I'm not much of an urban fantasy reader, even if I will admit to being addicted to trashy supernatural TV shows of that ilk. Still, having avoided Twilight, Laurel K. Hamilton, and most of that genre, I do enjoy novels in verse and if someone promises me that the book is bloody, complex, and full of antiheroes, then I am all in, werewolves or not.
To say too much would spoil it, except to say that Sharp Teeth is unexpected, elides genre conventions, is full of culture-critical senseless violence that makes all too much sense in context, and ends nowhere near how one might expect.
Just as any real reader could hope.
(Downloaded from B & N onto my Nook HD+ and read in ebook format)