Never Cry Werewolf

Never Cry Werewolf

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Never Cry Werewolf is Heather Davis' romance novel about Shelby, who was sent to brat camp and there met Austin, a bad boy whose family has a dark secret that can spell trouble for both Shelby and Austin.

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What the community says about Never Cry Werewolf

  • Sarah Gutierrez
    Written on April 16, 2018
    "Even though I'm a grown lady, I can never get enough of supernatural young adult fiction. Never Cry Werewolf was a pretty quick read and decently written. Nothing special, but worth your time if you're just looking for a light read to pass the time."
  • Jennifer George
    Written on April 13, 2018
    "I've been really into the whole werewolf thing for a while and really like to read stories about them, but this book was kind of disappointing. The writing is okay, but it is meant for a younger audience. I think if you are a pre-teen girl, then this book would be good, but it doesn't really satisfy an older generation. The characters are kind of shallow, and deals with a lot of middle school / high school drama, which would be perfect for a young girl."
  • Julia Castillo
    Written on April 19, 2018
    "This is a good solution to the topic. It is a werewolf novel for grade 8-10 so it fits the age range of teenagers. It is not a well known book but has some decent reviews."
  • Jennifer Soto
    Written on March 12, 2018
    "Pretty straight forward of a bad boy/kid fell in love, throw some supernatural stuff in it."
  • Randy Hanson
    Written on April 20, 2018
    "I think this book is just trying to take advantage of the werewolf craze (like from Twilight). The best word to describe it would be: mediocre. It holds your attention but there are a lot of eye-rolling moments and the writing just isn't that good in some parts. I do not recommend using your time reading this romance novel."
  • Frank Stone
    Written on April 5, 2018
    "It is a good book that helps us to understand a little the evolution of the thinking of human beings, where we are no longer so rigid by religious education and we can accept the difference of thought, where we give value to the human being as the only person and independent of feel and express what you want without any fear. It is very important to teach children that we do not all think alike and that we must always respect the point of view of all people."
  • Gregory Olson
    Written on April 19, 2018
    "This book comes from a niche genre understandably, but I still couldn't help but question the author's motivation for wanting to write this book. The plot was both cliche and out there and failed to captivate me and really feel like a captivating story. There were often time's were I would visibly cringe at passages. For many very young tween types this book might be suitable, but for me it was far too shallow. "
  • Jessica Murphy
    Written on April 6, 2018
    "The bad choices type of story. Fairly generic and nothing in particular stands out."
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