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Wolf Storm by Dee Garretson

Posted by BookGirl on August 12, 2013 at 9:00 PM

Wolf Storm by Dee Garretson

Stefan is an aspiring child (read: around 12) actor who has landed a job filming a Sci-Fi movie.   Instead of a green screen, the director wants to film in a snowy wastland for real action.   It's freezing cold, and Stefan has to deal with his bratty diva costar Raine and her snubs to the sweet around 8-year old athsmatic Jeremy,  not to mention the elderly horror film star Cecil.   They are all in the lodge when everyone heads out to town but them.  They have to deal with the actor wolves, (who can get very hungry!) and *gasp* a HUMOUNGUS AVALANCHE!  They are all buried in, and must survive.     Natrually, Stefan saves the day and Raine comes around as a nice kid.

It's not really that good of a book.   You can tell how it will turn out as soon as the avalance happens.  There isn't any laughs, and it's sort of boring.   It's not the worst book I can think of, but it sure ain't the best.    I've read other books by this author, and they're a whole lot better.

Note:   The author has a website:   www.Deegarretson.com

Categories: MEH, Adventure, Younger Readers (10 and under)

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