Leaving Jackson Wolf by P.A. Kane – Review by Lisa Helmick

Leaving Jackson WolfLeaving Jackson Wolf by P.A. Kane
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Leaving Jackson Wolf
By P.A. Kane
Rated 3 stars

This is a tough read for me. I really wanted to like it. The story is a good one and I like the theme running through it. McDougal has the wondrous ability and eases most people. He is sneaky in how he get under your defenses. Then you realize how great of a guy he is. Jackson, who I thought was a troubled youth, was really a good guy who surprised me more than once. He has teenage struggles as well as life struggles. The storyline moved forward slowly at times (all song titles) and other times moved along at a good pace.

This is a first time author for me. As previously stated I really struggled with this story keeping my interest. Probably since this is mostly narrative (thinking inside their heads) and bits of dialogue. I am a fan of more dialogue with active movement. This story was good the characters really grew on me as I read.

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