Werewolves: An Illustrated Journal of Transformation (2020)

Werewolves An Illustrated Journal of Transformation Werewolves takes the form of an illustrated journal that plunges readers into the life of a high school girl turned werewolf as she makes her transformation After Alice and her brother are bitten by w
  • Title: Werewolves: An Illustrated Journal of Transformation
  • Author: Paul Jessup Allyson Haller
  • ISBN: 9780811877077
  • Page: 396
  • Format: Paperback
  • Werewolves: An Illustrated Journal of Transformation
    Werewolves takes the form of an illustrated journal that plunges readers into the life of a high school girl turned werewolf as she makes her transformation After Alice and her brother are bitten by what they assume are large dogs, her journal sketchbook becomes a place for her to record the changes they start to experience her socially awkward brother falls in with someWerewolves takes the form of an illustrated journal that plunges readers into the life of a high school girl turned werewolf as she makes her transformation After Alice and her brother are bitten by what they assume are large dogs, her journal sketchbook becomes a place for her to record the changes they start to experience her socially awkward brother falls in with some creepy new friends, and she surprises herself with new strengths and instincts and a suddenly nonvegetarian interest in raw steak Joining the werewolf pack that bit them, they discover the pleasures and dangers that come with the cycles of the moon, including threats from hunters who stalk them, a researcher seeking a cure, and escalating violence within the pack itself With a fresh take on the lore and legend, Werewolves gives fans a ripping tale to sink their teeth into.
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    One Reply to “Werewolves: An Illustrated Journal of Transformation”

    1. Werewolves is, perhaps, one of the simplest stories I ve ever read I m beginning to wonder if this is one of the saving graces of this story Well apart from the beautiful artwork, that is.Yes, you have werewolf hunters, and little packs of werewolves, but it lacks the general emo that normally accompanies those YA tree murders Granted, there wasn t much in the way of development in terms of characters since it was in journal format, the narrator was incredibly limited , but the reader wasn t ass [...]

    2. An excellent, albeit brief, werewolf thriller Jessup really captures the tone of a teenager struggling with lycanthropy, and making her vegetarian is a brilliant detail The illustrations are beautiful as well A great package with a nice open ending.

    3. Pretty cool A nice short read one hour The journal format is neat but it s a pretty typical plot The only thing that really makes it near unique is the artwork But I m a sucker for wolves so meh I enjoyed it enough to hang onto it for years and read it twice Tl dr 10 10 would watch an on screen adaption.

    4. As a chick who has been journaling since she could write, I d say Werewolves reads just like a teenage girl s journal I found that impressive But what I found most amazing in this book was the style and the artwork Everything from the realistic handwritten entries, to the totally random doodles which I do in my journals too , to the stunning drawings, was highly impressive I am so in love with Haller s artwork in this book, I was mesmerized by each piece and found myself constantly stopping to e [...]

    5. Teenager Alice Carr documents her becoming a werewolf in this journal style of storytelling She and her brother, Mark, had both been bitten by a wolf in the woods While she doesn t understand what is happening to her at first, Mark quickly becomes part of the pack led by the Alpha, Tomas Mark then introduces her to Tomas and he informs her of what she has become.I felt it was kind of bland to this point and then the werewolf hunters and a researcher investigating werewolves are introduced which [...]

    6. I picked this book up for the illustrations, which are sketchy and done in traditional media I really liked all the artwork The story isn t bad, though the climax is a but weak All the characters show up at once and fight The story then ends soon after I would ve liked information on the hunters and the Alpha werewolf and development with the main character s brother and his place in the pack hierarchy.

    7. This is the journal of Alice and her transformation into a werewolve The story isn t very deep but it takes an interesting look at werewolves Every page features nice, large drawings and make the whole book an experience that no werewolve fan should miss You might like as well Sharp Teeth.

    8. The honest truth is the art is what really sold me on this book The art is such a nice touch to the story And looks just like well done sketches that relate to the story The story is fine It s nothing to write home about, but it is a solid story I wish it had a better conclusion, but these found books movies rarely do.

    9. This is a unique read combining illustration and a journal like writing fashion to tell a story of werewolf transformation The illustration really is great and enhances the story greatly The ending is to be desired because it leaves you with many questions about the werewolf world,the hunters, and what will become of the main character I really hope there is to come Ashley

    10. This is a nice and fast read, well written, straightforward story, beautifully illustrated by Allyson Haller It s Alice s journal which tells of how her and her brother are bitten and then turn into werewolves Interesting, and I was sad when it was done, wish there was The drawings were excellent as well.

    11. Nothing special The drawings aren t very believable as a remnants of a teen s journal just seems a bit too forced I would of rather this been a traditional graphic novel Still a nice read though, but doesn t really do anything new an the characters are a bit too tidy in their roles.

    12. It wasn t terrible.I just don t think the story and the art mixes.The story by itself is fine as is the art, but something about it together just didn t click with me.I d say read it though, I mean, if you like werewolves.

    13. Not what I expectedIt started off okay but then it just went bad No real details on the alpha wolf Tomas or why he went from town to town infecting people I kept reading hoping it would get better but no

    14. I picked this up as my Halloween read I liked the format of diary with sketchbook There was enough tension throughout to keep me turning pages.

    15. I was hooked quite quickly however I would have wished for the story to go a bit further once Alice went into the woods to escape The drawings really make the story seemed plausible.

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