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  • By Alyce Dunstan
    Dec 14, 2015
    Not your typical young adult supernatural fiction; it's better! "The Way Out is Through" has a likable, diverse cast of characters with impressively natural dialogue. You'll be constantly surprised by the story's twists and turns, and keep on guessing till the very end. In amongst the mystery and danger, we see the common werewolf approach thrown out the window - become invested in the characters' lives and relationships as the pack learns how to be a family. If you like stories about werewolves, you will love this first installment in "The Sum of its Parts". The physical paperback is an excellently made product with lovely thick paper, and well worth the fair and reasonable cost if you are a collector of books. Otherwise the eBook is available in lots of formats. I highly recommend you support this independent publication.
  • By Harriet Allen
    Dec 10, 2015
    I originally read this story on the author's Tumblr, and was part of the audience silently yearning for a hardcopy. I love that this is a werewolf story, which places the focus on relationships and building something good and true, rather than your typical werewolf hierarchy riddled with violence. I have read it so many times over the years, and I feel no shame in the fact that I've read it again (TWICE!) since receiving my own hardcopy. Nancy Drew with werewolves. much better than Nancy Drew. I can't wait for the sequel.
  • By Kylie Jefferis
    Dec 9, 2015
    In The Way Out is Through, E.M. Holloway takes everything we know about werewolves, and tosses it out the window. This supernatural murder-mystery not only takes turn after unexpected turn, but it also provides us with characters like Puck Schneider, dorky teenager with mother-hen issues, and Jason Castillo, his chubby latino best friend whose kindness and loyalty are unrivalled. Holloway’s characters address real world issues like transphobia, homophobia, and mental health in a way that feels natural and organic while they deal with murder, werewolves, and high school. In this novel, werewolves aren’t always terrifying monsters, and the humans aren’t always the heroes. Holloway discards the notion that werewolves are solitary hunters, and instead places them in fiercely loyal family units--just like real wolves. In The Way Out is Through, “a pack is greater than the sum of its parts,” and that’s just the way we like it.
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Product Details

November 5, 2015
Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink
Black & white
0.76 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
6 wide x 9 tall
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