When Nat Carver and his Wolven pal Woody learn that their arch enemy is creating a bad werewolf pack, they know they must stop him.
Although it doesn't help that Nat's having problems with his own shape-shifting ability.
Digging deep into history, the boys have to solve clues and riddles to stop one of the worst monsters ever!
Well, I must say that this book was quite a blast! The artwork was a little bit scary, but I was still quite happy to read the story. I loved the storyline, it really blew me away, and that was sort of what I was expecting since the last book: The Twilight Circus, ended with Nat Carver being able to change shape. I was really excited when I found out that a third book had come out, because I was really hoping that this would happen.
The beginning of the story was interesting; it was awesome when the book thrust me into action as soon as I read the first sentence. I was glad that the enemy in the series - Lucas Scale - was finally killed, it was quite clever how Nat and the Wolven, Woody, got rid of him, I was holding my breath with excitement! I was a little bit scared in some parts, so I wouldn't recommend giving this book to kids under 7 years of age, just because any really young ones might get nightmares from this, unless they happen to be really tough kids.
The cover, although frightening and somewhat disturbing, was good. The low contrast made it look dark and mysterious, just the kind of thing a child like me would like. It made me feel a little strange in the stomach when I looked at the artwork, but I think that that feeling was just the feeling of adrenaline, and that was what I needed to get me going, and trust me, it was worth it.
You should enjoy this if you like werewolves and zombies and all that other supernatural stuff, so get yourself a copy today and enjoy the grand finale of the "Wolven" series!
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