Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Wolf House (Potters Story) (Kiera Hudson series, 4.5) by Tim O'Rourke - Review

Wolf House is a novella written between the fourth and fifth installments of the Kiera Hudson series. With this story being told from Potter’s point of view, you can expect snarky comments, some kicking butt and of course, some lady lovin’…

After leaving Kiera and the gang to wait in the Hollows, Potter goes off on his quest to save Luke from the zoo. On his long journey, he broods over having lost Murphy and Luke and takes us on an adventure from his past. His memory starts when he has just begun working with Luke and Murphy. On one of their first missions, they get entangled in a Lycanthrope murder mystery. It’s up to Potter to save Murphy and his fellow Vampyrus from exposure to the humans. Potter must solve the mystery of a Lycanthrope murderer before time runs out!

I really enjoyed reading this story. It was a short little treat that takes you into the mind of Sean Potter. He is one of my favorite characters in the Kiera Hudson series because of his attitude and his depth. We learn a lot more about Potter’s past and also about his actions at the end of book four.

As always, O’Rourke treats his readers to a fast paced, mystery and action packed story only this time, it’s in a smaller package. This book will have you guessing and asking “Who done it?” Wolf House is definitely a must read for fans of O’Rourke and the Keira Hudson series.

7 out of 10
Haven't heard of the Kiera Hudson Series? Check out my reviews for the other five books!
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