male lead for wanting such and airhead of a female, and with the tale itself. Had this not been free, I'd have asked for my money back, and as it is, I wish I could have my wasted 10 mins back.