The Wolves of Dynamo (Dynamo City, #1)

The Wolves of Dynamo Dynamo City Thirteen year old Eileen MacCormick has always called Dynamo City home Its bustling streets imposing Cathedral and enveloping forest fascinate her giving her solace after the death of her father Bu

  • Title: The Wolves of Dynamo (Dynamo City, #1)
  • Author: Gareth S. Young
  • ISBN: 9781523714995
  • Page: 231
  • Format: Paperback
  • Thirteen year old Eileen MacCormick has always called Dynamo City home Its bustling streets, imposing Cathedral, and enveloping forest fascinate her, giving her solace after the death of her father But after moving closer to the forest she finds so comforting, she discovers that it hides a dark, magical world Eileen s life changes irrevocably when she crosses paths withThirteen year old Eileen MacCormick has always called Dynamo City home Its bustling streets, imposing Cathedral, and enveloping forest fascinate her, giving her solace after the death of her father But after moving closer to the forest she finds so comforting, she discovers that it hides a dark, magical world Eileen s life changes irrevocably when she crosses paths with a murderer who is terrorizing the city Heartsick, she finds herself drawn back to the forest where an enclave of mysterious wolves reveal themselves to her Eileen is shocked to learn she can communicate with the wolves and outraged when the ancient animals demand she lure the murderer to the forest How can these creatures ask this of her How can a thirteen year old possibly catch a killer Bewildered by her role in this new magical world, and by the wolves extraordinary request, Eileen must battle her sorrow and find courage as she begins the most dangerous and incredible adventure of her life.

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    1. A well written Young Adult Fantasy book that licks along at a good pace. Difficult to put down as I was always anxious to find out what happened next. Good characterisations and understandable conflicts between the sometime tragic events affecting a thirteen year old girl and the adults who appear as good, strange or, sometimes, even scary protagonists. The world in which the author has placed Eileen is a grand mix of urban realism in Dynamo City with its reflections of crime and hidden heroes a [...]

    2. Eileen is a little bit of all of us. Her life contains sprigs of tragedy, heartache, unanswered questions, and enough curiosity to delve her into danger without looking both ways. Gareth S. Young surprised me with this tale. Not because of how well written it is, but because of unexpected elements not usually included in a typical urban fantasy novel. All the crucial elements were present and then we're introduced to characters which immerse us in fantasy including mythical creatures, vigilant s [...]

    3. I received a copy from the author for an honest review. Full review here : chocomeiske/2016/05/02The plot was interesting and innovative and I can't wait to read the sequel which I'm expecting big things from.

    4. ‘The Wolves of Dynamo’ is a modern fantasy that will appeal to audiences who enjoy the current Golden Age of Television, whilst also harkening back to serials of Silver Screen Hollywood. The novel distils the best from the aforementioned and combines it with the modern archetype of the hero.This book introduces a post-industrial, urban city: Dynamo City. It is a place steeped in magic and mayhem, heroes and villians. The main protagonist is a thirteen year old girl named Eileen MacCormick, a [...]

    5. I received this book free in exchange for my honest review. I read this book today while my husband worked on Derby Cars and It was such a quick and easy read that I started on another book before he was completely finished. Eileen is so real and has so many traits that I can relate to. The setting of Dynamo City is so strong and surreal. The Imagery was written beyond belief. I couldn't put this book. It went at a steady pace without having any real "Down" times. The stories being read about th [...]

    6. This book arrived unexpectedly in the mail – I believe it was from a Giveaway, but I was never notified I’d won one. It’s even signed by the author!I am….a little puzzled on how I feel about this book. It has a bit of a confusing, dream-like quality to it, which fits the book, but left me a little less than satisfied. It always felt like I was forgetting details, or like the book assumed I knew things about the world that I didn’t. (Much like many dreams.) The plot was unique, the cha [...]

    7. I really enjoyed this book. A great setting with well drawn characters. The world that the author has built here is awesome. Part real, part fantasy, in an undetermined time. Can't wait for the next one.

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