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Book Review: Tell The Wolves I’m Home

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Tell the Wolves I'm HomeTell the Wolves I’m Home by Carol Rifka Brunt

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This book is wonderful. June Elbus is a wonderful, crazy, adorable, terrible, smart narrator. Incredibly, she is only fourteen. Somehow, it’s completely believable- I wrote journals all through my teenage years, and I can absolutely relate to her way of thinking, and expressing herself. I loved her, and I loved Greta to pieces (I was so, so worried about that girl), and of course Finn and Toby.

This is a difficult review to write, because it would mostly just be me repeating myself and saying how much I loved the book. So let me gather my thoughts.

One of the things I enjoyed most about this was that it’s so real. The different types of Love that June describes, the falling one… they’re really that confusing and wonderful and awful. For a young girl…

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