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Book Review: Brothersong by T.J. Klune

By David T. Valentin


Book Four of the Green Creek series

By T.J. Klune

Narrated by Kirt Graves

Fantasy Romance


In an epic battle between werewolves, witches and hunters, it all comes to a conclusion in T.J. Klune’s Brothersong, featuring the eldest son of the Bennett pack, Carter Bennett. After the events of Ravensong, Carter pursues his mate, Gavin Livingstone, the half-brother of Gordo Livingstone and son to the dark witch now turned alpha werewolf, Robert Livingstone. And it doesn’t disappoint. Packed with angsty romance, blockbuster like action, perfectly timed comedic jokes, and a cast of characters you’re guaranteed to fall in love with, Klune brings the Green Creek series to a fitting end.

If you had told me the only straight son of Thomas and Elizabeth Bennett, Carter Bennett, would get an entire POV book when I had started this series way back at Wolfsong, I would’ve groaned considering I got into the series because... well, sexy gay werewolves. But with the unexpected twist of Carter’s mate being not only a man, but the long lost second son of Robert Livingston, I was hooked from beginning to end.

I’ll admit, this book was lengthy when it came to long-winded character monologues, and in any other circumstance it would have come off rather obnoxious instead of endearing. But given Carter is away from his family for a year, with the potential to go omega yet again, Klune plays catch up by plucking the emotional threads by exploring the relationship between every single character and bringing to the forefront what makes the Green Creek series shine—an adorable found family that any reader can easily fall in love with and feel at home with.


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