Friday, 8 January 2016

Review: Werewolves of Shade part 2 by Tim O'Rourke

Werewolves of Shade (Book Two)When the entire population of Shade go missing, investigative reporter Mila Watson knows this could be the big break she has been waiting for. Setting off into the mountains to the village of Shade, Mila soon learns that the village isn't as deserted as she first believed it to be and that creatures lurk in the shades...

Note: This ends in a cliff-hanger.

Shona's review 4 of 5 stars

The problem with these being quick reads (or listens in this case as I had the audio version) is that it feels like I've no sooner immersed myself into Mila's story and its over. I am very keen to sink my teeth into the next instalment of Mila's tale.

Mila has headed to the deserted town of Shade to try and find out what happened to her parents and the rest of the town only to find the town isnt as deserted as she thought it was.
Unsure of whether she can trust the people she meets she doesnt tell them the real reason she's here whilst she tries to find out a little more about them. In this instalment we meet a few characters who can only be described as 'shady' although one definitely stands out more than the others...
We dont really get any answers in this instalment, what we get is a few more questions.

I do hope that when the series is complete O'Rourke will combine then all into one full length novel.


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