The Wulf Chronicles (Ana’s Review)

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Title: The Wulf Chronicles (WulfChron #1)
Author: Wulf Francú Godgluck
Publisher: Self-Published
Release Date: June 11th 2018
Genre(s): Paranormal Romance
Page Count: 532
Reviewed by: Ana
Heat Level: 3 flames out of 5
Rating: 4 stars out of 5

What if werewolves were real?
What if one of them was different?
What if you were a defective werewolf?

This is not the story of how one night I got bitten and my life changed. Nor is it the story of how I went on a savage killing spree that left me tormented with guilt and dread the next morning.


This is the story of a boy, a boy who’s spent his life running from the shadows of monsters. A boy who never understood why the world hated him with so much odium. Why his mother would throw away her only life to protect his. Why he was never allowed to have friends. Why he never had the childhood every child should. Why he was never allowed to cherish happiness.

This is the story of a boy becoming himself, embracing his vulnerability and learning to accept and love.

This is a story about a werewolf, trying to find the answers to why he was born defective.

And maybe that’s the very reason I become the main course on the menu.

This was amazing. There was so much wonderful characters that I just couldn’t choose who to love the most. The plot was fascinating, so unlike anything I’d ever read. It was a very different way to tell a shifters story, that hasn’t been a particularly favorite of mine, but I’d learn to appreciate them and this has been one of the most unique that I’d read and definitely will be among my favorites.

I was interested in the story from the first scene. It was a very strong beginning and it keep me hook all the way through the end. I liked the writing, although there were a few times when it became bit a too much and I felt a little tired of too much details.

I felt a bit confused at times. There were occasions when I didn’t know who’s point of view I was reading. I was expecting to only see things from Michael’s point of view and, when suddenly things seem wrong, I realized there was a different person’s point of view. After a while I was not only used to it, but expecting the next character to have his POV so I could get to know them better.

I had a hard time trying to remember all the names. I hope I have better luck in the next book, but the characters were one of things that I loved the most about the book. How important each of them was and how everyone had an interesting story to tell. It was like little plots inside a bigger one and it was fantastic. I loved every single one of the pack members.

Somehow I was expecting a little romance. I know it wasn’t supposed to be a romance but I was just hoping. I felt a little underwhelmed by that part, mostly because there were supposed to be some big connections between mates and I just couldn’t feel it. I couldn’t perceived anything but lust from most of the situations and it felt like they lack chemistry.

Overall it was a great book. It had a lot of pain, sorrow and angst but there’s also loyalty, friendship and so much love. It also had some amazing turns that changes, not only its pace from slow to very fast, but also its tone, from a little bit of humor to scary or to a sorrowful one. It was great not knowing what to expect. I had an amazing time with the book. I can’t wait for the next one.

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I love to read M/M books. I’m still doing a lot of catching up with some series and getting to know some authors. I love to read stories with dark themes, a lot of angst and complex characters. I’ve always been interested on how mental illness is portray in books, so I would probably read any book with that subject. Here are some of my favorite books