New York : Tu Books, 2011
||Luke’s dad taught him a lot of things
including outdoor survival skills, of course; after all
they’re descendants of a Native American Indian tribe. But
Luke’s dad also taught him martial arts including four
different ways to disarm an unsuspecting enemy. Luke and
his dad live alone in a ram shackled trailer in the middle
of nowhere. They stay under the radar and Luke doesn’t ask
too many questions. He knows his dad is former black ops,
and that it left him emotionally scarred. They don’t have
neighbors or family to rely on, so when Dad is kidnapped
it’s up to Luke to find him. This story rips into a
high-octane action adventure as Luke uses every skill in
his arsenal to outwit evil villains, the Russian mafia and
an unscrupulous scientist to rescue his dad. Along the way
he uncovers the family’s dark secret. One look at the
cover and it’s not likely giving anything away to say the
story includes werewolves. But not the European werewolves
you probably imagine. Luke and his dad are skin
walkers…shape changers. Is that a blessing or a curse?
You’ll need to read Wolf Mark to find out.
Patricia McClune, Conestoga Valley High School (Pennsylvania Young Reader's Choice Award nominee, 2014)
|SUBJECTS: Supernatural -- Fiction.
Spies -- Fiction.
Shapeshifting -- Fiction.
Indians of North America -- Fiction.
Fathers and sons -- Fiction.