The Wulf Chronicles by Wulf Francu Godgluck

The Wulf Chronicles by Wulf Franco Godgluck 3.5 stars

I wanted to like this book so much. I saw all the great reviews and I am a huge fan of Wulf’s other books, yet I didn’t absolutely love this one. To be fair to the author, this is not a favourite trope of mine, but I wanted to read it because I’m really keen on his work. 

This book is filled with lots of werewolfs, witches, supernatural other beings and vampires....

Michael Salem is the main character, and the story revolves around his self-discovery. However, he is not like anyone else and this presents many trials and tribulations for Michael; his family; his friends, and the pack that sworn to protect him. 

To explain more about the storyline is difficult without ‘spoiling’ it, and I don’t want to give anything away. 

I found the storyline interesting and was impressed with the author’s incredible imagination, however, it jumped about a bit and I found it a little difficult to follow at times. 

Overall, I found the story engaging and definitely wanted to find out how it all ended, only to find a cliffie! I will read the next book as I need answers! And because I love this author.