Always Grey in Winter by Mark J. Engels

Author Mark J. Engels
Title Always Grey in Winter
Genre paranormal, sci-fi
Number of pages 184
Published August 10th, 2017 by Thurston Howl Publication


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Synopsis

A distant daughter. A peculiar device. A family lineage full of secrets. When werecat Pawlina Katczynski finally resurfaces, her location previously unknown to anyone close to her, the reunion is short of welcomed. Instead, she finds herself thrust tooth and nail—tooth and claw—into a feud between opposing werecat clans as her family and their enemies reignite a battle that has raged for years. Always Gray in Winter invites the reader to join the feud and see if blood is truly thicker than water...


Review

Always Grey in Winter is a very complex story of feuding werecat families. The story starts out strong, in the middle of the action. The book is very imaginative, full of suspense and action. The writing is very good, it just pulls you right in and the dialog is on point - it makes the story very realistic.

However, there are a lot of characters and lots going on. At times I had trouble keeping up with who is who and what is going on.

Lovely story! 

Happy reading,
Anie

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