The Abused Werewolf Rescue Group

The Abused Werewolf Rescue Group

Book - 2011
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When Tobias wakes up in a hospital with no memory of the night before, a mysterious man tells him he has a dangerous condition, and he finds himself involved with a group of werewolves convinced he needs their help.
Publisher: Boston : Harcourt, c2011
ISBN: 9780152066154
0152066152
Branch Call Number: Teen Jin
Characteristics: 409 p. ; 22 cm

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BostonPL_AnnaD Oct 04, 2014

The Abused Werewolf Rescue Group by Catherine Jinx
Read by: Anna/Copley Teen Room
Originally posted to the Teen Blog on 7/22/2011.

This book is the sequel to The Reformed Vampire Support Group also written by Catherine Jinx. Not having read the first book, I didn’t feel out of place at all. In fact, I rather enjoyed this book. It wasn’t cheesy, and the only mention of “mates” was because it was set in Austraila where everyone calls each other “mate”. It was funny, some parts were scary, his mother was annoying in that way that only a mother can be, and his friends, new and old were pretty cool. I would love to recommend this book to anyone looking for a werewolf book that’s a little out of the ordinary. My favorite quote from the book?

“Barry can’t be the first vampire who’s fanged a werewolf. And the whole ideas of zombies must have come from somewhere.” -The Abused Werewolf Rescue Group

MWaiters Jun 18, 2012

This was actually the first werewolf book I've ever read. It was okay. From the beginning to the middle it was actually really good but towards the end it started to get confusing for me. But it's still a good book and I actually recommend it to teens. Especially teens who love werewolves.

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hardkorelish
Sep 30, 2011

Being a big fan of Catherine Jinks' "The Reformed Vampire Support Group", I was looking very forward to reading this book. Not that I was disapointed in the way that it is similar to the first one. However, as its own book I didn't think it held up too well.

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Agent_86
Aug 15, 2011

I thought it was good but i definitly like the Vampire support group better.

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Jvorstenbosch
Jul 02, 2011

I did love the idea of a werewolf that locked himself up. The plot moved forward, but it would be best if your read the Vampire one first to find out who Nina is.
However, the ending really annoyed me. It was quite funny throughout the entire book, and had some good humor, but then it tried to pull a serious 'WE are REAL!" at the end which totally put a bad spin on the ending.

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mpot
May 09, 2011

Although a book for young adults, this adult enjoyed it. Well written, a good plot.

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BostonPL_AnnaD Oct 04, 2014

BostonPL_AnnaD thinks this title is suitable for 14 years and over

MWaiters Jun 18, 2012

MWaiters thinks this title is suitable for 15 years and over

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