Barnes, Jennifer Lynn Raised by Wolves, 418 p. Egmont, 2010. $17.99. Violence: PG-13 (a vicious beating, other fighting, mostly off page). Since she was rescued as a four-year-old, Bryn has lived as the lone human in a pack of werewolves. She has spent most of her life, kind of adhering to pack law, but jealously guarding her human self from the deeper bond of pack – until the day she breaks into her pack leader’s house and meets Chase, a human boy who was bit by a werewolf and survived. Bit? The only wolves she knows were all born that way. Now Bryn not only feels tied to Chase, but also suspects that there is much more to the mystery – something tied to her own parents’ murders all those years ago. Barnes’ skill as increased by leaps and bounds – this book, while about werewolves, is absolutely beautiful. Ever teen who finds it will read it from cover to cover. Even more than Shiver, this will promote an explosion of interest in the pack life. MS, HS – ESSENTIAL. Cindy, Library-Teacher.