Sequel to The WanderersShifters are unknown to the human world, with the exception of a secret organization―the EOS, referred to as “hunters.” Hunters capture and kill. Some shifters are taken to labs for testing―a place they will never leave―others are deemed useless, a danger to society, and are killed. Shifters travel in packs, constantly moving, and keep themselves hidSequel to The WanderersShifters are unknown to the human world, with the exception of a secret organization―the EOS, referred to as “hunters.” Hunters capture and kill. Some shifters are taken to labs for testing―a place they will never leave―others are deemed useless, a danger to society, and are killed. Shifters travel in packs, constantly moving, and keep themselves hidden to avoid discovery.Horse shifter Flo now travels in a wild pack with what remains of the shape-shifter circus she once performed in. She, bear shifter Jett, and the others seek a new home―somewhere they can feel safe and protected―and a fresh start. As they grow closer to this goal, someone who betrayed them in the past returns to ruin their best hope of finding a secure future.With no memory of life before the circus, Flo, an orphan like the others, is unsure how to live in this new world. But then she’s presented with news: one of her relatives is alive. The discovery comes at a cost, but Flo and her friends will do anything to rescue family, even if it means facing the hunters again....
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The Pack Reviews
The Wanderers introduced us to a magical circus of shape shifters, then shattered the whimsy with a series of shocking betrayals, deaths and action-packed drama. The Pack picks up where the first book left off. Flo, Jett and their shifter friends are still reeling from what's happened. With the constant threat of hunters, and the memory of betrayal from fellow shifters still strong, they must figure out what to do next, decide who they want to be, and find a place in a world where nowhere seems safe and few can be trusted.I couldn't wait to find out what would happen to the characters after the end of The Wanderers. At the beginning of book one, Flo was a gentle, sometimes even timid, girl, who then grew into someone much stronger. I loved seeing her continue to grow and take control in The Pack and become a leader. Trust, friendship and loyalty are also big themes, and I liked how they were explored. Just like in The Wanderers, a slow build-up followed by an action-packed ending had me flipping pages. A really satisfying ending to the duology.
Read my full review soon in School Library Journal.
EXCELLENT! Review to be posted soon!