I have been reading Emily Martha Sorensen’s wonderful stories for a while now.
Take a look at Trials of a Teenage WereVulture and you will see why.
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“Oh,” she said. She sounded disappointed. “That’s not really a clan. That’s, like…a club. You might as well join Were Scouts.”
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Looking for a fun, paranormal story about a young girl coming of age in the wereworld? Look no further.
Something’s wrong. The turning wasn’t what Lisette hoped for. Her wings are all wrong. She’s not a werehawk, she’s a Werevulture.
She went to Werepedia to see what’s what. She’ll be going to Flyer’s Education for flying lessons.
She loved her best friend, Kegan, and didn’t judge her for being different, but when she became different too, her feelings became mixed.
What clan would accept her? Let’s go to Wereconnection.com and find out. She may be the odd man out, but I have a feeling she’ll show us how valuable she would be to any clan.
We have a vampire pumpkin, wereporcupine, wereplatypus, werebutterfly, weretrees….and all the normal vampires, centaurs, mermaids and such.
Her instincts are good and we will find out how good as she investigates the Rarity Clan, who wanter her to join up with them.
It is Emily Martha Sorensen’s ability to surprise me with her creative writing and smiles throughout, even in the tough times, that keeps me reading her work. She has a wonderful ability to create such marvelous characters.
We can anticipate many things to come, but Trials of a Teenage WereVulture is filled with wit and humor, evil and danger. The creatures spark the imagination and I am left with a feeling we are all special in our individual ways. We all have much to offer to those who enter our lives.
I voluntarily reviewed a free copy of Trials of a Teenage WereVulture by Emily Martha Sorensen.