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Unleashing a Few More Reviews

We have some terrific new reviews for Unleashed. It’s exciting to see so many reviews out there, and it’s a challenge to capture them all. If you see any that we haven’t posted, let us know!

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Books and Barks
“I really enjoyed this first book in the Wolf Springs Chronicles series.  I literally flew through it in one evening!  I couldn’t make myself stop reading, as I really wanted to find out what was going to happen with all of the characters in the end.” – Jennifer

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Taking It One Book At a Time
“PHENOMENAL! I want to turn around and re-read this book over, and over, and over!…If you haven’t picked up Unleashed I highly recommend it, and by highly I mean buy it now! It left me begging for more and practically crying for book #2!” – Jessica

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YA Books Central
“I picked this book up and literally devoured it in one day. I couldn’t put it down. The twist comes toward the middle of the book. Let’s just say Katelyn is no Bella.” – Kim Baccellia

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With the publication of the UK edition of Unleashed last week, we also have a couple UK reviews to share. Same title; different cover.

Fluttering Butterflies
“I am such a huge fan of YA werewolf books so I absolutely jumped at the chance to read Unleashed, the first book in the Wolf Springs Chronicles by Nancy Holder and Debbie Viguie. And it is a very surprising and exciting first book in the series! I’m really intrigued to explore more in the world these two authors have created as well as find out more about the characters and the mythology of these werewolves.” – Michelle

The Overflowing Library
“The thing that got me with this book is the sheer sense of atmosphere that the whole story invokes whilst you read. The setting of wolf springs is wonderfully creepy and keeps you sat on the edge of your seat. The scenes set in the middle of the forest put you instantly on edge as you weren’t sure, just like the characters, what was actually out there watching and waiting to pounce.” – Kristy

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