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Blood Trail - Book Review

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by Lisa Shen (subscribe)
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Published September 9th 2012

For centuries, the werewolves of Toronto have managed to live in peace and tranquility, hidden quietly away on their London, Ontario farm. But now, someone has learned their secret--and is systematically massacring this ancient race. Blood Trail - Penguin Group USA

There was enough male ego to go around for everyone in this book.

Huff did keep me guessing who the killer was and who was next going to be killed till the last few chapters and it was the suspense along with the witty banter between the younger werewolves which made this a great read for me.

I also liked how that even though Vicki sees her deteriorating eyesight as a disability and weakness, but when she meets Henry and the werewolves she slowly comes around to that acceptance that she so bitterly rejects time and time again.

This book also gives a more in-depth knowledge into Henry's history and we also learn more about Michael and Vicki's relationship too.

It made the characters more 3-dimentional.
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