Wolfsong by TJ Klune
Book Review by Kelly Lacey
Where do I even begin with how I feel about the book? I haven’t fully processed them. My life book up until now has always been The Book Thief by Markus Zuzak. But now it has a mate, Wolfsong.
Wolfsong is a book about belonging and that family isn’t always about blood it is about the people we chose to be in our pack (family). I have cried, laughed and gasped multiple times with the book. I even slowed down my reading because I didn’t want to leave them.
The book is FUNNY and I have laughed out loud. Which really was a new experience for me, I keep all those noises in my head usually. But the quick-witted one-liners are amazing and very clever.
Ox is so diverse as a character I really don’t think he will ever leave my heart and I wouldn’t want him to. I think a lot of readers who read Wolfsong will have some takeaways from Ox. It could be thinking that you are different because you don’t fit in or perhaps his journey with his sexuality.
The emotional scenes blew my socks off. I was floored and I really felt every word seep into my soul. I felt like I was a part of the pack and I experienced everything that they were. Very hard to talk about this without spoilers.
I am delighted to know that there are MORE books in this series (thank god) and I will be diving into them. There is also a deliciously gorgeous sprayed edition which I have ordered from Waterstones.
I would love to see Wolfsong as a movie but I worry about who they would pick for the characters.
I really hate fluffy reviews where it is nothing but praise but I have to stay true to how I felt. The book gave me ALL THE FEELS and then some. When I even think about it, I get the warm and fuzzies.
If you enjoy books about fitting in, self-discovery and werewolves then this is the book for you.
Heartfelt, deeply moving and with an abundance of bite!
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Thank you ever so much to Stephen at Black Crow PR, for my gifted copy and for the opportunity to be on the tour. I am very grateful.
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