Beasts (Quickreads Series 4) by Janet Lorimer

By Janet Lorimer

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Are you talking about the monster? ” Debra nodded. “We do. He’s one of us, Ellie. But something went wrong during one of his changes. For some reason, he couldn’t complete it. Poor Luard got trapped between human form and wolf form. Being unable to go backward or forward has driven him mad. Now—” Her eyes filled with tears. Ellie was stunned. ” she asked. 29 “Luard needs treatment,” Debra said. ” Ellie stared at Debra in wonder. “What? ” she asked in amazement. Debra shook her head. “Oh, we couldn’t do that, Ellie.

He motioned to several others. ” Debra tried to lead Ellie toward the edge of the crowd, but Ellie fought back. “No! You must tell me what that creature is,” she demanded. ” “Of course, Ellie. We’ll explain everything,” Debra promised. ” Ellie frowned. “Luard? Are you talking about the monster? ” Debra nodded. “We do. He’s one of us, Ellie. But something went wrong during one of his changes. For some reason, he couldn’t complete it. Poor Luard got trapped between human form and wolf form. Being unable to go backward or forward has driven him mad.

I know you’ve heard stories about werewolves. They’re shapechangers, too—humans who can turn 30 themselves into wolves. ” “I—I thought those stories were all made up,” Ellie sputtered. Debra smiled. “Most all people have an animal inside, Ellie. Just think about how we describe each other: As timid as a mouse. As brave as a lion. As stubborn as a mule . ” Ellie was shocked. ” she said. ” “The name Ulric means ‘wolf,’” Debra explained. “Yes, he’s a shapechanger—but, like many others, he chooses to live in the city.

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