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Reviewed by Chris Fischer for Readers' Favorite
In an excellent new offering by debut author Janelle Gaudet, How to Run With Wolves is a creepy thriller that will hook readers from the very start and keep them reading obsessively all the way through to the last page. Follow the story of Erin Carter, a teenager who has had anything but a typical life. Along with some foster siblings, she's been locked up in an abandoned dorm on a military base by her father for as long as she can remember. She can only remember back to when she was twelve years old and found herself waking up in a hospital bed. When her father is murdered in her presence, her whole sheltered life is turned upside down. While she once thought that her greatest dream would to be escape the prison of her father's making, she now realizes that there is much out in the real world for her to fear, and her dream might just be a nightmare. When a twin sister appears, and memories from her life before age twelve start to surface, Erin realizes she might have to fight for more than just her freedom; she might have to fight for her very life.
I so enjoyed How to Run With Wolves. Author Janelle Gaudet has done a great job in creating an absolutely edge of your seat read with excellent characters that readers will connect with, relate to, and truly come to care about, thinking of them long after the book is done. If that isn't a hallmark of a great author, I'm not sure what is. I highly recommend How to Run With Wolves to any reader looking for a great piece of fiction, and am very much looking forward to seeing what the obviously talented author, Janelle Gaudet, has in store for her readers next!