Read Alaska (Wolfstate Chronicles) by Bella Johnson by Bella Johnson by Bella Johnson for free with a 30 day free trial. Read eBook on the web, iPad, iPhone. Read “Alaska (Wolfstate Chronicles)” by Bella Johnson with Rakuten Kobo. When Chloe Pryce’s final careless mistake lands her in Polar, Alaska, she is greeted. Chloe Pryce comes to Polar, Alaska with one thing in mind; get through the rest of her grad year and book it back out of the frozen, unpopulated town but her.

Author: Nat Kegal
Country: Chad
Language: English (Spanish)
Genre: Love
Published (Last): 11 February 2016
Pages: 297
PDF File Size: 4.18 Mb
ePub File Size: 19.27 Mb
ISBN: 464-3-63703-156-2
Downloads: 97680
Price: Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]
Uploader: Vurg

Goodreads helps wolfstaye keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Wolgstate — Alaska by Bella Johnson. Where Chloe is greeted by the town’s finest and fiercest boy; Grayson Holtz.

But Polar, Alaska has it’s own fair share of dark secrets and Chloe – well she’s about to get caught up in it all Published first published May 29th To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Alaskaplease sign up.

Lists with This Book. Apr 29, A. I was thoroughly annoyed by her character. Even though I have nothing to be sorry for. It just wasn’t my cup of tea. Cliche, but not really cliche, yeah right Amazing novel, I read it on Wattpad.

This book is full of love and all the obstacles involved in love. Set in the most amazing place, Alaska, it creates this atmosphere that the author uses and helps make this book fanatic. But you have to read to find out what I mean.

I recommending reading if you love; romance and, werewolves and chfonicles. Can’t wait for more from this fabulous author. I think this book is a really good book. I get drawn to it somehow, I have no idea how this is even possible. I’ve never been drawn to a book as much as I have to the Wolfstate Chronicle series.

Bella really shows good outcomes within the whole story. Many of my friends love this book as well, but I’m so attached to it that I can’t read another book. Apr 30, Lucy rated it did not like it. So, lets start at the beginning. I left a review on Amazon, and since then, I’ve read the rest of the book.

Alaska (Wolfstate Chronicles)

It took me hours to read it. And since then, I’ve felt that I should share chronickes with the entire community. This book is slaska good. But more of that later in the review. I read this book when Bella was writing on Wattpad. I liked it, it needed a BUNCH of editing, maybe some trimming with the characters–because let’s be honest, they’re annoying as crap–but I saw real potential in her story.

When she announced she was publishing, my reaction was sort’ve like this: Then, I bought it for 99 cents, because let’s be honest, the paperback is WAY to expensive, and I wanted to know if she’d invested enough into this book to actually deserve a place on my shelf.


I was glad that I did that before dropping twenty dollars–because let’s be honest, my reaction while I read this book, was slowly slipping to painful. I had to FORCE myself to read this stupid book, with the characters being flatter and more confusing than before. I don’t hate books very often. Sure, I get really angry because books don’t go the way they really should.

For one, the book was not edited. Like, large glaring error edited. Like the author only had her friends look over the book, and they didn’t know what the heck they were doing. Missing commas, missing quotation marks, more and more made me just want to rip my hair out. The dialogue was flat, the characters more so, and the story jumped around and was so boring, I went back to reading Twilight just so that I could read something exciting for a change.

I big issue was the content. I didn’t understand what the author was trying to do with her plot. It was all over the place, and didn’t make any sense. It jumped, a LOT and I wasn’t even sure that the author planned between her arcs. Just that she wanted to get there, even if it meant sacrificing her entire book to get there. They are as flat as the pages of her book. Grayson’s the biggest jackass of them all.

He’s abusive, borderline psychotic. Chloe is a naive girl who sits down and whines the entire book. Literally, I think that she is the definition of spoiled, and stupid. I haven’t hated a character more than House of Night, and at least I could get through the first cronicles second book of that.

Alawka chapter, when we’re introduced to Chloe, she’s described as having “iced-over” eyes. She’s cynical about her appearance, but can stop an entire room with her beauty. It’s abusive, it’s rushed, and it doesn’t make sense.

It’s the most uncomfortable thing to read in the entire book. There is no push pull feeling, there’s just tellingand that’s what the majority of this book is.

Never really allowing for the character’s actions to speak louder than their words. I don’t really know what to make of it, but I defiantly don’t like it. Don’t bother trying alaskq read about the secondary characters, they’re so flat, I’m sure that they’ve inverted themselves on the page.

It’s like someone took a bunch of random facts, stitched them together, and called them characters. Yeah, not a page turner. Looks like no secondary characters chronicpes save us from our misery of this book, this day, or any other day.

At least Twilight had wonderful side characters. Usually, there is structure, there is sense, there is a semblance that the author knows what they are doing. I could tell where the author had other scenes and cut them out, but didn’t bother xhronicles even alaksa the wound wolfstatw we the readers couldn’t even tell that it was there.

Just, I wish that she would’ve invested some sort of time and energy to look over her book before putting it out there. Don’t read this book unless you want to take out a red pen and actually figure out what the author was trying to do herself. Alaska was one of my favourite werewolf stories I’ve read in the last few years. It takes a different wolfdtate to the werewolf story and instead of the characters being perfect and together straight away, they deal with real teen problems and react like teenagers.


Bella has a great voice for teen fiction any fiction lol!

Join Kobo & start eReading today

It wasn’t woflstate believable and I never really got in tune with any of the characters, especially Chloe. I’ll probably read the next book since that’s where I’m from, Texas but I don’t know how on board I’ll be. We’ll see how it goes! Grammatical errors and typos make reading it difficult sometimes.

Smashwords – Alaska (Wolfstate Chronicles) – A book by Bella Johnson – page 1

Started reading it on Wattpad, and didn’t appreciate having to buy it to be able to finish it. May 06, Audrey rated it did wolfsgate like it. This book is awful, I’m not sorry for my opinion and I don’t want to offend anyone, but I thought that it was just crummy.

Apr 15, Kj Elizabeth rated it it chroniclee amazing. I read this back when it was first published on wattpad and I was SO excited when it was published into a real book.

This book is amazing! Absolutely loved this book! Very well written and the attention to detail is great! Aug 28, Deborah rated chrinicles really liked it.

Review originally posted on Hills of Books So yes slight spoiler but, this is a another werewolf book and yes it follows some of the very well known tropes which come along with the werewolf theme.

However, I have read my fare share of this kind of book and this one has somehow caught my attention. I normal rate a predictable ‘just-another-teenage-werewolf-romance’ around the three star mark, this kind of stories I find to be an enjoyable light read but Alaska has managed a 4 star rating as I t Review originally posted on Hills of Books So yes slight spoiler but, this is a another werewolf book and yes it follows some of the very well known tropes which come along with the werewolf theme.

I normal rate a predictable ‘just-another-teenage-werewolf-romance’ around the three star mark, this kind of stories I find to be an enjoyable light read but Alaska has managed a 4 star rating as I think this might be a story which stays in my memory slightly wolftsate than the others, it was by no means perfect but it just had a little bit I think the two main things that I liked about this laaska were; firstly we get an unique and challenging location, I find that I alasks many werewolf stories are set ‘ in a small town near a woods’ or ‘in the back streets of a city’, where the weather is constant with a were timely rain showers thrown in for effect.

But this book -if you hadn’t worked out!