Brothersong by TJ Klune
Green Creek #4
BOATK Books | October 13, 2020
About the Book:
In the ruins of Caswell, Maine, Carter Bennett learned the truth of what had been right in front of him the entire time. And then it—he—was gone.
Desperate for answers, Carter takes to the road, leaving family and the safety of his pack behind, all in the name of a man he only knows as a feral wolf. But therein lies the danger: wolves are pack animals, and the longer Carter is on his own, the more his mind slips toward the endless void of Omega insanity.
But he pushes on, following the trail left by Gavin.
Gavin, the son of Robert Livingstone. The half-brother of Gordo Livingstone.
What Carter finds will change the course of the wolves forever. Because Gavin’s history with the Bennett pack goes back further than anyone knows, a secret kept hidden by Carter’s father, Thomas Bennett.
And with this knowledge comes a price: the sins of the fathers now rest upon the shoulders of their sons.
There’s nothing better, and nothing worse, than reading the final book in a series that’s captivated me for years.
Wolfsong was the second book I’d ever read by TJ Klune. It’s special to me. It also gave me one of my favorite characters, Oxnard Matheson. And today, I had to say goodbye to the wolves and humans of Green Creek.
I’m not going to make this a long review. I want to be careful I don’t give away any spoilers. I know how much we’ve all waited for this one, so instead I’m going to tell you it was every thing I wanted it to be. The story came around beautifully.
I loved being inside Carter’s head. Ox will always be my favorite, but Carter has become a close second. Just like with Ox and Joe, I fell in love with the opposite’s attraction between Carter and Gavin. You’re all going to love Gavin too. Just as much as I did. He’s a surprise, but yet somehow also perfectly as he should be, both in Carter’s mate, and in Gordo’s brother. TJ does relationships so well, every time, and not just romantic relationships, but also in familial. No connections were ignored or dropped. It wasn’t only a romantic love story. It was a love story between family too. Pack.
I don’t really know what else to say.
I’m sad, but I’m also happy.