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Feral (Many Lives Book 1) by [Hariharan, Laxmi]
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4.3 out of 5 stars 27 customer reviews
Book 1 of 4 in Many Lives (4 Book Series)

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  • Print Length: 220 pages
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  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01GCWLDJG
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars 27 customer reviews
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I loved this book, it made me wish I was a shifter, again hours of sleep gone, it's 3'50am and I need to be up in 2 hours 10 minutes.
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Goes down as another off my 2017 Bookworm Bingo Challenge – A book about shifters. Interesting world you are thrown into and it is intriguing to see where it goes from here.

It’s the year 2036 and our story starts in Powai Hills on the outskirts of Bombay where Maya and her family stay in the shadows. They have to stay hidden due to being part of a pack of human-wolf shifters; danger is ever present until they can find a way to coexist between the full humans somehow. Maya and her friend Luke have been close ever since she can remember but it is only since he started to be able to shift that she has felt a pull towards him. They both feel it and know what it means for their future but at the same time Maya knows something is wrong. She’s different and has felt a disconnection with the pack for some time. It’s not until she confronts her mother, the alpha of the pack, that she gets the truth. Well to a point that is. She tells her that she found Maya lost in the forest as a child and saved her. Maya now needs to find out where she came from to figure out who she really is. To do this she must leave the closeness of the only family she has ever known and the boy who she knows is her future, her mate. Will he love her enough to let her go, more importantly does he trust her enough to come back?

On her journey she stumbles across Jai after getting a job as a waitress in Bombay. The place her ma says she was from. After just one meeting she feels a sort of connection to him and has a need to know him better even though she has feelings for Luke. She can’t explain it at first or maybe just doesn’t want to until the answer is thrown in her face. She knows she is 100% human and surrounded by her own kind but still she feels disconnected in the Utopia world she now finds herself in.
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I was given this book by the author. I decided to leave a review. This is my honest review.
I've only just started reading paranormal and fantasy books and love them, I'd always read romance books but I find that I can let my imagination run wild with this genre.
This book is about a girl that finds out her life so far had been a lie, she has lived with a hybrid werewolf pack since she was a baby after being found in a forest wandering on her own, this she only finds out when she is 17 and wonders why she's never felt like she fits in, she's never changed from human form and still hopes she will because Luke was late changing at 16 maybe she will be.
Then her world falls apart when her mother admits that she was found in the forest alone wandering. She is thrown into confusion not knowing what to do apart from leave to search for her real family in the human world.
I loved this slant on the regular shifters stories you find yourself feeling sorry for both Maya and her ma who has been her mother for as long as she's known.
You find yourself not wanting her to leave, then willing her to go back to all she's ever known, this world she moves to is nothing like the life she's always known.
Luke loves her and wants her to be his mate and you want them to get together and worry she'll turn her back on the pack forever.
It's a brilliant story although it's short it is very well written and is full of emotion which makes you willing Maya to make the right choices before it's too late.
If you like shifter fantasy books you'll love this, I can't wait to read the next in the series to find out what happens to Maya and if she's untangled her thoughts enough to make the right choice for her and not because she feels let down by .
Can she ever live as a human in the pack and feel part of it and belong or will she feel more at home with other humans. Utterly brilliant!
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The book is told by the young girl Maya, who has always felt as if though she didn't belong. Not to her family, her peers, her life. She confronts her mother and in anger leaves to the world they avoid in search of her "real family"; the world of humans. For Maya belongs to hybrid pack of werewolves. She leaves behind Luke, the one who loves her, in hopes of finding those who will be like her. Did her "mother" really find her or did she steal her away from a loving family. If she finds them will they accept her back, will she want to part of their lives, will she find someone to replace the love she ran away from. She will find more than she expected, a love that could have destroyed her. I don't do spoilers so all these questions can only be answered by reading the emotionally packed "Feral", a stand alone novella, the start of a new series by this author, the "Many Lives" series. If you like reading dystopian stories, this is a very different view of a changed world
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This book is great! Set in the future. Maya has been raised by a group of Hybrid wolves, she's now 16 and waiting to turn. She's been close to Luke since they were very young and adult feelings have started to develop between them, when she finds out she's not a hybrid but fully human, her adoptive mum tells her the gods led them to her and she was found wandering in the forest when very young and she will be their saviour to bridge the gap between the hybrids and the humans - Maya feels confused she loves her adoptive wolf family but also feels as though her whole life has been a sham, and being the strong willed female she is, she sets off to find out from where and whom she came from. I won't tell you more as I'd hate to spoil the plot for you, but it is definitely well worth reading and personally I can't wait to read Taken book 2 of this series - Enjoy
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