Growl by Elaine Pierson


By Elaine Pierson

  • Release Date: 2013-05-03
  • Genre: Paranormal
Score: 4.5
From 104 Ratings
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Seventeen year old Lacey Hannigan knows that she's different from other people. Her ability to move things with her mind has made her an outcast, even in her own home. She hates the power that she has and wants nothing more than to be normal like everyone else. But when she is forced to run away from home or be sent to a hospital to be studied like some kind of science project, she has no choice but to rely on her telekinesis in order to survive on her own. She soon finds herself in more danger than she ever thought possible when she discovers that there are even stranger people than her in the world. Like Cole, a man with a deadly secret who has vowed to stop at nothing until he has her. And Jesse, who seems like the perfect man until she learns that he may not be who she thinks he is.

The unbelievable becomes reality when seemingly normal people shed their human skin for that of fur and prowl the streets at night looking for their next victim. Will Lacey's power be her saving grace or her doom?


  • Loved it

    By Fruitcake n Eggnog
    I really enjoyed this series! I thought all 3 books were amazingly written with in-depth characters and a great story line. I highly recommend this series to anyone who enjoys shape shifter / werewolf stories!
  • Great book!

    By -_- sexybexy
    This is an awesome book and very quickly becomes more exciting... The only thing is I want to read the second book but its not available on here so ill have to try some more sites but this book was amazing!
  • Growl

    By Mahnoor55555
    This book is amazing. A page-turner, surprises everywhere and a main character that's quite loveable. What are the main components? A love triangle, runaway teenager, mysterious powers, shape-shifters, and a cliff-hanger of an ending. Recommend it for a nice read and I would definitely buy the second book :)