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The Wolf is about Vincent Marelli, a crime boss who seeks revenge after his wife and daughters were killed in a terrorists attack. Pretty straightforward, right? I picked up this book because based off the synopsis this sounded like an action-filled ganster read. I was somewhat right.

There wasn’t really a lot of action. There was a lot of explanation and background that I thought was somewhat unnecessary and honestly I got a little bored with the book after a few chapters but I kept reading. Each chapter was only about 5-7 pages long so the book is actually something you could finish in a day or two. It did pick up towards the end of the book but it was very anticlimactic. Also Vincent found out the name of the person who ordered the attack on his family which surprised me and didn’t surprise me. As far as I know there isn’t another book and hopefully the author doesn’t intend to leave The Wolf with that cliffhanger.

Overall, I give it a 2 out of 5.

Until next time!