Book Reviews & Media

Lesley Jones

I thoroughly enjoyed this fast-paced, nail-biting tale of legend, mystery and sorcery. The characters were all superbly realistic and unique. The main character, Colton, is very likeable; the story line shows his weaknesses as well as his strengths, and the fact that he has feelings for Dylan makes for a very interesting dynamic to the relationship between the characters.

Liz Konkel

The Werewolf on Lowre Few Lane is a delightful and magical read about friendship and family, with werewolves and magic coins, ice spiders and snow wolves, all obstacles Colton and his friends face in this dazzling adventure.

Lit Amri

The Werewolf on Lowre Few Lane by Bryce Bentley-Tales gives the classic werewolf theme a fantastical urban spin set in Ireland… The adorable Colton is easy to relate to and has good character-building moments. I’m also quite fond of Thomas, who mostly brings well-timed humor even in tense situations.

Heather Ames

A quick, fun and interesting read, “The Werewolf on Lowre Few Lane” has werewolves, a haunted house, friendship and love all crammed into one well written and beautifully crafted story.

Mandie Stevens

The Werewolf on Lowre Few Lane was a fast paced book and kept me hooked. The story is told from Colton’s POV and I enjoyed watching him grow as a character. Dylan, Jade, and Thomas were all great characters that played important parts in the story.

I really hope there are more books in this series, I enjoyed the magic and the world the author built. This book is perfect for my young teenage daughter!