IMG_20130322_185343I’ve read almost everything by Jodi Picoult, but it’s been at least a year since I read anything from here.

I almost immediately remembered why I love her books. I like her style. The way the words flow & how you’re captured & taken into the story so quickly.

I knew little about wolves going into this novel. {Besides my beloved NCSU Wolfpack, of course.} I loved the fact that one of the main characters was a biologist who literally lived with & cared over packs of wolves. I found that aspect of Lone Wolf so fascinating. Like most Jodi Picoult novels, this one was told from the different characters perspectives {love that!} & I looked forward to Luke’s sections so much so I could read from inside his mind.

I think I was a little let down but not surprised by the way Lone Wolf ended. Often Jodi Picoult books have crazy twist endings {My Sister’s Keeper anyone?}, this one kind of didn’t. And I was okay with that.

I was too engulfed in Lone Wolf to leave this to the pump room alone; I was up way too late reading & finishing this last week. I was on such a Jodi Picoult high after I finished that I’ve moved on to the next Picoult novel in my TBR pile. My Perfect Match review will be coming soon.