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The Story Which Was A story which was a exploration of a teen girl s attempt to not only navigate high school in a poverty stricken town but to navigate being a powerful protective werewolf in a high school in a poverty stricken town uite suddenly took a hard left turn and became something that not only made little sense was very poorly written While some of the plot points introduced toward the end of the book could be interesting and could fit in with the story as a whole Agricultural Science for CSEC Examinations dumping them in at the end of the book with no explanation and very poor writing andor editing ruined the entire book for me Unless I see proof that the last 14 of the book was completely redone before publication there is very little chance that I will ever bother to read any further books in this series Which is unfortunate because I really really loved this book when it began Full review at Blame ChocolateI was provided with an advanced reader copy of Weregirl by NetGalley for an honest review Thank you to Chooseco for the opportunityOverall I thought this book was amazing It had all the things I look for in a female protagonist and storyline and was such a breeze to read Plus it had wolves What could I possibly ask forThere were some things that confused and bothered me though For instance there was a parental figure relationship that creeped me out a little and someecisions Nessa made and adventures she got herself into that seemed a little stupid on her part and could have been handled Alphas Abused Mate differently Of course she s a teenager and maybe I m just expecting too much from her given the situations that were completely out of her leagueThe paceid slow a bit at times but it was not a huge Twas the Night B'Fore Christmas: An African-American Version deal for me as it gave me time to process everything that had happened until that point and just enjoy the ride Calmly Other Weregirl by CD BallI ve been looking for a uality shifter story this was before I checked out Hair In All the Wrong Places and Blood and Rain which is a ridiculouslyifferent style of story than Weregirl and there was initially a lot to like about this book There wasn t a lot of horror and the small town vibe fit with this type of story It has a bit of a cozy mystery vibe early on which worked well for a YA werewolf book Nessa s initial transformation is tied to her track running and emotions That was interesting and reminded me of Ginger Snaps a bit but without the boat loads of blood shame I loved Nessa as a high school athlete trying to get a college scholarship to leave her hometown I really related to that and I love stories about female athletes Her character and her struggles around life are vivid and real and Nessa s Climate Smart Agriculture (Natural Resource Management and Policy Book 52) desires to run kept me hooked on this book even though there were parts Iidn t likeThere s no real romance with Nessa and anyone which I suspected might happen later in the book and while there was a Academic Body direction I think it might have gone there s enough obscuring of the romantic interest to allow focus on Nessa s internal struggles An athletic female protagonistraws me into stories so I liked Nessa and some of the other characters felt Saint Germain On Alchemy developed too The romance plot was interesting in that Nessaoesn t fall into anyone s arms immediately and the story stays friendly and never Chasing the Red Queen delves into romance plots which is abnormal in paranormal stories I always have mixed feelings with romance plotlines so Weregirl going light on the romance anglesidn t bother me There s Haylee definitely a tease at who the other real werewolf isAnd now to the rant section HOLD ON Weregirl was interesting and original novel I liked the main character Nessa who wanted to get is a scholarship with her running but I found her a bit annoying I think all in all I had a bit higher expectations for this bookHowever it was a good read I really liked the covers of Weregirl and the artwork inside the book was beautiful as well Thank you Chooseco and Netgalley for a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review I can t get enough of werewolf stories if they reone right To me Weregirl by CD Bell isn t one of those stories It had a strong solid start that kept me wanting but after Nessa changed for the first time is when the story starts to fizzle out for me then it started to The Columbia Guide to South African Literature in English Since 1945 (The Columbia Guides to Literature Since 1945) dragand then NOTHING I mostly stuck with it because I wanted to know who the gray wolf was but I m still not even sure if I read it correctly There were some aspects and characters Bree Chayton and Nate that I reallyid like and wished they were given attentionARC provided via NetGalley Chooseco in exchange for an honest revie. 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going to stop running for no reason and start chasing after something fun Wow Just wowI reuestedto stop running for no reason and start chasing after something fun Wow Just wowI reuested on NetGalley long time ago just because of its beautiful cover I 僕のヒーローアカデミア 3-4 didn t have high expectations and maybe that s why Iidn t read it earlier But now I regret that I ve been waiting so long Weregirl is a story about Nessa talented runner who s bitten by a wolf on one of her running session After that she s starting to feel ifferent Her vision is clearer She
can hear her mother whispering tohear her mother whispering to the phone on the other side their house She improves ramatically her running time Animals around her freak outAnd then Karen vs Alien during a new moon she s turning into a wolf It was like watching a movie and I really hope there will be a movie based on this story someday This book has around 400 pages and I have to say that is the perfect number Everything came with a ideal pace nothing was rushed I reallyon t like when a character gets any power or ability and five pages he knows how to use them and control them Nessa needed to learn how to control her shifting into her wolf form and that made her story believable I loved the slow transformation process the mostBut this wolf thing is secondary to a story about a mystery medical studytreatment of kids with Gendered Citizenships different kind ofeseases When one patient of this study ie Nessa feels like something is wrong And she is right Suddenly appears a lot of uestions without answers and Nessa is etermined to find out what s going onWith every page I had million new theories and unanswered uestions But it s okay because there will be second and third bookBut I need to know now Is Luc the gray wolf Weregirl reminds me one of my favorite TV Show Teen Wolf so if you like it too give this book a try CD Bell is an excellent writerI received a free copy from the publisher through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review Nessa was Singing the Law determined to get out of her small town and a cross country running scholarship was her only hope It was just Nessa her mom her sister and her autistic brother so every chance she got she ran and ran until the night she ran straight into trouble of the wolfish variety Her thanks for rescuing a trapped wolf was a bite that would make traversing the trials and tribulations of high school seem like a walk in the parkWEREGIRL by CD Bell is a wonderful young adult fantasy with a main character and her uirky best friend who never seem caught up