Tuesday, May 3, 2016

Review: Hair in All the Wrong Places by Andrew Buckley

Colin moves around a lot.  From one family member to another and now he is stuck in a small town with his grandmother who is nasty to him and where he is bullied and considered a loser.  He decides to run away only things don't go as planned.  He is attacked by an animal and then starts having bizarre memories and hallucinations. His hunger increases and his body is changing.  Turns out he is now a werewolf and this town is nothing like it seems.  

Paranormal creatures and military forces are part of it all.

I really enjoyed this story and Colin's experiences as puberty takes on a whole new meaning for him.  I hope he will have more adventures, the setting is wonderful and there are so many secrets yet to uncover!


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