Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Queerwolf, by Rob Rosen

When you wake up on a ferry, naked, in a pool of blood, there’s nowhere else to go but up. Up, that is, into the arms of your hunky upstairs neighbor. And so starts the comic misadventure of Blake and Ted as they go from San Francisco to Salt Lake City to Las Vegas and back again, collecting their motley pack, not to mention a whole slew of unexpected surprises, along the way. Will good win out? Can different really be better? And can the Queerwolf keep his new breed of pack together and alive? Read on to find out, but better leave the doors locked because this pack travels on its stomach… and you could be next on the menu! 

SLAVE's Review

This book was a great disappointment. In fact, I was almost insulted as I read it. The characters were somewhat wishy-washy and so stereotypical I wanted to scream. The blurb led me to believe this would be a whodunit kind of thing, you know, find out why ole boy was on the ferry naked and covered in blood, but by page 80 of the 138 page book all I saw was over sexed young men, who giggled way too much and no forward drive on the story, thus I had no desire to finish it. 1 pen   

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