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Sunday, November 21, 2010

In My Mailbox #20


In My Mailbox is a meme hosted by Kristi @ The Story Siren once a week which explores the weekly contents of your mailbox and books bought.

For Review:

Wolfborn by Sue Bursztynski (Woolshed Press [Imprint of Random House Australia]/December 1, 2010)

Break the curse or howl forever.

Etienne, son of a lord in the kingdom of Armorique, goes to train as a knight with Geraint of Lucanne. Geraint is brave and kind, a good teacher and master - but he has a secret that he has kept from his family. He is bisclavret, a born werewolf. When Geraint is betrayed, Etienne must ally with the local wise-woman and her daughter, themselves bisclavret, to save his lord. But time is running out. If Geraint's enemies have their way, Geraint will soon be trapped in his wolf form.

And Etienne has his own secret. The decisions he makes will change his life forever . . .

Inspired by a medieval romance, this engaging novel forces us to question everything we thought we knew about werewolves.

I really love a good werewolf novel (Shiver anyone?) and Wolfborn sounds just great, particularly so because it has a medieval feel to it. Also don’t you just love the sentence forces us to question everything we thought we knew about werewolves ohhh I love it when an author takes on a topic that’s been done before and then does something completely unexpected with it. Really big thanks to Sue who kindly asked me if I wanted to review Wolfborn (of course I said yes!) and Random House Australia for providing me with a copy to review.

Also for anyone that’s interested Sue has a blog (where she blogs about books plus some random musings) called The Great Raven, feel free to drop by and say hi!

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