I think Wolf by Wolf by Ryan Graudin was a well written book. The story was thought out and included every detail it needed. It was interesting to read about Yael as a skin shifter and what the world would be like if Hitler own World War 2. I loved Yael because she was a fighter and she was a kind person. She never wanted to kill anyone. Her wolf tattoos on her arm represented the important people to her, and it reminded her why she was on her mission. I didn’t like that the book didn’t have much dialogue. I like when characters speak because it tells me more about their personality. Also, I loved the character Luka because he was charming and a gentleman, but what I didn’t like is that he’s crazy in love with Adele Wolfe. It’s not a bad thing to love somebody, but Yael is disguised as Adele and it confused him a lot throughout the book. Especially since Yael started to like him and she didn’t know if Adele felt the same. At the end of the book, they go to the ball together and she dances with Hitler so that she can kill him. It makes Luka sad because he thinks that Adele/Yael has feelings for Hitler. It made me mad that she couldn’t tell him the truth, nor her own brother Felix. Once she shoots Hitler, his face starts to change into someone else’s and she realizes that he’s a skin shifter. She killed her own kind instead of Hitler. Now she has to find the real Nazi leader.
This novel helped me understand what the world would be like if the Nazis had won the second World War. I learned more about the time period it is set in, like the motorcycles they rode on. The story ends on a cliff hanger so I would want to read the second book but this time at my own pace. I felt rushed to read it and couldn’t enjoy it as much as I could of. I would definitely recommend this book to people who love history and love some action.