I fear I might’ve been in a bit of a reading slump when I started Dyrwolf, but I did like all the elements. Strong female MC, sweet love interest, great writing, lots of action, interesting world dynamic between the Dyr and humans, and interesting political intrigue—but I think there was just something about the pacing and possibly the chemistry between Lea and Henrik that threw me off just a smidge. Even so, I definitely enjoyed this action-filled fantastical adventure, and would recommend to anyone looking for a fun YA fantasy with a wolfy twist.

I think this book has convinced me that I’m *really* not a paperback person. I’m always losing them, and after spending hours editing, revising, and beta-reading, I really just want to have someone read to me on an audiobook. While I’m not saying I’m moving exclusively to audiobooks… I think the paperback life might be behind me. Which feels weirdly bittersweet for some reason.


Happy trails Dyrwolf!

Thanks for reading!

3 thoughts on “Book Review – Dyrwolf

  1. Sounds like an awesome book 🙂

    Your feelings about audiobooks are valid. While I love paperbooks, I can understand why you prefer audiobooks – especially with how tiring the writing process and beta reading can be.

    I love little free libraries. :).

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