Raised by Wolves At the age of four Bryn watched a rogue werewolf brutally murder her parents Alone in the world she was rescued and taken in by the mysterious Callum the alpha of his werewolf pack Now fifteen Bry

  • Title: Raised by Wolves
  • Author: Jennifer Lynn Barnes
  • ISBN: 9781606841815
  • Page: 235
  • Format: ebook
  • At the age of four, Bryn watched a rogue werewolf brutally murder her parents Alone in the world, she was rescued and taken in by the mysterious Callum, the alpha of his werewolf pack Now fifteen, Bryn s been raised as a human among werewolves, adhering to pack rule mostly Little fazes her But the pack s been keeping a secret, and when Bryn goes exploring against CaAt the age of four, Bryn watched a rogue werewolf brutally murder her parents Alone in the world, she was rescued and taken in by the mysterious Callum, the alpha of his werewolf pack Now fifteen, Bryn s been raised as a human among werewolves, adhering to pack rule mostly Little fazes her But the pack s been keeping a secret, and when Bryn goes exploring against Callum s direct orders, she finds Chase, a newly turned teen Were locked in a cage Terrifying memories of the attack on her mom and dad come flooding back Bryn needs answers, and she needs Chase to get them Suddenly, all allegiances to the pack no longer matter It s Bryn and Chase against the werewolf world, whatever the consequences An exciting new paranormal adventure, with a heroine that rivals Buffy, Raised by Wolves will leave you howling for .

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    About "Jennifer Lynn Barnes"

    1. Jennifer Lynn Barnes

      Jennifer Lynn Barnes who mostly goes by Jen was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma She has been, in turn, a competitive cheerleader, a volleyball player, a dancer, a debutante, a primate cognition researcher, a teen model, a comic book geek, and a lemur aficionado She s been writing for as long as she can remember, finished her first full book which she now refers to as a practice book and which none of you will ever see when she was still in high school, and then wrote Golden the summer after her freshman year in college, when she was nineteen Jen graduated high school in 2002, and from Yale University with a degree in cognitive science the study of the brain and thought in May of 2006 She ll be spending the 2006 2007 school year abroad, doing autism research at the University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom.

    570 thoughts on “Raised by Wolves”

    1. I actually had a massive struggle to be-star this book in an appropriate manner. I think it's one of the first times I've ever really cursed GoodRead's refusals to allow half stars because whilst this wasn't QUITE a four star read, it was definitely more than a three.In fact, I really want to give it four stars just on principle.I mightBut, no, that would compromise my ethics.And that's like Spiderman deciding to turn into a giant, flying douche evil. It's just WRONG.Nobody wants to see thatRais [...]


    2. Ugh. I really kind of hated this book. I kept asking myself, "WHY am I still reading this? Why do I continue to punish myself with more than 400 pages of this crap?" Then I would remember how the sweet librarian I've become friends with at our library branch recommended the book and had been so sure I'd like it that she put it on hold for me herself. Sigh. I guess I wanted to be able to honestly say that I had finished it. So there's that.The problem with this book was the sheer ridiculousness o [...]


    3. I am going to write this review in the style of this book.Not Good.Not Mine.I read a review of it and someone said it was “evocative”. No.Not.Bryn was adopted by the alpha werewolf as a child after her parents were murdered in front of her by a rogue werewolf.Rogue.Whispers.No.Although she is human, she was taken in to the pack and raised amongst them. Now, she’s fifteen.A teenager.Love. Hate.Confusion.She thinks that the alpha is keeping something from her and she discovers she is right w [...]


    4. Bullet Review:DNF at 22%/Chapter 8As Young Adult Urban Fantasy werewolf books go, this is certainly not the worst you could do. It feels like Barnes put a lot of work into imagining how the werewolf pack would act, much like Briggs did for Mercy and Armstrong did for Women of the Otherworld.But it's like every other freakin' YA UF book out there. Super Speshul Snowflake who is not worthy of knowing why she must be protected because she has ovaries. Way too much time on stupid, boring crap like w [...]


    5. Really this book is a debatable 3.5 stars for me. I may or may not lower that to a three later.Okay, lets get this review started. I have nevereverdisliked the first half of a book as much as I didRaised by Wolves.And that's saying something if anyone has seen some of my other reviews.First of all, the writing, prose, and flow is downrightatrocious.It was like she was leading a one-woman crusade against all long sentences with any kind of flow to them. Come. My brothers!. It is. Time! *soldiers* [...]


    6. 4.5 StarsRaised by Wolves starts off the story with Bryn, who's parents was murdered by a rabid werewolf when she was only four years old. Callum, the alpha werewolf, rescued, adopted and marked her as his own and gave her to Ali to be raised like a daughter. Now a fifteen year old Bryn struggles with where she truly belongs, not a wolf, but more then human, not till she meets a new wolf named Chase does she find a link to her past, connecting her to the future.I've got to say, I'm mighty impres [...]



