Emilie’s Review of Abomination by S. Cu’Anam Policar


Abomination is the story of Katalina DarkLaw, a lupirian born into a corrupt pack who is forced into a life of pain and suffering. Accused of killing a beta wolf from her own pack, she is thrust into the harsh wilds of Xosha with a bounty on her head. She undergoes several horrific transformations at the hands of those who wish to make her their weapon, including that of a howler. Chaos seeks her at every turn as she evolves into a monster even she fears. When she meets Silver Von’Dyre and his merry band of misfits however, her life takes a turn for the better. Love and mateship await her in the arms of the foul-mouthed, witty alpha and she is given a gift she never expected – acceptance.

There were very few, if any, spelling and grammar mistakes and the story kept pace from beginning to end.

I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys fantasy and romance. While there are themes that some readers may find disturbing, the story itself is intended for mature readers above the age of 18.

Overall, I loved this book. The story is part of the miraculous Xosha books built in a world that is very well thought out and described in a way that I felt like I was seeing the sights from the characters’ eyes. True to S. Cu’Anam’s style, the characters are witty and relatable and humor is found around every corner. Her talent as an author continues to blossom wonderfully and her future as an author is insanely bright. I am eagerly anticipating her next release in this stunning storyline, ‘The Diamond Isles’.

I give Abomination 5 out of 5 pandas!

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