Jefferson Ferreira Ferreira itibaren Texas
The first thing I have to say about this book is that Sam is one of the most empathetic characters I have ever come across. You really feel his desperate desire to remain in human form; his love for Grace and the effects his traumatic childhood had on him. This is not a fast paced, action packed book. It is so much more. It's so sad and introspective and creative. I love the way Maggie Stiefvater writes; it's almost poetry. Sam and Grace and Grace's friends are so real and likeable-Grace is a down to earth and normal student aside from one thing-she's in love with a wolf. I absolutely adored the twist on werewolf lore in this book-and I loved how it is explained. There are so many twists and turns and heartbreaks that you forget there's no big fight scene or build up of tension. It's so perfectly sweet and lovely and heartbreaking that you can't help but love it. If you're craving a book to really tug at your heartstrings this is the book for you. If you're dying for a sensitive; thoughtful and melancholy love interest-Sam is the boy for you. I urge everyone to pick up a copy of this book straight away.