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Ruising around in a bloodcolored Mustang takes on the Wolves after they rob his grandmother He decides to beat them by joining them to learn their weaknesses After a while however he fi. I feel bad rating this as low as I did because it is a very good book but I just don t think it s up to Mr Shusterman s usual standard I know I know That s not really fair but it s true I did like the book I m a sucker for retellings and making Red a boy was fabulous And the ending Hold the presses folks because it was creepy The problem wasn t that the book was bad and there were plenty of awesome elements here I just had trouble getting into it than I normally do By the end I was turning pages as fast as I possibly could though so that s something I m giving it a solid 3 12 stars but rounding down because I don t think it s up to the author s usual glorious standards Still deliciously creepy though with plenty of tragedy and triumph I m looking forward to the next in the seriesContent Advisory creatures of the night violence death discussions of gangs and urban violence

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Nds himself drawn to the pack At the next full moon will Red take up their murderous ways or will he take them down Ingenious twists and turns come fast and furious in this urban thrill. I love these re tellings The first one was about Medusa and this one obviously is Little Red Riding Hood Only Red is a boy Loved the wolves and the vampires too Great book

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In this second entry in Neal Shusterman's Dark Fusion series he twists the familiar fairy tale Red Riding Hood into a brooding story about a city plagued by gangs Red a boy famous for c. This was a good second novel in the Dark Fusion trilogy but sadly I didn t like it as much as Dreadlocks Maybe because I couldn t connect with Red or gang warfare has never really interested me though I love the fact that it s a gang of werewolves vs an all female gang of vampires or maybe it seemed a little rushed I don t know It was still good and if others are reading this trilogy I do recommend picking it up even though it doesn t connect with DreadlocksHere s what I did like Red s dilemma over who s side to be on especially when power and freedom are involved Shusterman s signature writing and the ending Holy shit that ending was AMAZING It s also super short so it s not like it ll take long to finish itNot as good as the first but still enjoyable now I m off to read the final book


10 thoughts on “Red Rider's Hood

  1. says:

    Red Rider's Hood is not your ordinary Red Riding Hood parodySure there is a Red Riding Hood there is a grandma there is a big bad wolf but there's a twistRed Rider is a boy Gasp gasp gasp I adored thatHe is called Red Rider

  2. says:

    This was a good second novel in the Dark Fusion trilogy but sadly I didn't like it as much as Dreadlocks Maybe because I couldn't connect with Red or gang warfare has never really interested me though I love the fact that it's a gang of werewolves vs an all female gang of vampires or maybe it seemed a little rushed I don't know It was still good and if others are reading this trilogy I do recommend picking it up even though it

  3. says:

    I was surprised that this was not Shusterman's usual high uality writing Dread Locks was much better and I am hoping Duckling Ugly is like his style Red Rider's Hood felt a bit juvenile and the characters lacked development

  4. says:

    'Which side are you on?''II''The truth''II don't know' I told her 'I don't know which side I'm on' I had no choice but to admit it nowRed is a high school teen growing up in an urban area plagued by the Wolves a local street gang On his way to his grandmother's house with a bag full of bread money Red unexpectedly runs into Marvi

  5. says:

    I like Neil Shutterman as an author Sof far I have found all his books to be fun interesting and thought provoking While I have also read some of his comedic works I find that he seems to Excell at books that have some darker roots Red Rider's Hood is definately one of those dark books It takes the story of little red riding hood and changes it into something completely different with a guy as the main characte

  6. says:

    I feel bad rating this as low as I did because it is a very good book but I just don't think it's up to Mr Shusterman's usual standard I know I know That's not really fair but it's true I did like the book I'm a sucker for retellings and making Red a boy was fabulous And the ending? Hold the presses folks because it was creepy The problem wasn't that the book was bad and there were plenty of awesome elements here I just had trouble gettin

  7. says:

    I like the twist that Shusterman give to the Red Riding Hood tale

  8. says:

    I love these re tellings The first one was about Medusa and this one obviously is Little Red Riding Hood Only Red is a boy Loved the wolves and the vampires too Great book

  9. says:

    25? Rounding down because compared to the others in the series this one was a bit of a let down This story was much forward than the others and

  10. says:

    it was a good book

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