Pack Of Strays by Dana Cameron

After the verve and uniqueness of the first book, this installment of the Fangborn series was a definite let down. Too much happens to Zoe too quickly, with only the sketchiest of explanations: whereas the globe-trotting of Seven Kinds Of Hell felt exotic and fast-paced, everything that happens here just feels rushed and jumbled. While that’s an apt mirror for all the chaos our heroine endures, it doesn’t make for a pleasant, or even very interesting, read. I’ll still give the last novel a try, tho I’m hoping it returns to the form of the first book and isn’t a continuation of this confusing mess.

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