Tell the Wolves I'm Home
A Teenage Girl's Story of Loss and Unexpected Love
My Most Memorable Part of the Story:
The part of this book that I found most memorable was when June went to meet Toby at the train station. I was surprised by this because at first June seemed to be a very obedient girl, and meeting Toby was a risky thing to do. June took a leap of faith in meeting him, because the only thing June knew about Toby was that he supposedly killed her uncle. Toby is very mysterious, distrusted, and even dangerous in the beginning, so I was thoroughly surprised that June met with him as he had requested.