Feral Nights review by lagoonablue444
Feral Nights
Age Range - 12 and up
Genre - Fantasy

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Age at time of review - 12
Reviewer's Location - Philippi, WV, United States
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            A boy gets killed and the suspect has gone missing.  But is this a normal victim and a normal killer?  No.  Travis is a were-armadillo and Ruby is a were-cat.  This paranormal mystery is told from three different points of view:  Yoshi, a were-cat and Ruby’s brother; Aimee, a human; and Clyde, a were-possum.  Travis’ ghost only reveals himself to Clyde and tells him the events of his murder.


            I give this book 3.5 stars.  I would have liked it better, if they didn’t have so much talk about sex and drinking.

            I didn’t really have a favorite character in this book.  I liked the mystery and that they were all were-animals.

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Content rating - mature content

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I consider the content of this book to be mature. There is some strong language and one case of underage drinking. There is also a lot of talk about sex, although the characters don’t actually have sex in the book. There is a little bit of fighting. I think this book should be for readers 14 years old and up.

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