Philip Begho’s Wolf Girl!

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Wolf Girl?..hmm the first thought that pops up in your mind is…could it be a movie?, the lead character being a female?. Well that’s possible with movies such as; Werewolf of London (1935), The Curse of the werewolf (1961), An American Werewolf in London(1981), Werewolf (96), An American werewolf in Paris( 97), The Wolfman (2010), Werewolf: the beast amongst us (2012), having given folks the clear picture about wolfs and humans. Remember the transformation and attack on victims scenes… eerie.. that is if you don’t have the b…s to watch horror genre based movies.

On the contrary, Wolf Girl,is not a film but a teen based story authored by Philip Begho. It tells the story of 14-year-old Sola who seeks the aid of a classmate called Wolf Girl in order to stem the unpleasant overtures of a bunch of girls. It’s hard to tell who’s the friend and who’s the foe between both parties (wolf girl and the bunch of girls)… but she’s got to make the right decision or fall headlong in challenges that she never fathomed could spring up.

Philip Begho is an award-winning author with over a hundred published books to his credit. He has worked as a journalist, a lawyer, a banker and a university lecturer. Over seventy of his books are for children. Some of his works include but not limited to:
* The Nepa Statue
* Out of the snake
* The Rubbishians
* Polio katakata
* Jelly baby
* Crab story
* The young amazons and the virgin sacrifice
* Grand treachery
* Aunty Felicia

Hmm.. what do you think about wolf girl?…

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