What’s happening to him?
And what on Earth is that smell?
For Colin Strauss, puberty stinks. Blackouts, hallucinations, and lapses in memory are the perils of growing up werewolf.
Worse than that, Colin worries he might have had something to do with the recent attacks on the townspeople. He may have eaten a person. It doesn’t matter that it’s someone he doesn’t particularly like. What kind of boy goes around eating people?
Foolishly, all Colin can think about is how Becca Emerson finally kissed him for the first time. Yep, hormones are afoot. Yikes!
But girls will have to wait. Collin better get himself under control before someone else ends up hurt or worse . . . dead.
So, werewolves… Between vampires, zombies and werewolves, which are sort of the staple monsters of the week in genre, werewolves have always been my favourite. Zombies generally give me nightmares, vampires are okay I guess, but meh. Werewolves, however, are super cool. I don’t know whether it is the “only be monstrous once a month thing” or the fact that it’s freaking wolves, but I’ve always liked them as monsters. As such, agreeing to read Andrew Buckley’s Hair in All The Wrong Places wasn’t hard, especially as it sounded like it would be a tremendously fun read. And that first impression proved to be correct, with the added bonus of some great main characters who it was easy to love. Read More …