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An ancient race of lycanthropes has survived to the present day, and its numbers are growing as the initiated convince L.A.'s down and out to join their pack. Paying no heed to moons, full or otherwise, they change from human to canine at will—and they're bent on domination at any cost.
Caught in the middle are Anthony, a kind-hearted, besotted dogcatcher, and the girl he loves, a female werewolf who has abandoned her pack. Anthony has no idea that she's more than she seems, and she wants to keep it that way. But her efforts to protect her secret lead to murderous results.
Blending dark humor and epic themes with card-playing dogs, crystal meth labs, surfing, and carne asada tacos, Sharp Teeth captures the pace and feel of a graphic novel while remaining "as ambitious as any literary novel, because underneath all that fur, it's about identity, community, love, death, and all the things we want our books to be about" [Nick Hornby, The Believer].
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Definitely worth reading
I bought this book because it is written in free verse and I thought that would be interesting. Besides that, I was not expecting much. As you begin to read this book you begin to realize that there is much more to this book then first thought.
This book is epic. It's got humor, lust, and violence. At some points you will wonder if what you read just happened, but you will soon realize that yes, it did.
If you want to read something gripping, brilliant, and different from practically everything out there, you should read this. It is time well spent.
A awesome,epic,gripping,and wonderful book. This is the book has everything action,adventure,and a romantic tale in between.
A must read!
I ran across this book and fell in love from the first page. Dark, exciting, well written, and a story so compelling that it's hard to set it down. The book being in free verse gives the story an amazing frame to view the events as they unfold!