Thursday, September 17, 2015
Book Review: "Tell The Wolves I'm Home" by Carol Rifka Brunt
This is the first book of the year for the book club I'm co-running at work, and what a great choice it was. I cannot wait until we meet and see what everyone else thought about it!
June is such an old soul. I really liked seeing the world through her eyes. I had issues with some of the others in her family, but my issues made them seem or feel more authentic and true. This also includes her budding relationship with Toby. It starts off a bit rocky (and creepy if you ask me), but when you realize the loneliness felt by each and the other motivations they have.... it turns into something wonderful and important.
There is so much to love about this book, even though it is maddening at times and heartbreaking at others.... it is so wonderful.
Tell the Wolves I'm Home
by Carol Rifka Brunt
Dial Press, 2013. First published 2012.
Source: Purchased New