By Midnight Reads
Wolf Mark is a clever mix of the sci-fi, action adventure and genres.
Bruchac creates an intricate web of corporate conspiracy, greed, and the desire for world domination which he ties to ancient folklore regarding the world of the skinwalker.
I like the intricate details that Bruchac includes in this story. Two things that particularly stand out are the way that he describes Luke’s transformation into the skinwalker which is nicely described and the information that he provides with regards to the folklore that surrounds the skinwalkers. I also liked the cultural discrepancies that he highlighted between Luke and Meena as they tried to forge a relationship.
Reviews & CommentsThe Sunday Gazette- Schenectady, NY
Genrefluent; Anthony, age 16
Flamingnet, 15 year old reader
Cynthia Leitich Smith, author of <i>Tantalize</i>
Jane Yolen, author of <i>The Devil's Arithmetic</i>
The Horn Book Guide
Hippies, Beauty, and Books, Oh My!
Associated Content, Sharon Tyler
YA Book Central
Dark Side of the Covers
Young Adult Books
School Library Journal
Thoughts of a Scot
Chicago Young Adult Fiction/ Examiner.com
The Literati Press
I Heart YA Books
Beverly Slapin, AICL