Nessa Kurland is running for her life. High school junior Nessa Kurland is a cross-country runner with her eyes set on one thing: a college scholarship as her one-way ticket out of dying Tether, Michigan. When Nessa discovers a trapped wolf on a nighttime training run, she tries to free the animal but is badly bitten, seemingly ruining her hopes for a strong fall season. Instead, Nessa's freakishly quick recovery is followed by improved running times. All her senses are heightened. Nessa has transformed.
She has become a werewolf.
In her new state, Nessa learns there are things about Tether that powerful people want to keep hidden. Why does a Nobel Laureate work at the small-town medical clinic? Are top college athletic scouts really interested in her emerging talent? WEREGIRL's Nessa must navigate her junior year and true human darkness, while making peace with her new, wild nature.
C. D. Bell's WEREGIRL is a fast-paced teen thriller set in Tether, Michigan, a town on the brink of shutdown since it was stripped of its resources by corporate polluter Dutch Chemical.
PRAISE FOR WEREGIRL
Teen Vogue names WEREGIRL Must-Read YA Book of the Month.
"The story is part thriller, part fantasy, part sci-fi, and wholly captivating." —Goodreads Reviewer
"Weregirl is the YA novel you never knew you wanted—unlike any book you've read before." —Revelist
"For those tired of the typical supernatural YA novel, this book is your answer." —Jennifer Lutton, Bookseller
"A heart-gripping story of danger and magical transformation." —Eliot Schrefer, two-time National Book Award Finalist and author of Rescued
"I was completely hooked and flew through this book. The writing is incredible, especially when it gets to the action-packed scenes. It really picks up and I couldn't stop reading. I was desperate to find out what happens next!"—MyTrendingStories Blog
"I literally devoured [Weregirl] in one sitting." —Imogen Thompson, WanderedSouls Book Blog
"My faith in the paranormal genre was restored by this book and has easily become one of my favourites.” —Cody Benson, ChildishlyPassionate Book Blog