I found Wolf in the Head an enjoyable read that gripped me from beginning to end. The main character, Marty has always had psychic powers but from an early age he became ostracised from others because of being different. As a result he has never before explored his full psychic potential. We meet him in the book when his confidence is growing assisted by the encyclopaedic knowledge provided by the `wolf' in his head that has somehow also occupied his consciousness. This together with his newfound friendship/romance with the young Vet Kate provided a springboard to the adventure. What I found especially intriguing was how this book introduced interesting and original themes which kept me thinking about the story long after I'd read the final page.
Wolf in the Head I was recommended this novel and I was not disappointed. It is one of those books that make you want to keep reading. The author’s imagination, surreal elements and pace makes time whiz by until you are left with a satisfied sense of utter enjoyment. I have immediately purchased Wings of Da Vinci by the same author in the hope it will give me a similar feeling. I highly recommend this novel.