The Millennium Wolves by Sapir A. Englard (Review) + "Reading Apps"

After reading so many book last year, somehow on Facebook, I started getting reading applications advertised. One of which was Galatea, where I found this book. Of course, I read the first chapter and then got trapped. I would not recommend it in the slightest. The suck you in, bait you in with an engaging introduction and then you have to wait hours and hours for each chapter to be released. I can't tell you how long it has taken me to read this book and it is not worth it. I repeat, IT IS NOT WORTH IT. I would much prefer if I could just buy this on Amazon as a singular book. It's frustrating that I can't. 

The Millennium Wolves is an 8 book series by Sapir A. Englard and I sadly only got to book 7 before the app crashed and deleted all my progress, meaning I had to start again, which wasn't going to happen so I have officially been left on a complete and utter cliff-hanger, in the midst of chaos, much to my disappointment. 

"Sienna is a nineteen-year-old werewolf with a secret: she's a virgin. The only virgin in the pack. She's dead set on making it through this year's Haze without giving into her primal urges -- but when she meets Aiden, the alpha, she forgets all about her self-control."

Whilst 8 books seems like a lot, I would say they are much shorter than normal books, and I would describe them more as novellas instead. Once the chapters are available, I would say each book takes a week to read, with an hour spent each night. 

The first book starts out as a dreamy love story. The characters are well written and developed initially. It makes the book very addictive. It won't go down as the most well written book in history, in fact it is quite basic, but nevertheless, it's great story and an easy-going, relaxed read. As the books continue, more and more characters are introduced and they aren't quite as well developed. The last couple made me quite lost, as narrator perspective starts to change more frequently and left me quite confused. 

I agree with a lot of the reviews saying that the sex scenes are overdone, repetitive and lack creativity. What I would say is that they become less and less frequent, and as the books continue there are a lot of unexpected turns of events and surprises. 

Overall, I would recommend the book if you could buy it as normal but it is defintely not worth reading it through the app. Have you read books on apps like these?