Saturday, January 7, 2012

Book Review: Sister's Red

Book: Sister's Red
Author: Jackson Pearce
Stars: 4 out of 5
I liked this book it took a classic fairytale and gave it a modern spin. The story involves thress characters that are all linked by Fenris(wolves. Each have there own reason behind hunting them and each have a different reason how helping each other. Scarlett is the oldest sister who put her life in jeopardy to save her younger sister, as a result she has gained a passion of hunting and is marred by wolf attacks and is missing an eye. Rosie her younger sister feels she is in debt to her older sister for saving her life and as a result she learns to hunt and tries to gain the same passion as her sister but wonders if there is something more. She also starts to fall in love with her sisters partner but is afraid of what this might do to the dynamics of the group. Silas is the woodsmans son who is falling in love with Rosie, he is also scarletts partner for hunting.
Togther they try to uncover the mystery of the wolves and the "potential" which all the wolves are hunting for. 
It was a great read slow in some parts but picks up and takes you on a great adventure into a unknown mythical side of the real world.

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