Hey! Here's mine (if reading about grumpy werewolf children trying to cope with life sounds remotely appealing to anyone). It's a coming-of-age story; we follow our protagonist from eight to seventeen years old. There are mysteries! There are secrets! There are teenagers being stupid!
All Hannah wants is the truth. Unfortunately, truth is hard to come by when you were unceremoniously bitten by a werewolf at just eight years old.
She would be happy enough to get on with her life – carefully sweeping a certain category of memories to the back of her mind – if everyone else would only let her. But they won't. There's special treatment and nosy questions and a terrible room in a hospital basement, and she is very much finished with all of it.
As Hannah grows older, a tapestry of secrets emerges, from the reason her family moved hundreds of miles away to the mysterious creature that just might be haunting her mother. Alongside her two best friends – Harry, quiet and anxious, and Topher, obsessed with revenge – she uncovers the mysteries that have plagued her life since the day of the bite.