My Father the Werewolf

My Father the Werewolf

Henry Garfield / Jan 24, 2021

My Father the Werewolf Teenagers Miranda and Danny move to Maine to be near a deserted island where their werewolf father can isolate himself during full moons but when the ocean freezes and creates a path to the populated

  • Title: My Father the Werewolf
  • Author: Henry Garfield
  • ISBN: 9780689851803
  • Page: 239
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Teenagers Miranda and Danny move to Maine to be near a deserted island where their werewolf father can isolate himself during full moons, but when the ocean freezes and creates a path to the populated mainland, they resort to desperate measures to save the townspeople from their transformed parent Ages 12.

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    1. Ummmm . . . yeah . . . this book was awful. I read a lot of fantasy and I'm a huge fan of the willing suspension of disbelief, but come on!!! I'm supposed to believe that two teens would walk on a deserted beach with their father, wander away for a moment, hear a gunshot, run back to find a creepy old man standing over their bleeding father with a rifle, and nobody says "Hey! You shot my dad!" And then said old man tells your father he's now a werewolf and you just sort of all shrug and say "Huh [...]


    2. For a book with 'werewolf' in the title, I was expecting a little more werewolfishness. I couldn't really get very far in this book. Others have pointed out why. Guy gets told by an old man they just met that he's a werewolf, and they pretty much just accept that. The first full moon, the kids think their dad may have killed a few people while he was out, but he can't remember what happened, and no one's really very fussed about it. Then it's more just a boring detail of their lives with the who [...]


    3. I REALLY didn't like this book.It's sort of sad really, cos I'm not very picky and I fall in love with so many books.My Father the Werewolf was so very boring.This is supposed to be a YA novel, but it didn't seem like it.The title is a misnomer, because for one, the book wasn't even told in the POV of one of the werewolf's children, and secondly, there were long passages where we followed the werewolf-dad and found out what is job was like, IN DETAIL, (he worked at a fish packing factory, if you [...]


    4. While the premise of this YA book is interesting, the story rarely creates any sort of suspense. Rather than spend time on the transformation and grisly behavior of werewolves, Garfield chooses to focus on the mundane activities of the father and his children. These perspectives could be entertaining in themselves, but the author doesn’t develop the characters fully enough to keep readers engaged. Not what I'd expect from the great-great-grandson of the twentieth U.S. President.


    5. I did not like this book. I liked the premise of the book, but it was not written very well. The characters too easily believed the unbelievable, and many aspects of this book were just weird! I would have not finished it, but I had no other book to read with me so I had no choice but to finish it while I was waiting to get my flu shot. I do not recommend this book to anyone.



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