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    Grey Wolves Series Starter Bundle

    Easy to read not overwhelming and will contine with this series. But need to note the grammar and spelling errors.
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    Grey Wolves Starter Series

    I really enjoyed all 4 books within this starter pack and know I'm going to start the 5th book in the series. "Beyond the Veil"
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    Grey Wolves Series Starter Bundle

    Was not sure at first if I would this series but once I started reading the first book I was taken with Fane, Jacque, Sally and Jen! Those three girls are interesting o say the least. reading one book and I'm hooked! I am on book 4 now and I cannot put it down! I go to work and count the hours until I can come home to read about what those three girls have done now-- whose life are they reeking havic on. All those grey were wolves have no idea what is going to happen to their pack!!!
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    Don't Do It. Seriously, Don't.

    This is the kind of book that's so stupid it makes you feel smart. It's also not the kind of book you read if you want to have to think at all. It's also not the kind of book you read if you want to enjoy something. Seriously. There are so many faults with this I can't even list them all. Here's a couple to give you a rough idea of what you're going to be dealing with. The names seem to have been chosen from the top ten most common in America at the time it was written. Which, don't get me wrong, are all perfectly lovely names in real life. However, when writing a book the first thing you're ever told to do is use original and memorable names. Loftis clearly did not pass her Writing 101 class. The Romanian is horrendous. I don't speak the language myself, but I've heard enough people who do say that each phrase translates to something with an almost entirely different meaning. Really, Loftis? Another basic rule of writing is that if you're using another language, don't pull it from Google Translate. Get someone who, I don't know, actually speaks it? Or, if you can't, don't use it at all. Write it out in English and mention that they're speaking another dialect. Jesus Christ. The references. Seriously. My God. Every page has at least 10, all spoken by teenagers and taken from about thirty years before they were born. Which might work if it was just one character doing it, but it's not. It's ever single one. All of them. This is the kind of book that tries to be witty and fails miserably with each attempt. The language. Why do you have a cast of teenagers saying things like 'what the stink'? Are they secretly six year olds? Or was this just written for toddlers? Is that why the single actual swear was symbolled out middle-grader game censorship style? I'm not going to go into the offensive gender roles plaguing every paragraph of this, mostly because I understand that's something prevalent in a lot of works within this genre, but know that it's there. If you're anything but the southern 1940s traditionalist this was written for, you're going to be pissed off. Someone in the reviews before me mentioned that this is fanfic writing. I would just like to state that it's not. 90% of fanfiction I have read is written a hundred times better than this. This is that book you find on Wattpad written by an excitable twelve year old who thought it was the shit and refused to take constructive criticism.
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