Saturday, June 21, 2014

Review: Sinner

Sinner by Maggie Stiefvater

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

The public believes they know Cole St. Clair. They know about his public and not so public life. He was a rock star, a drug addict and he left the lime-light for reasons all his own. What the fans don’t know is his darkest secret. Cole can shift into a wolf, but is doing everything in his power to control that side of him. He has now returned to California and is trying to keep his addiction and wolf in check. Unfortunately, the reality TV producer is known to cause spectacular crashes of her stars. Can Cole complete the show without falling back into addiction? Isabel was starting to make a new life for herself and now that Cole is back, she isn’t sure if she should trust him or not.

Sinner is a companion book to the Wolves of Mercy Falls series. The publisher is listing it as book 3.5 which will cause readers to wonder if there will be any other companion novels. Sinner is a full length book not a novella. This enabled Stiefvater to create a complete story and will give readers satisfaction in the storyline. Although I never suggest jumping around in a series, readers who discover Sinner first will have no problem understanding what is going on, yet I believe many will then want to find the first three books and get a complete picture. I recommend this book for those who always want to know … what happened later???

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