A Solitude of Wolverines by Alice Henderson

A Solitude of Wolverines by Alice Henderson

A high school I went to had wolverines for their mascot. We used to make fun of that. Wolverines were little and pretty cute. That didn’t sound like the fighters the other high school had. Boy were we wrong! Now, thanks to this book, I know wolverines are vicious little critters and probably the fightingest fighters of all mascots in existence. And it’s barely about wolverines. Sometimes I found it hard to keep reading because of the suspense. I was downright scared on occasion (granted I don’t do scary things and situations well, but this was so well written I felt like I was in the scenes with Alex and I was so worried for her). I actually gasped aloud at a couple points because I seriously didn’t see some things coming. As soon as I finished I looked to see if the second book is out yet (it is) because I will definitely be reading it. I very highly recommend reading A Solitude of Wolverines to adults who enjoy thrillers heavy on suspense.

5 (out of 5) Stars
Books Read in 2021: 72
Pages Read in 2021: 23,261

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