I’m usually very picky with which Urban Fantasy novels I pick up. Just because in my experience they tend to be the same and they add nothing new to the table and so I went into Wolf Marked a little bit pessimistic, even if I try my best to keep an open mind.
I arrived at the 10% mark and I would be lying if I didn’t say… I was already loooooving It.
And I wrote the start of this review too early…
I was hoping to end up giving it more stars, but by the end I’m afraid it can’t give it more than one based on my own rating system.
There wasn’t much of a story to it. She gets kicked out of her pack and then finds another pack…
That’s basically it. At too many points within it it felt like there wasn’t enough story and it was grasping at straws to keep moving forward and either kept repeating the same information over-and-over again or added irrelevant details that honestly did not connect with what was happening or being spoken about.
For example: she feels guilty about putting her new pack at risk from her old one and this gets repeated again only a few paragraphs after each other at one point.
I also don’t have a clue what anyone looks like, everyone just gets a name and then gets actions.
But that’s the problem with this story as a whole. Everything feels like it’s all just glazed over. In the tone of ‘she did this, and then she did this, and then she did this’ with no juicy details or descriptions on any of it as if it’s racing to the finishing point but by that point it’s over and absolutely nothing happened.
Also I hate hate hate when a book ends with no resolution or no big climax. NOTHIING happened by the end and when the last chapter ended it just didn’t feel like the end and I was surprised when there wasn’t a chapter after it. It just ends with nothing happening.