Book Review: Weregirl


Weregirl takes place in the fictional town of Tether, Michigan. Years after the corporate company Dutch Chem left the town after polluting the water, leaving many without jobs and small children sick, new mogul company Paravida buys out the company. After paying off all the debt left behind by the failed Dutch Chem, Paravida then promises to pay for regular medical appointments for the children affected by the pollutants.

Nessa Kurland is a high school junior in the town of Tether. Feeling like there aren’t many options to find a way out of her hometown, Nessa has been working towards a scholarship through cross-country running since her freshman year. It’s on one of her late night running excersize’s that she is bit by a wolf, and her life and the lives of those around her, changes forever.

After learning that she has begun the transition into becoming a werewolf, Nessa is told that not just anybody gets chosen for this. The wolves need her help, and she needs to figure out what exactly it is they are trying to tell her. With the help of her best friend Bree, and the wolf pack that has selected her, Nessa begins to unravel the secrets and lies of her small town.

This was one of the most fun books I have read all year. The story is so exciting, fresh, and full of great characters, it’s hard to put down. Everybody needs a best friend like Bree! Nessa is a strong lead character, always trying to learn more about what is going on, and never compromising herself for it. The two aspects of Nessa trying to help save her town from a company who seems to have its employees everywhere, and having to understand what is happening to herself and the wolves are so perfectly woven together it makes for a great book. C. D. Bell has done a great job of that. I think fans of MTV’s Teen Wolf will really find Weregirl a great read! To me, this book has everything you would want; its emotional, funny, full of adventure and mystery.

I was given a copy of this book by the publisher in exchange for my honest review. 

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