    7. Books about wolves are kind of my "thing", I know a lot more about the werewolf genre than I feel comfortable admitting. Like the famous words from Jerry Maguire "you had me at hello" well, thats what these books are to me, but obviously replacing the words hello, with wolves. So, I think its safe to say that I was more than a little bit excited to get my hands on a copy of this book.Bryn is 15 years old and is quite literally being raised by a pack of wolves. This is as shoddy as it sounds, bec [...]


    8. Time for a re-read. And it STILL gets 5 stars.This was a fantastic book and the best book that I've read in awhile-one of those that you don't put down until finished and where you've got this excited feeling in the middle of your chest. Written in the first person by a 15-yr old, it has a maturity that is not common in today's youth, but nevertheless believable.While I consider it to be a self-contained story, by the end of the book, there are indications that it could be the 1st in a series. I [...]


    9. I purchased this book in September and began reading it the same day. I put it down and it took me four months to pick it back up. I was never really interested in it. The first few chapters contained so many wince-worthy things that it automatically felt like one of those books I would have to just endure in order to finish. It improved marginally about a third of the way in and got much better in the last third, but it felt like a lot of time to invest in something that really only evened out [...]


    10. Why did I wait so long to read this!?! Someone tell me! I love literature about werewolves or wolves or any other variation thereof. That being said this novel isn't told from the perspective of a wolf or werewolf, or whatever you want to call them, it's told from the perspective from a girl, a human girl. That was indeed as the title implies raised by wolves. And I loved that about this book. I think being on the outside as Bryn was, was even more insightful than had it been from the pov of one [...]


    11. For anyone who picks up Raised by Wolves and is tempted to put it down because of the slow-paced beginning, please keep reading! The novel's heroine fleshes out into a single-minded and determined narrator; Ali, her adoptive mother, an awesome 'mama bear', and the storyline so realistically developed that it is one of the most authentic werewolf novels I have yet to read. Jennifer Lynn Barnes style reminds me of Rachel Vincent and her Shifter series, giving this YA book a harder, more adult edge [...]


    12. I gave up after 10 pages. Until This day my hate for Ya werewolves stories never decreases. I just hate werewolves. Alot. This isn't even a review. This is just about one just significant thing about me. I goddamm hate werewolf books. Die! Die!


    13. WOW!!Have any of you looked at the reviews for this book? Apparently everyone is really REALLY into this book.Children. this book. ugs this book. sigh. this book was hard to get through. Seriously. I can't tell you how many times I wanted to put it down, throw it against the wall, or have a bad feeling that if I rolled my eyes up into my head one more time they would stick up in my skull. Okey dokey Where to start?How about the writing? Well, the main character's name is Bryn and she is 15 years [...]


    14. When Bryn was just four years old her family was attacked by a rabid werewolf, she only survived because of the arrival of Callum and his pack but they weren't in time to save her parents. Despite the fact that Bryn is human Callum adopted her and marked her as a member of the pack for her protection. She has been brought up as one of just a few humans living amongst the werewolves and has never quite felt she belonged. When Bryn finds Chase - a newly turned werewolf - locked in Callum's basemen [...]


    15. I try to write honestly about the books I read and sometimes it doesn't sound like I really do enjoy the book but that isn't the case, so here's my best shot. As a 21 year old who still (not so secretly) loves to read YA fiction I think that "Raised by Wolves" deserves a little more attention than some of the garbage out on the bookstore shelves right now. **Reasons why I liked this book: Ms. Barnes (who happens to be close to my age)is very good at engaging the reader. I read this book in one s [...]


    16. A few years ago, I remember watching a cartoon show on the Cartoon Network where the animals are in a trance, and over and over, they repeat "pretty, pretty, shiny, shiny" while staring at anything that has major bling to it. At the time, I thought it was pretty funny until I had those four words in my head all day long. It is kind of like when you have a verse from a song in your head and you can't stop singing it.Fast forward to today,"Survive", "Kill", "Mine", (I could list about 20 words fro [...]


    17. I just finished this book and I loved it. It was an action packed, thrilling read that I had trouble putting down. And when I did I couldn't stop thinking about it. It is about Bryn who watched her parents being brutally killed by a rabid werewolf when she was four. She was saved and taken into a pack by a alpha werewolf named Callum who marked as one of his own and raised her with his pack. Now Bryn is 15 and finds the pack has been keeping a secret from her and while exploring meets Chase. Cha [...]


