Friday, December 28, 2012

Broods of Fenrir Book Review

Shapeshifter Brand Geirson was raised to rule the Broods of Fenrir, but he refused his birthright. Instead, he killed their brutal leader–his own father–and walked away.

For hundreds of years he’s avoided brood society, until a werewolf kills an innocent human woman and Brand finds himself dragged back into the violent politics of the shapeshifters. When the two brood women who mean the most to him come under threat, he must take up the throne and risk becoming the kind of vicious bastard his father was, or let the broods descend further into chaos–taking the friend he swore to protect and his lover with them.

My Review

I received a copy of this novel in exchange for my honest review.  Brand Geirson is next in line to rule.  Unfortunately, he doesn’t want to rule, he doesn’t want anything but to be left alone.  But while avoiding his brood, a werewolf has killed a human and he must return.  This book is fast paced and a great read, although very violent.  This is a book certainly not for kids, however, if you’re an adult and into werewolves and the paranormal, then this is a pretty interesting book for you and definitely worth adding to your “to be read” pile”.
 
About the Author

Coral Moore has always been the kind of girl who makes up stories. Fortunately, she never quite grew out of that. She writes because she loves to invent characters and the desire to find out what happens to her creations drives the tales she tells.

Prompted by a general interest in how life works, her undergraduate schooling was in biology. She follows science news and enjoys conversations about genetics and microbiology as much as those about vampires and werewolves. Coral writes speculative fiction and is pursuing a Master of Fine Arts in Writing at Albertus Magnus College.

Currently she lives in Connecticut with the love of her life, who offers both encouragement and kicks in the tail when necessary. Also in residence are two mammals of the families Canidae and Felidae.
 
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4 comments:

  1. Definitely my genre! I'm adding it to goodreads.

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  2. sounds like an interesting book

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  3. sounds like a good read - thanks for the blurb!

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