on September 12, 2017
Genres: Young Adult Fiction, Action & Adventure, Survival Stories, Dystopian, Historical, Military & Wars, Europe, Romance, General, Family, Siblings
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"Wild and gorgeous, vivid and consuming. I loved it! I can't wait for the sequel."--Laini Taylor, New York Times bestselling author of the Daughter of Smoke & Bone trilogy, on Wolf by WolfThe action-packed, thrilling sequel to Ryan Graudin's Wolf by Wolf.For the resistance in 1950s Germany, the war may be over, but the fight has just begun.Death camp survivor Yael, who has the power to skinshift, is on the run: The world has just seen her shoot and kill Hitler. But the truth of what happened is far more complicated, and its consequences are deadly. Yael and her unlikely comrades dive into enemy territory to try to turn the tide against the New Order, and there is no alternative but to see their mission through to the end, whatever the cost.But in the midst of the chaos, Yael's past and future collide when she comes face-to-face with a ghost from her past, and a spark with a fellow rider begins to grow into something more. Dark secrets reveal dark truths, and one question hangs over them all--how far can you go for the ones you love?A gripping, thought-provoking conclusion to Wolf by Wolf that will grab readers by the throat with its cinematic writing, fast-paced action, and relentless twists. This paperback edition also includes Iron to Iron, a Wolf by Wolf series novella, in its entirety!
Welcome back to the blog! I feel like it has been a bit since I have done a book review on here, though it may have only been a few weeks. I recently finished Blood for Blood by Ryan Graudin, the sequel to Wolf by Wolf. I was so excited to finish this duology an see what happened to Yael after she tried to complete her mission for the resistance. I was also interested to see what happened with the Wolfe family after everything that have done against the resistance.
I was not disappointed with the storyline. It was so good! The story picks up moments after the last book finishes and includes some surprises as well as twists and turns, which adds to the storyline. This book also gives a certain sadness vibes that goes with reading through certain incidents of World War II, but there are definitely moments of bravery and heroism. I enjoyed how the ending section of the book jumped a bit forwarded in the future to show how Yael dealt with the after effects of the war and coming to terms with who they are and what that means.
Let me know if you have read this book and what you thought of the duology. I also plan on reading the novella, which covers the Luka Lowe version of the Axis tour. I hope to be back soon with another review or an update.