    18. There have been some amazing wolf book releases lately, that when I bought Raised By Wolves, I held off on reading it right away. That was a mistake, as soon as I opened to page one, Jennifer Lyn Barnes took ahold of me and thrust me into her amazing Wolf world, and didn't let me go until I finished.Raised By Wolves is an in-depth book that not only introduced me to the snarky, won't take no for answer, strong willed, main character Bryn, but it captured me and brought into the amazing world of [...]


    19. Quick review:Cover: I like Rating:PG Thumbs Up:2.5Overall: A promise that wasn't well deliveredCharacters: OkayPlot: 15 year old girl somehow saves the dayPage Turner: Yes Series Cont.? Probably Recommend:MaybeBook Boyfriend: Callum & ChaseSUMMARY (50 words or less)I wanted to like this book. I hadn’t read the summary, I went in blind. If you ignore all the glaring plot holes, there is an undertow of potential that keeps you sucked in when you’re reaching for perches to get yourself out. [...]


    20. Awesome! Don't let the three stars fool you (Really, I'm not sure whether to give it three or four. Maybe 3 1/2? Well, the stars don't matter so much. What matters is the book). This was a really, really good book about instinct, freedom, and what it means to be family (or not to be family). It's really an excellent book. Did it completely blow me out of the water? No. Was it fantastic? Yes.Plot: Great. Possibly the best part of this book (and I don't say that often. Normally I'd take characters [...]


    21. I’m of two minds about Raised by Wolves. It features a suspenseful plot (especially in the second half) and one really good message, but also includes, possibly by accident, a couple of disturbing messages.Bronwyn “Bryn” Clare is a human girl being raised by werewolves. As a little girl, she and her parents were attacked by a feral werewolf, a “Rabid.” A pack of “good” werewolves burst into the house and rescued Bryn but were too late to save her parents. Bryn is now fifteen, and l [...]


    22. Sorry, nice try but nois was just Not for me. Same problem as with the Shifter series. The main character is a spoiled and selfish brat who endangers herself and the people who care about her by her absolutely stupid actions. The basic idea was good (meaning the secret behind it all etc.) but otherwise I found the story seriously lacking. I couldn't realte to Bryn and I couldn't understand the connection between her and Chase at all. No swooning, no awwing, nothing. Instead I got lots of cheesy [...]


    23. How, hot, cute, mesmerising, sweet, and loving is Callum then. I love this alpha, I loved him the moment his name popped up in this book, and I didnt believe for one second he betrayed Bryn. Chase? Yeah ok I love him too but come on, ITS CALLUM. Alpha, leader, hot callum! I loved this book definitley worth a full rating. Cant wait to read the next one! Dont underestimate this book, I did but wow, itll blow your mind!


    24. Jennifer Lynn Barnes is one of my favourite writers. She knows how to combine humor, action, romance and the supernatural elements all into one book. Raised by Wolves is no different. It's not a book that I would delve into again but it's good for for a summer read.


    25. Believe me: I wanted to take this seriously. I considered my only two reviews I have to be professional because I wasn't cracking jokes, wasn't getting snarky, and tried to incorporate positive/negative qualities about a book in, just to show that the author had some good points, some bad points, of whatever the skew was at. You know, constructive criticism.This book whaThat tag about it having a 'love triangle' is very subtle. In the context of the book, the relationship of Devon/Bryn/Chase has [...]


    26. Меньше чем за сутки я познакомилась с еще одним детищем одного из моих любимых авторов - Дженнифер Линн Барнс! Эта книга не похожа на других представителей своего жанра, но ее персонажи чем-то напоминают мне персонажей другой серии Барнс - "Естественные". Брин смесь Лии и Кэс [...]


    27. Wow! This book is another example why I crave all things werewolf. I found the book by accident, in fact it was my husband who picked it up and I instantly knew I had to read it. It quickly became one of those books where you sneak away from company so you can read a few more pages and stay awake all night with matchsticks propping open your eyelids. Life amongst a pack fascinates me and I love being able to watch/read about how each person/wolf interacts with each other according to where they [...]


    28. I have waited a long time to read this book, i finally ended up buying it as a PB (kindle sacrilege!) as it was far cheaper that way. I am now glad i waited as i will get to read all three in the series back to back but i think if i had even guessed how amazing it was going to be i would of bought it months ago instead of just wishlisting it on amazon. Cover - I like the colours & the scene. After reading the book I can totally picture bryn as the model & the scene as a scene out of the [...]


    29. Reviewed by Jennifer Rummel for TeensReadTooAs a young girl, Bryn lost her parents in a brutal attack. Callum, the alpha of his werewolf pack, brought her into his circle and treated her like a daughter. As the only human in the pack, Bryn has always felt like an outsider.Until a new wolf, Chase, appears.Chase wasn't born a wolf. Bryn instinctively knows that she must meet him. As he's locked away for his own protection by Callum, she goes to Callum for permission to see him. Bryn asks Callum, n [...]


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