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Summary

Summer camp is a traditional teenage rite of passage, but when you add supernatural powers to the typically high dosage of adolescent hormones - you get an even more combustible mix. Sixteen-year-old werewolf twins Kate and Logan Danvers are none too thrilled at being shipped off to a supernatural youth leadership conference in West Virginia. 

From the moment they arrive at the camp, the twins sense something is off, and they react in their usual manner - Logan reserving judgment and surveying the setup while Kate charges forward, determined to get answers. Kate and Logan quickly ascertain that most of the conference attendees have already formed hostile factions, leaving the twins and a few other misfits to band together.  

What seems like teen hormones in overdrive becomes something much more dangerous, even deadly. Add in a strange magic-warded cabin in the woods and a local history rife with curses and macabre legends, and it becomes clear this was a really, really bad place to build a camp for teenage supernaturals.  

Author's note: This is book 1 in a YA duology. As with all my YA trilogies, this first book ends in a cliff-hanger. Book 2, Wolf's Curse, comes out in March.

©2019 K.L.A. Fricke Inc. (P)2020 Audible, Inc.

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Another nice book from K. Armstrong

Easy read perfect for lockdown. It is as good as all other Underworld series books.

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So good to be back in the otherworld

Fast paced and well read was pleased I waited and can go straight on to book 2.

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A good YA adventure

It good to be back in the other world series with the younger generation. A good story that moves fast and ends on a cliffhanger. Looking forward to the next instalment.

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  • Kathi
  • 05-02-20

Amazing. But there is a cliffhanger

This was such a good start to this series, but there is a cliffhanger. I cannot wait for the next one to come out I have a feeling it’ll be even better than this one.

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  • Tracey L. Shaw
  • 14-01-21

Stupidity, bad production crap story.

worst story ever for production bad storyline Veterinary and not even close to anything else from that series or this author

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  • Anniken
  • 06-12-20

Diverse and interesting

I love all the folks getting pearshaped over the cliffhanger ending, when it actually says so in the description! The book is well written with interesting and diverse characters. A YA book that actually works for a non-YA reader. Male narrator was boring and flat, but the female did a good job!

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 22-10-20

That is sooo not nice!!!

there is no ending to this book...what a BUMMER!!! Seriously, what a major let down!

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  • Elliot
  • 02-10-20

Story is good. Male voice, meh.

I love the otherworld series’? Especially the werewolf books. Not a fan of the male voice. Hella robotic, but not bad enough to regret listening to the book.

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  • Lori E.
  • 28-09-20

Entertaining story

This is an entertaining story on its own, but I think I enjoyed it even more having read the Otherworld books. The narration was really good.

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  • Delta
  • 03-09-20

not an ending in this story.

might as well know ahead of time that you will need the next book - obvious stop of story amid action.

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  • Kanukipper
  • 07-07-20

Cliffhanger Ending and Slightly Wooden Performance

The story was good. This is clearly a YA novel and is written that way. Armstrong seems to have a tendency to stop mid story in her YA novels and pick them up in the next book. So for a Kelley Armstrong fan, that is not surprising. At this point, both books are out, so if you read this book, I recommend also getting the next book, Wolf's Curse, at the same time. I love this world and was so happy to have this book (and the next), and there were definite updates and what seemed like possible future teasers for at least short stories. I keep hoping she will go back to this series and write the next generation (though I love many of her other books as well). All in all, I enjoyed the story. My appreciation of the performance depended on the narrator. The female narrator was wonderful and engaging, but the male narrator was inconsistent. His character voices were decent, but he was really wooden and sounded like he was just reading when he was performing the parts between the character dialog. It was somewhat jarring because I would be into the story and raptly listening, and then all of a sudden I was no longer in the story, but very aware that I was listening to a story. That really takes away from the magic of an audiobook. If I could, I would have given the performance 3.5 stars.

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  • Dakota
  • 26-06-20

Loved it!

The story is outstanding and I'm so glad the series continues. I wish the narrator's were consistent with names and accents but if you can overlook it, the story is well worth your time. Kate & Logan are growing up and it is interesting to see how their character develops.

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  • K. Dennis
  • 24-03-20

Well, Rhat Was abrupt

What just happened? I’ve never read a book with an ending that just cut off like that mid story. It wasn’t even a cliff hanger, it just ENDED. Full star off for just a total mishandling on that. And another note that the male narrator was pretty bad.