book reviews

Saying goodbye to Green Creek

Brothersong By TJ Klune is the last installment of the Green Creek Saga. It was time to say good bye to the Bennett pack, to tie up those loose ends, and to answer all the questions that have been building since Wolfsong. This installment was also the love story of Carter Bennett and Gavin Walsh, and I have to say that it is easily the best book in the series to me. TJ did not disappoint with his ability to create characters that stay with you long after the book is done. Add in the genius narration of one, Kirt Graves, and it is quite frankly a marriage made in book heaven.

It isn’t easy to talk about this book without spoiling it so i’m going to be vague. Brothersong begins where Heartsong left off, and almost immediately we’re thrust into Carter’s wants, his desires, his fears and his memories. I truly felt like i was visiting an old friend as I read through his trials and tribulations. I cheered when he found what he was looking for, and when we the readers got to meet Gavin, it was like we always knew him. Watching these two stumble into a relationship was exhilarating. Watching them fight alongside their pack was thrilling and heartbreaking all at the same time. Brothersong is the story of fathers, brothers, friends and lovers. It’s the story of Pack, Pack, Pack, and its about love, family and great sacrifice. It was a fitting end to the Green Creek world. It will make you laugh, it will make you cry. You will cheer and you will scream. Tissues are a must, and by the end of it you’ll want to hug the nearest person and never let them go.

Thank you TJ for this wonderful narrative about the lives and loves of our dear Bennett Pack. Thank you for your unapologetic characters, and for showing that it is okay to be who you are, and for reminding the world that found family can be an amazing thing. Thank you Kirt Graves for bringing these characters to life, and Thank you to Green Creek and the Bennetts for your song that will always be heard

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