in the teen angst that saturates so many YA tales Toss in some strange events aark corporate presence that seems to be the root of all evil in her small town and this tale had some meat to it I mean who Alchemic doesn t love the mysterious big bad wolf masuerading as the helpful serviceog for an unsuspecting town All in all a fun read that ran along at a great pace with many unexpect The first thing that the reader notices about this book is the cover The cover image sparks immediate interest and one of the main reasons that I chose it I find the cover of Weregirl mesmerizing This is the first book I m reading by CD Bell and I found that the writing to be very good Weregirl is interesting and pulls the reader in Nessa wants out of her small town and if she can accomplish this by winning a college scholarship for cross country then she is going to put all she has into it So as the reader off you go with this character as she runs her way to college or maybe that would have been in her future if she hadn t stopped to help a trapped wolf then was attacked by another wolf then started to sprout little white We Sell Drugs dog hairs all over then got perfect vision then got bionic hearing and was freaking out every animal she comes across Though its a good story I feel that as the reader Iidn t get to know the leader character too much The secondary characters are virtually unknown as wellI like Weregirl because it captured my interest and I want to know what s really going on I need to know what s so special about the heroine Would like to know what s going with a couple of the other kids at her school Did one of them bite her Is there a love interest or is she going to be a superhero ass kicker What about the environmental issues Do they play a part in this or any of the other research stuffDefinite cliffhanger Wasn t expecting the book to end when it Problem Solving in Data Structures Algorithms Using C++ did but I am looking forward to see where the author takes the story Overall 35 rating ARC was graciously provided by the author and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for sending me an ARC in return for an honest review25 starsUnfortunately Iid not enjoy thi. Eager to escape her small hometown high school junior Nessa Kurland is focused on winning a college scholarship for cross country running A chance en. ,*the phone on *phone on other side
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"of it the novel is your basic werewolf "it The novel is your basic werewolf though I would "the end of it The novel is your basic werewolf story though I would this had very little to Literature of Africa do with the kind of lycans one would usually read about There were no alphas or hunters or anything like that Plus the bookeals with a lot of sports which I m not a huge fan ofThe MC Nessa is your average teen girl who gets bitten by a wolf and notices her body going through these weird changes The whole story was very cliched There was nothing new brought to the table I enjoyed reading about
her relationships with her family and her best friend Bree But thatrelationships with her family and her best friend Bree But that it I Women and Sustainable Agriculture: Interviews With 14 Agents of Change didn t find anything about Nessa s character that made her memorable Plus I feel that this book was geared to a much youngeremographic as even her transitioning into a werewolf was not as intense of a scene as it should have been On top of this the author seemed to be content for her to play the role of a high school student instead of focusing on a much bigger narrative like her life as a werewolf Even the werewolves were rather plain I guess I was expecting action suspense betrayal and bloodshed I Crossing the color line in American politics and African American literature did not get sadly I also would have liked to see emotions being played out The MC is going through a very emotional charged state with all these changes and she seems to just accept them which is not natural or realistic I felt the author was really playing it safe with the storylineThe plot of the story was rather flimsy as well I won t go into muchetail regarding it but the last parts of the book were just plain silly The idea was so far fetched I mostly skimmed through them I preferred the parts when Nessa was in high school even if it was rather mundane The romantic interest introduced for her was also rather bland There s no real spark between the characters and seems to have been introduced but not Rebuilding developed further I alsoid not like Chayton who is meant to be her mentor He is hardly ever there when she needs himThe pacing of the book was fine It goes at a brisk pace but there were a lot of grammatical mistakes This combined with improper sentence structure made the writing seem haphazard All in all I was looking forward to reading a story that brought a new spin on werewolves However this book id not live up to that expectation Although I o feel that kids who are just entering into the paranormal genre might enjoy this book as it is very tame But the story is not relatable to adults or older YA readers Reading the full version nowThank you to Netgalley and Chooseco for a free Therapy of Love digital copy of this bookUnfortunately this was just a preview of maybe a third of the real book I was really caught up in it and then realized this can t be a full copy Nessa isetermined to win a scholarship with her running so she invests a lot of time and energy into it When she gets bitten by a wolf out in the woods on one of her runs she realizes changes in her body good ones and slightly Democratic Phoenix: Reinventing Political Activism disturbing onesI really loved the start of the book theescriptions of the heroine running were so vivid and wonderful it made my feet itch to go for a run myself Towards the end of the preview it went into a slightly boring phase and I was missing a love story so far but other than that it was a really promising start and I am waiting for the full book which is supposed to come out in November 2016After reading the full versionUnfortunately the pretty great impression the sample about 13 had made on me Museum Activism didn t last until the end now that I got the full version via Netgalley again Itragged a bit and the building chemistry between the heroine and her love interest was coming to a halt over most of the rest of the book So I can only give 3 stars in the end after I had originally given good 4 stars after the sample I read an advance reader copy of this book so I suppose there is a very slight chance that the issues I noted will be fixed before publication but ARCs are generally very very close to the published versions so I Narcissistic Mothers don t hold out much hope The worst thing about this book is the absoluteisappointment I felt after reading the horrible mess of the end I wasn t upset about the cliffhanger I was expecting that however after a very strong 35 4 star story throughout the first 34 of the book the tangled garbage bin of the end left me with no option but to severely lower my score It wasn t just the grammatical and the sudden flip flopping between character point of view which wasn t Falling For A Kingpin done at all for 34 of the book It was the fact that it truly appears that the author completely forgot where the story had been going for most of the book Or maybe that some other less talented au. Counter with a trapped wolf while out on a run leads to powerful and frightening changes and oneay Nessa is transformed into a full werewolf Now Ne.