Book Review: Sisters Red by Jackson Pearce

Sisters Red by Jackson Pearce is a re-imagining of the Little Red Riding Hood story with a new take on werewolf myths that blend together to give readers a captivating story about sisters, friendship and love. As children, Scarlett and Rosie March learned the awful truth about the monsters in the world. They learn to fight and hunt the Fenris, werewolves, to protect other girls from being hunted and devoured by the monsters. Together with their lifelong friend and hunting partner Silas, they discover that life, hunting and love are all far more complicated then they would like. This is a gritty, moving tale that is appealing to a wide variety of readers because of the amount of action and character development that drives the story.

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