Review of The Werewolf on Christmas by Rusty Fischer
The Werewolf on Christmas: A YA Paranormal Story by Rusty Fischer….
Synopsis: Jace Thompkins is spending his third Christmas at Paranormal Place, a government “rehab” facility for werewolves, lycans and shifters. When his family visits, his sister gives him a gift he’s not sure he can accept: a hairpin, while the guards aren’t looking. Will Jace use it to escape, even though he can’t control what he does after he morphs? Or will he hide it… if only from himself?
I give this book 3 flowers. I like the first hand view of Jace’s life in the the prison for morpher, werewolves, and other shifters. However I felt that story was lacking in substance, I wanted to see more of things that happened after we meet the characters. When I read the book the characters are very deep and the background rich, but I fell that the story lacked an ending. It stops abruptly leaving the reader shaking their head and feeling like there was a build up with no payoff. If there is a larger novel or more parts I will gladly give it more flowers but as is 3 flowers stands
Rusty Fischer is a full-time freelance writer and the author of nearly a dozen YA paranormal novels, including Zombies Don’t Cry and Zombies Don’t Forgive, the first two Books in his Living Dead Love Story Series.
Rusty is also the author of Ushers Inc., Panty Raid at Zombie High, Vamplayers, The Girl Who Could Talk to Zombies and The Reanimated Readz Series of 99-cent shorts. Visit Rusty at www.zombiesdontblog.blogspot.com and http://www.rushingtheseason.com/ to learn more!