Monday, October 14, 2013

Review of Skulk by Rosie Best

Title: Skulk
Author: Rosie Best
Published by: Strange Chemistry
Released: October 1, 2013
Summary: Meg Banks has a passion for graffiti. One night, while creating her masterpiece, she stumbles across a dying fox who magically turns into a man. This dying man passes a stone to Meg and tells her to keep it safe. Meg has no idea how much her life is going to change from this strange encounter. That dying man not only passed on a stone, but also passes on the ability to shift into a fox. Meg is now part of a world where people can turn into foxes, spiders, ravens, rats, and butterflies. Meg has a blast with her new abilities, until her new world starts getting dangerous. Someone is searching for a weapon and killing shifters along the way. Meg becomes a prime target. Meg must find whatever this evil person is searching for before it's too late.
My Thoughts: This book was just fun reading! I want to thank Netgalley and Strange Chemistry for letting me review an e-arc of this book. I suggest you go pick this up and give the Skulk a read.
Skulk is just a lot of fun to read. It's really easy to just get caught up and lost in the story. Meg is an easy character to like and the world is highly enjoyable. There's also some really gory bits with blood, guts, and evil pigeons that go straight for the eyes.
It might not be a thought provoking or super emotional read, but who wants that anyway? Skulk is super fun and just a great book to lose oneself in. A highly enjoyable read that I definitely recommend picking up.
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What the fox, Skulk is great!

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