Featured Official Review: Beware of Wolves by J. Jai Brown

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Re: Featured Official Review: Beware of Wolves by J. Jai Brown

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I find the topic interesting . Like wolves and vampires , I will read this .

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I think this is diffentley something i would enjoy to do cant wait to get started

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It seems it would be a very interesting book one that keeps you drawn in and cant lay the book down

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It's a very interesting topic that is presented, I will definitely read this! :D

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This book has a profound expression towards the reader not only to assimilate how to vindicate wolfs among us but also how to deal with them respectively. Thanks for your review

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You fan find wolves everywhere, often disguised as sheep. This book seems really useful to identify them. Thank you for your great review!
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I can’t wait to read this book, reading your review has me looking forward to it even more!

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I greatly enjoyed reading your review. You have quite the way with words!

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The concept of the book is very interesting. It rare to find a self reflection when someone is focussing on the shortcomings of others. Good review.
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How i wish this could turn into a movie, it is very interesting.

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Your review call my attention to this phenomenon, but the religious part it is a not to me.

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I think this book would be a book I would like to read it seem like the plot is excellent

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When I read this book every minute I am very eager to what happens next and awareness to religious

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I like how it can be related to many, if not all, people. It seems like their is a very wide range of who this book will be appealing to.

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Post by AJ_Drenda »

Thank you for your review!

I'm intrigued why the author chose to use 'wolf' as the animalistic representation of the sociopath and whether there is a connection with a book I'm currently reading (The Wood Cutter by Reginald Hill).

Wolves are pack animals and always take care of their own. The idea of a 'big bad wolf' comes from the fairy tale representation of the animal, rather than from its biologically ingrained traits.

Is there any reference to it in the book?

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