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Misfit Pack by Stephanie Foxe Review

Title: Misfit Pack

Author: Stephanie Foxe

First published August 14, 2018

276 pages, Kindle Edition

Rating: 4.17


Three unlikely companions find themselves transformed into werewolves in a world where magic is the norm. Amber, a drawling redhead, a lawyer with pink hair, and a homeless seventeen-year-old must band together to form a pack.

Though Amber is chosen as their Alpha, they must pass the Trials to become legally recognized. If they fail, their pack will be disbanded and forced into The System, a halfway house for bitten werewolves.

But first, they need a sponsor to even enter the Trials. With everything on the line, the newly formed pack must learn to work together before time runs out.

Join them on their journey in Misfit Pack by Stephanie Foxe.

Editoral Review

Misfit Pack by Stephanie Foxe is a thrilling novel that explores the power of loyalty, friendship, and love. Published on August 14, 2018, Foxe’s book is a captivating read that will keep readers on the edge of their seats until the very end.

The novel is set in a dystopian world where wolves have taken over and humans have been relegated to the bottom of the food chain. The main character, Luna, is a human who has been taken in by a pack of wolves after her family was killed.

Luna struggles to find her place in the pack, as she is not a wolf but is also not entirely human anymore.

The novel’s themes of identity, belonging, and acceptance are woven throughout the story, as Luna and her pack navigate their way through a dangerous and unpredictable world. Foxe’s writing is exceptional, with vivid descriptions that transport the reader directly into the heart of the story.

The characters in Misfit Pack are well-developed and complex, with their own motivations, fears, and desires. Luna is a particularly compelling protagonist, with her fierce loyalty and determination to protect her pack at all costs.

The relationships between the characters are also well-crafted, with a palpable sense of tension and camaraderie that keeps the reader engaged.

The pacing of the novel is superb, with just the right balance of action and introspection. The plot is intricately woven, with plenty of twists and turns that will keep readers guessing until the very end.

Foxe’s world-building is also impressive, with a fully-realized dystopian landscape that feels both terrifying and believable.

Misfit Pack is a standout novel in the dystopian genre, with a unique premise, well-drawn characters, and exceptional writing. While the book is aimed at young adult readers, it will appeal to anyone who loves an action-packed, emotionally resonant story.

Foxe’s novel is a must-read for anyone looking for a thrilling and thought-provoking adventure.

That being said, the book does have some minor flaws. At times, the pacing can feel a bit uneven, with some scenes dragging while others move too quickly.

Additionally, some readers may find the ending a bit abrupt, with loose ends left unresolved.

Overall, Misfit Pack is an outstanding novel that is well worth reading. It is a testament to the power of friendship, loyalty, and love, and a reminder that even in the darkest of times, there is always hope.

I give Misfit Pack a score of 9 out of 10, and recommend it to anyone who loves a good dystopian adventure.

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